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    Default Pregnancy Management Fee- Medicare Refund..

    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Personally I'm glad it's got a cap on it, you choose to go private don't expect tax payers to pay for it.
    Don't mean to state the obvious but isn't going public mean that tax payers pay for the whole pregnancy ?

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    Default Pregnancy Management Fee- Medicare Refund..

    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    Don't mean to state the obvious but isn't going public mean that tax payers pay for the whole pregnancy ?
    That's gold!!
    Yes the rebate I think is 10% , my Ob charged $4500 and I got $450 back and I'd pay that 1000 times over as he was worth every cent !
    It's funny DH and I were talking about this the other day, we think $4500 is cheap to deliver a baby into the world, we charge people $12,000 plus just to sell their houses!

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    Default Pregnancy Management Fee- Medicare Refund..

    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    Don't mean to state the obvious but isn't going public mean that tax payers pay for the whole pregnancy ?
    yep!

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    Default Pregnancy Management Fee- Medicare Refund..

    My management fee was $2750 and I got $485 back


 

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