The Australian public spend roughly $28 billion per year on their health, which includes $3 billion on hospitals, $5.5 billion on dental care and $11 billion on medication. Health insurance across the country reaches $21 billion each year and amongst the wealthy countries, we have the third highest reliance on medical products.
Knowing these details, how much are you paying for your health? Is this a problem that you can rectify or is your health insurance and its costs providing good value for money? We look at the costs of health care and the amount of money being wasted every year on un-proven, un-tested products.