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PPP Lifetime Care calls for early resolution to care debate

PPP Lifetime Care is calling on the Government to set out a clear timetable for long term care policy following the Royal Commission report.


Managing Director Barbara Reilly says:”We encourage the Government to establish a timetable on how they intend to progress the recommendations as soon as possible.”


The health insurer has welcomed the Commission report saying that it looks forward to developing insurance based solutions to help people meet the costs not covered by Government.

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