Economics and ethics: Preventative health

featuring Richard Denniss

Should Australians spend more on preventative medicine or should they address the shortages in acute care the system faces today?

Were the hundreds of millions of dollars spent buying vaccines for bird flu a waste of money or a modest precaution?

In the second instalment of Richard’s ‘Economics and Ethics’ chat with ABC666, he discusses the role of economics in decisions about healthcare are dissected.

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