Rachel David

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Rachel David said : "When it's used off label there must be patient consent," External link

qt Tuesday, February 11, 2020 1:05:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

theage Friday, December 27, 2019 2:22:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

watoday Friday, December 27, 2019 2:13:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

smh Friday, December 27, 2019 2:08:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, December 27, 2019 2:06:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

theage Wednesday, December 11, 2019 3:00:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

watoday Wednesday, December 11, 2019 2:59:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

smh Wednesday, December 11, 2019 2:16:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, December 11, 2019 1:12:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

smh Tuesday, December 3, 2019 2:13:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, December 3, 2019 2:01:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

watoday Tuesday, December 3, 2019 1:25:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

theage Tuesday, December 3, 2019 1:08:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

smh Friday, November 29, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

theage Friday, November 29, 2019 4:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

watoday Friday, November 29, 2019 4:29:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 29, 2019 4:11:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, November 19, 2019 3:19:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

smh Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

theage Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:46:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

watoday Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:38:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

theage Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:53:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:52:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

smh Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:24:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

watoday Wednesday, September 25, 2019 10:38:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Monday, August 26, 2019 9:46:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, August 21, 2019 6:12:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

watoday Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

theage Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:22:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

smh Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:19:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Tuesday, August 20, 2019 11:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Tuesday, August 20, 2019 5:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

smh Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:59:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:43:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

watoday Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:39:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

theage Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:24:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

brisbanetimes Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:42:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

smh Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

theage Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

watoday Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:26:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "We know people are not willing to pay much more in premiums than they currently are doing," External link

abc-au Tuesday, July 16, 2019 5:25:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "We know people are not willing to pay much more in premiums than they currently are doing," External link

abc-au Monday, July 15, 2019 5:40:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "In hindsight, it would have been more useful to take a more detailed approach to what went on the list and have a more detailed review of evidence, particularly for yoga, Pilates and tai chi," External link

abc-au Friday, March 29, 2019 11:10:00 PM EAT

Rachel David tells : “I didn’t plan on becoming an actor. It just happened by accident,” External link

newindianexpress Thursday, January 24, 2019 10:15:00 AM EAT

Rachel David says : “I didn’t feel like a newcomer on set. Pranav was so comfortable to work with. He comes off as this shy and reserved person but once you get to know him well, you’ll see that he is very outgoing. He is willing to step out of his comfort zone for his character. In this film, he does a lot of things dancing, surfing, stunts and it surprised all of us. Once he puts his mind to something, he goes about achieving it,” External link

newindianexpress Thursday, January 24, 2019 10:15:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "More than 13 million Australians rely on private health insurance for security and peace of mind, so they can access health care when and where they need it," External link

radioaustralianews Thursday, February 23, 2017 5:37:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "More than 13 million Australians rely on private health insurance for security and peace of mind, so they can access health care when and where they need it," External link

abc-au Thursday, February 23, 2017 5:02:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "To be able to sustain a private health insurance market, you need a good spread of risks," "If one particular age group drops out disproportionately, it does become very difficult" External link

9news Monday, January 16, 2017 10:11:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The industry has committed to addressing this by working on common clinical terminology to define products with exclusions, improved transparency to consumers and better mechanisms to help consumers navigate the private health system," "The industry is aware the private health system and its rules can be confusing, which is why we are working with the federal government on improving transparency in the sector" External link

smh Monday, November 7, 2016 10:24:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The industry has committed to addressing this by working on common clinical terminology to define products with exclusions, improved transparency to consumers and better mechanisms to help consumers navigate the private health system," "The industry is aware the private health system and its rules can be confusing, which is why we are working with the federal government on improving transparency in the sector" External link

brisbanetimes Saturday, November 5, 2016 11:59:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "That's one of the main reasons why we're urging the Government to make this change, because we will pass on any savings made by funds from prosthesis reforms into a reduction on the premium increase," External link

abc-au Monday, August 22, 2016 12:04:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "That's one of the main reasons why we're urging the Government to make this change, because we will pass on any savings made by funds from prosthesis reforms into a reduction on the premium increase," External link

abc-au Monday, August 22, 2016 5:32:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "Health funds are consistently paying out the highest percentage of the premium back to customers of all insurance types – an average of 86¢ in the dollar. This compares with 67¢ for property insurance and 62¢ for general insurance," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, August 18, 2016 12:09:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Health funds are consistently paying out the highest percentage of the premium back to customers of all insurance types – an average of 86¢ in the dollar. This compares with 67¢ for property insurance and 62¢ for general insurance," External link

smh Thursday, August 18, 2016 11:28:00 AM EAT



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Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

smh Friday, November 29, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

theage Friday, November 29, 2019 4:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

watoday Friday, November 29, 2019 4:29:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 29, 2019 4:11:00 PM EAT

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Rachel David

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Rachel David said : "When it's used off label there must be patient consent," External link

qt Tuesday, February 11, 2020 1:05:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

theage Friday, December 27, 2019 2:22:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

watoday Friday, December 27, 2019 2:13:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

smh Friday, December 27, 2019 2:08:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Our perspective is 'don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good'," "You have to start somewhere with this, it's not going to be perfect but it's going to be added to" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, December 27, 2019 2:06:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

theage Wednesday, December 11, 2019 3:00:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

watoday Wednesday, December 11, 2019 2:59:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

smh Wednesday, December 11, 2019 2:16:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's important for the sake of the patient coming in that they get the treatment they are entitled to, and that they've paid for," External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, December 11, 2019 1:12:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

smh Tuesday, December 3, 2019 2:13:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, December 3, 2019 2:01:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

watoday Tuesday, December 3, 2019 1:25:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "It's something the health funds were prepared to invest in, even though it did come at a risk, because it's such a key part of our value proposition to young people," "For women aged 30 and under, a mental health hospital admission is the most likely reason they claim on their health cover after overtaking obstetrics ... For men, it's the second-highest reason behind sporting injuries and accidents" External link

theage Tuesday, December 3, 2019 1:08:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

smh Friday, November 29, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

theage Friday, November 29, 2019 4:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

watoday Friday, November 29, 2019 4:29:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 29, 2019 4:11:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, November 19, 2019 3:19:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

smh Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

theage Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:46:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Unfortunately for consumers, the $250 million savings promised as part of the government's agreement with multinational medical device companies did not eventuate over the past year," External link

watoday Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:38:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

theage Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:53:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:52:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

smh Wednesday, September 25, 2019 11:24:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The hospitals clearly think they'll still make money even if they are only getting $432," "Obviously the $432 is worth too much to them for them to risk losing it ... This is underscoring to me that NSW public hospitals, even in spite of the changes, want to hang onto the private patients and not have them go into the private hospitals that compete with them" External link

watoday Wednesday, September 25, 2019 10:38:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Monday, August 26, 2019 9:46:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, August 21, 2019 6:12:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

watoday Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

theage Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:22:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Inflated prices for established medical technologies must come down in line with the rest of the world if the private health sector in Australia is to continue its excellent track record in funding innovation," "One of the most commonly used implants, cardiac stents, are five times the price in Australia as they are in New Zealand" External link

smh Wednesday, August 21, 2019 5:19:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Tuesday, August 20, 2019 11:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Of course it's concerning, we know people are finding it hard to cover the cost of the premiums, and private health is perceived as expensive," External link

abc-au Tuesday, August 20, 2019 5:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

smh Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:59:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:43:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

watoday Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:39:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "There are some people being treated in hospital for things like [post-surgery] rehabilitation when they would be better off being treated in the home or in a day facility," "We're looking at that as a way to bring premiums down, to make sure patients are appropriately triaged" External link

theage Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:24:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

brisbanetimes Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:42:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

smh Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:39:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

theage Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:28:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Premium capping will not address the underlying issues and just kicks the can down the road," External link

watoday Sunday, July 21, 2019 5:26:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "We know people are not willing to pay much more in premiums than they currently are doing," External link

abc-au Tuesday, July 16, 2019 5:25:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "We know people are not willing to pay much more in premiums than they currently are doing," External link

abc-au Monday, July 15, 2019 5:40:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "In hindsight, it would have been more useful to take a more detailed approach to what went on the list and have a more detailed review of evidence, particularly for yoga, Pilates and tai chi," External link

abc-au Friday, March 29, 2019 11:10:00 PM EAT

Rachel David tells : “I didn’t plan on becoming an actor. It just happened by accident,” External link

newindianexpress Thursday, January 24, 2019 10:15:00 AM EAT

Rachel David says : “I didn’t feel like a newcomer on set. Pranav was so comfortable to work with. He comes off as this shy and reserved person but once you get to know him well, you’ll see that he is very outgoing. He is willing to step out of his comfort zone for his character. In this film, he does a lot of things dancing, surfing, stunts and it surprised all of us. Once he puts his mind to something, he goes about achieving it,” External link

newindianexpress Thursday, January 24, 2019 10:15:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "More than 13 million Australians rely on private health insurance for security and peace of mind, so they can access health care when and where they need it," External link

radioaustralianews Thursday, February 23, 2017 5:37:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "More than 13 million Australians rely on private health insurance for security and peace of mind, so they can access health care when and where they need it," External link

abc-au Thursday, February 23, 2017 5:02:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "To be able to sustain a private health insurance market, you need a good spread of risks," "If one particular age group drops out disproportionately, it does become very difficult" External link

9news Monday, January 16, 2017 10:11:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The industry has committed to addressing this by working on common clinical terminology to define products with exclusions, improved transparency to consumers and better mechanisms to help consumers navigate the private health system," "The industry is aware the private health system and its rules can be confusing, which is why we are working with the federal government on improving transparency in the sector" External link

smh Monday, November 7, 2016 10:24:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "The industry has committed to addressing this by working on common clinical terminology to define products with exclusions, improved transparency to consumers and better mechanisms to help consumers navigate the private health system," "The industry is aware the private health system and its rules can be confusing, which is why we are working with the federal government on improving transparency in the sector" External link

brisbanetimes Saturday, November 5, 2016 11:59:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "That's one of the main reasons why we're urging the Government to make this change, because we will pass on any savings made by funds from prosthesis reforms into a reduction on the premium increase," External link

abc-au Monday, August 22, 2016 12:04:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "That's one of the main reasons why we're urging the Government to make this change, because we will pass on any savings made by funds from prosthesis reforms into a reduction on the premium increase," External link

abc-au Monday, August 22, 2016 5:32:00 AM EAT

Rachel David said : "Health funds are consistently paying out the highest percentage of the premium back to customers of all insurance types – an average of 86¢ in the dollar. This compares with 67¢ for property insurance and 62¢ for general insurance," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, August 18, 2016 12:09:00 PM EAT

Rachel David said : "Health funds are consistently paying out the highest percentage of the premium back to customers of all insurance types – an average of 86¢ in the dollar. This compares with 67¢ for property insurance and 62¢ for general insurance," External link

smh Thursday, August 18, 2016 11:28:00 AM EAT



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Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

smh Friday, November 29, 2019 4:55:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

theage Friday, November 29, 2019 4:33:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

watoday Friday, November 29, 2019 4:29:00 PM EAT

Rachel David says ( about Rachel David ) : “The government policy of having a significant part of the Australian population in private health, to take the pressure off the public system, starts to unravel," says Savvides. "If that gets out of balance you end up with a very expensive public system with long queues and pretty unhappy customers". The rate of hospital insurance coverage has dropped from 47.3 per cent of the population to 44.1 per cent over the past five years, according to the latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. And the amount funds have to pay out in benefits is rising faster than their premium revenue from members (3.6 per cent versus 2.6 per cent for the year to September) according to APRA, which has raised concerns about funds' financial stability. Rachel David, from health insurance lobby group Private Healthcare Australia, says the challenges the private system faces are real but "absolutely fixable". "And it’s essential that we do fix them because without the people who are able to afford it paying something, our health system is not sustainable,” External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 29, 2019 4:11:00 PM EAT