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  • National Medicines Policy - consultation on the revised NMP

    Australia’s National Medicines Policy The Department of Health and Aged Care is inviting stakeholders to provide further feedback on a revised draft of the National Medicines Policy (NMP). Finalisation of the NMP Review was extended until after the recent Federal... More
    Closes today
  • IAEA DS524 Radiation Protection Aspects of Design for Nuclear Power Plants

    ARPANSA coordinates comments on behalf of Australia on IAEA draft documents. The IAEA is seeking comments from their member states on a new draft IAEA Safety Guide – DS524 Radiation Protection Aspects of Design for Nuclear Power Plants What is the purpose of the guide? The object of... More
    Closes 30 September 2022
  • Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Review Advisory Committee - Surgical Assistant Working Group Draft Report

    The Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) is a list of health professional services (items) that the Australian Government subsidises. MBS items provide patient benefits for a wide range of health services including consultations, diagnostic tests, therapy, and operations. In 2021,... More
    Closes 7 October 2022
  • Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Review Advisory Committee - Genetic Counselling Working Group Draft Final Report

    The Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) is a list of health professional services (items) that the Australian Government subsidises. MBS items provide patient benefits for a wide range of health services including consultations, diagnostic tests, therapy, and operations. In 2021,... More
    Closes 7 October 2022
  • A New Approach to Regulating Aged Care

    The Department of Health and Aged Care is developing a new approach to regulating aged care (the new model) through a consultation process with the aged care sector , older Australians, their families and carers. The new model will provide rules and guidance for aged care... More
    Closes 10 October 2022
  • Prostheses List Compliance Strategy

    The Department of Health and Aged Care is seeking feedback from stakeholders on a proposed Prostheses List (PL) Compliance Strategy (the Strategy). The purpose of a PL compliance function is to maintain the integrity of the PL and its program. The proposed Strategy found at the... More
    Closes 12 October 2022
  • Prostheses List Reforms - Consultation Paper 3(b) - Pathways for Applications to the Prostheses List

    In May and June 2022, the Department of Health and Aged Care held a series of virtual workshops (three in total) with key stakeholders and a small group of sponsors to seek input into the new listing pathways process to be used as part of the future Prostheses List (PL) model facilitated by... More
    Closes 28 October 2022
  • CPE scoping survey for Public Health Laboratories and other Laboratories performing surveillance testing for CPE

    Purpose and Scope The Public Health Laboratory Network (PHLN) Expert Reference Panel (ERP) on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) will survey public health laboratories, public health units and other laboratories or teams involved in the testing and reporting of... More
    Closes 28 October 2022
  • CPE scoping survey for Public Health Units

    Purpose and Scope The Public Health Laboratory Network (PHLN) Expert Reference Panel (ERP) on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) will survey public health laboratories, public health units and other laboratories or teams involved in the testing and reporting of carbapenemase-producing... More
    Closes 28 October 2022
  • Efficient Funding of Chemotherapy (EFC) Review – Interim Report

    The EFC Program provides funding for chemotherapy and other medicines used for the treatment of cancer that are administered through infusion or injection at public or private hospitals. Not all cancer medicines are provided through the EFC Program; some may be subsidised through other... More
    Closes 28 October 2022
  • Consultation on the Private Health Insurance (PHI) Actuarial Study into Risk Equalisation

    The Department is conducting studies into key PHI regulatory and policy settings (Lifetime Health Cover, Risk Equalisation Medicare Levy Surcharge, PHI Rebate and Private Hospital Default Benefit Arrangements). The aim of these studies is to identify opportunities to improve the affordability... More
    Closes 5 December 2022
  • Residential Disability Accommodation COVID-19 Winter Dose Vaccination Clinic - Registration Form

    Winter doses for residential disability accommodation settings can be sourced through a variety of channels, including primary care providers such as GPs and pharmacies, working with Primary Health Networks (PHNs) to identify primary health care in-reach options and Commonwealth in-reach.... More
    Closes 31 December 2022
  • Residential Aged Care COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic - Registration Form

    Residential Aged Care Facilities that are unable to secure a primary care provider to administer COVID-19 Winter Vaccine doses, either with a GP or pharmacist or through their Primary Health Network, are still able to request an in-reach Commonwealth COVID-19 Winter Dose Vaccination clinic.... More
    Closes 31 December 2022
  • Request for Revalidated Service

    This form is to be completed if you wish to complete a request for a Revalidated Service for a client with the Australian Government Hearing Services Program. Please click the link below to begin your request. More
    Closes 1 July 2026
  • Application to Register as an Appointed Supplier

    Thank you for your interest in becoming registered as an Appointed Supplier for the Australian Government Hearing Services Program. Please click the link below to begin your application. You may wish to download a PDF version of the application form before you proceed. Note that we... More
    Closes 22 January 2030
  • Application for Transfer of Accreditation

    Thank you for your interest in transferring your accreditation as a service provider for the Australian Government Hearing Services Program to another entity. Please click the link below to begin your application. You may wish to download a PDF of the application form for your... More
    Closes 22 January 2030
  • 6 Month Check-in for New Service Providers

    Contracted Service Providers (providers) are responsible for ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program (the program). The 6 Month Check-in survey has been developed to assist new providers with understanding if they are currently meeting... More
    Closes 9 March 2030
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