Freeze means $109,000 hit for full-time GPs

The Medicare freeze will have cost the average full-time GP $109,000 in income by the time indexation returns in June 2020.

And even after that, the lost years of indexation will mean an ongoing annual hit of about $40,000 compared with an imaginary world where the freeze had never been brought in, a new analysis from the University of Sydney's doomed Family Medicine Research Centre estimates.