The Health Funds Association says Roy Morgan's reseach on health insurance is wrong and the numbers don't stack up with what the association sees.
The Health Funds Association says recent research from Roy Morgan has "false findings" on health insurance coverage.
HFANZ chief executive Roger Styles said the research had a number of factual errors which went way beyond the margin for error claimed.
“The biggest error was overstating the drop-off in coverage over recent years, with the survey asserting just 25% of New Zealanders are covered by health insurance, when it is actually 30%...MORE»
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