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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 8 Hansard (7 August) . . Page.. 3139..


2000-1

$10,068,000

2001-2

$10,453,000

2002-3

$12,776,000

2003-4

$14,776,000

2004-5

$17,398,000

2005-6

$18,629,000

2006-7

$20,105,000

2007-8

$20,835,000

(b) ACT Pathology spent the following on consulting fees:

2003-4

$0

2004-5

$1,000

2005-6

$6,000

2006-7

$4,000

2007-8

$5,000

2001 to 2003 data is not available as it has been archived.

(5) ACT Pathology provided the follow numbers of Occasions of Service:

2000-1

265651

2001-2

282913

2002-3

329800

2003-4

372913

2004-5

428810

2005-6

420475

2006-7

426723

2007-8

445380

The number of tests per occasion of service ranges for 1 to 12. ACT Health have advised that to break this down into categories would require an inordinate amount of work especially given that the question fails to define "categories".

(6) The appropriations made to ACT Pathology are as follows:

2000-1

$13,964,000

2001-2

$15,215,000

2002-3

$18,164,000

2003-4

$21,123,000

2004-5

$20,831,000

2005-6

$24,063,000

2006-7

$25,863,000

2007-8

$27,107,000

ACT Pathology

(Question No 2099)

Mr Mulcahy asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 25 June 2008:

(1) What safeguards are in place to ensure that ACT Pathology complies with ACT privacy law in dealing with patient information;


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