Labor finally unveils its primary care policy

A permanently funded commission would use the failure of Health Care Homes to guide future reforms, says Catherine King
Catherine King
Shadow health minister Catherine King.

Labor has finally unveiled its long-awaited plan to fix primary care: by establishing a health reform commission.

In a speech to the National Press Club on Wednesday, shadow health minister Catherine King said primary care reform would be a top priority of a Labor government, along with boosting funding for public hospital outpatient clinics.