Webinars

Webinars on recent changes to private health insurance legislation

Day Hospitals Australia provides the following educational webinars to assist day hospitals in understanding recent changes to private health insurance legislation, and how they affect day hospitals.

Recent changes to private health insurance legislation – brief overview 

This webinar provides a brief overview of available resources (more detailed webinars and fact sheets) addressing recent changes in private health insurance legislation as relevant for day hospitals. The topics covered are:

  • Second tier default benefits
  • Gold/Silver/Bronze/Basic tiers and clinical categories
  • Changed powers of the Private Health Insurance Ombudsman, and changes to prostheses benefits for medical devices

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Second tier default benefits 

This webinar provides an overview of recent changes in private health insurance legislation for second tier default benefits as relevant for day hospitals.

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Gold / Silver / Bronze / Basic tiers and clinical categories 

This webinar provides an overview of recent changes in requirements for private health insurance products (Gold/Silver/Bronze/Basic tiers and clinical categories) as relevant for day hospitals.

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Changed powers of the Private Health Insurance Ombudsman, and changes to prostheses benefits for medical devices 

This webinar provides an overview of recent changes to powers of the Private Health Insurance Ombudsman, and changes to prostheses benefits for medical devices, as relevant for Day Hospitals.

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For Consumers

The Commonwealth Department of Health also offer some information/resources for consumers that can be accessed via this link https://beta.health.gov.au/health-topics/private-health-insurance/private-health-insurance-reforms

 

This information has been created as part of Day Hospitals Australia’s strategic Communication Strategy in educating members and non-members on the PHI Reforms and therefore, permission is given to share the contents (in their current form) acknowledging Day Hospitals Australia and Health Legal as the authors.