Private health insurance circulars
This circular issued by the Private Health Insurance Branch contains information about the February 2012 Prostheses List and the Prostheses List Information Sessions
Printable version of 05/12 (PDF 23 KB)
24 January 2012
Changes to the release date of the February 2012 Prostheses ListDue to the finalisation of HTA Review grouping schemes and group benefits the February 2012 Prostheses List will be released on 14 February 2012 with an effective date of 28 February 2012.
Prostheses List Information Sessions
PurposeThe purpose of this Circular is to inform stakeholders of the Prostheses List Information Sessions to be held in February 2012.
BackgroundThe Department of Health and Ageing will be holding three information sessions, one in Melbourne on Friday 24 February 2012 and two in Sydney on Monday 27 February 2012. Please note these sessions relate to Part A of the Prostheses List and the Health Technology Assessment Review.
The focus of the workshops will be:
- Application Forms
- Clinical Evidence Requirements
- Amendments to Listings
- Update on the implementation of recommendations from the Health Technology Assessment Review
Date: Friday, 24 February 2012
Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm
Venue: Hilton on the Park
192 Wellington Parade
Date: Monday 27 February 2012
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm OR 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Venue: Harbourview North Sydney
17 Blue Street
Please note: These sessions have been previously titled Application Workshops.
Confirming attendancePlease confirm your attendance via email to the Prostheses Inbox by Wednesday, 22 February 2012. For Sydney attendees, please indicate your session preference.
ContactIf you have any queries about the workshops, please contact the Prostheses Section on (02) 6289 9463.
If you require further information please telephone: (02) 6289 9853/24 hr answering machine or email the enquiry to Private Health Insurance Branch
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