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Figure 2

From: Effect of private insurance incentive policy reforms on trends in coronary revascularisation procedures in the private and public health sectors in Western Australia: a cohort study

Figure 2

Annual rates of elective coronary artery revascularisation procedures (CARPs) for public (n=9488) and private (n=10846) patients in WA during 1995–2008 for (a) all CARPs (b) percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with stenting (c) PCI without stenting and (d) coronary artery bypass grafting. The vertical line represents the end of the introduction period of the private health insurance incentive reforms.

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