AIR+02 Dec 2020

Australian health insurers putting themselves out of business

| 02 Dec 2020

Australia's private health insurers are at risk of declining profitability, especially those who lack scale or access to capital. More importantly, since 2010, the average premium is now over 70% higher, while average wages for an Australian citizen have only gone up 32%.

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