Don’t Let Your Health Fund Benefits go to Waste!

Written by Emma Tommasini


Did you know some health funds expire soon? 

At the end of the financial year, June 30th, the extras cover allowances will expire for some health funds.

Which health funds?

AHM, Defence Health, Navy Health, Peoplecare, onemedifund and more. 

Get the most out of your fund. 

Close to 10 million Australians have private health coverage, but many of us don't make the most of it.

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Government Bows to Public Pressure Calling for a $2million Natural Therapy Review

Written by Emma Tommasini

Thanks to the publics incredible efforts, the Government has bowed to public pressure over the axing of natural therapy rebates.

Just days after the removal of health fund rebates for natural therapies came into effect on 1 April, Greg Hunt MP has announced $2 million for updated natural therapy reviews to re-examine which therapies should once again be eligible for Subsidy through the Private Health Insurance rebate.

The review update will also look at removing the 'banned' list so insurers can cover whichever therapies they want, even if they won't attract the Subsidy. 

13,323 members of the public took the time to send a personalised message to Minister Hunt and LNP MPs and Senators. All major parties now recognise this is an important public issue that won't go away. 

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Instant On The Spot Health Fund Rebates

Written by Emma Tommasini


Receive instant health fund rebates with selected services including Remedial Massage at First Things First Wellness Centre. After your consultation, your participting health fund card is simply swiped through the HICAPS terminal.  Your claim details are entered and in seconds the whole transaction is processed. Once your claim is authorised, you simply pay the gap amount - the difference between the full fee for the treatment and the amount covered by your health fund.  No messing around with paper receipts and time spend claiming in store or online. Book your appointment today and to take advantage of your health fund entitlements before they expire mid year for most funds. 

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