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Is NZ's health care system good enough?

Last updated 16:00 03/06/2014
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HEALTH HELP: What needs to change in New Zealand's health system?

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How do you rate New Zealand's health care system?

Health is the second-most important election issue for voters, according to a recent poll, so we want your views on our system, and what you think needs to change.

Have your experiences in dealing with New Zealand health professionals and hospitals been positive or negative?

This year's Budget included $1.8 billion extra funding over four years to meet health cost pressures and fund initiatives, and $90 million for free GP visits and prescriptions for under-13s.

What are the gaps in our health-care system and where does the money need to be spent?

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