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ID 20378
  Title Paradigm shift – The two models
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Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2008 Dec;38(4):135-137
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Abstract/Notes FuThe projected costs of trends expected to occur in Australian society over the next 40 years, particularly demographic changes, have the potential to threaten the fiscal sustainability of Australian Government finances. These costs particularly relate to the financing of health care, and the Government has called for new models of care to address this problem. This paper presents and discusses some historical models or paradigms of health care that may assist in understanding the current need for change and a possible solution.

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