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The ‘Detailed flows’ figure shows diagrams on health spending flows in constant prices from sources of funds such as Australian Government, state and territory governments, Individuals, Health insurance funds and Other non-government into areas of expenditure: Public hospital services, Private hospitals, Unreferred medical services, Dental services, Other health practitioners, Community health and other, Public health, Benefit-paid pharmaceuticals, All other medications, Referred medical services, Patient transport services, Aids and appliances, Administration, Research and Capital expenditure. The diagrams cover the period from 1985–96 to 2019–20.
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