Introducing Competition and Informed User Choice into Human Services – Productivity Commission Preliminary Findings Report

High-quality human services, such as health and education, underpin economic and social participation. Access to high-quality human services contributes to the wellbeing of individuals and the welfare of the community as a whole. Community welfare is enhanced by the social cohesion and equity benefits of people having access to a minimum level of human services, regardless of their means or circumstances.

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