TASMANIA’S hospitals, education system and aged care services are too expensive, and painful decisions are needed to keep the state’s essential services viable, one of the nation’s leading economists says.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch economist Saul Eslake said Tasmania’s hospital and education services cost more per head than their interstate counterparts and their performances and outcomes were worse.

Read more here – http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/national/costly-state-of-crisis/story-fnjj6010-1226727922836

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