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Working Smarter with Medicare Part 2

Working Smarter with Medicare Part 2

Working Smarter with Medicare Part 2

Mr Luke Arundel
Mr Luke Arundel
on behalf of Optometry Australia

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Launch date: 31 Aug 2016
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Last updated: 16 Nov 2018

Reference: 165697

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Latest User Comments

amelia ferreira (6 Sep 2018)
muito pratico
Mrs Esther Euripidou (28 Oct 2017)
The attendee's response variation is validation that there is confusion amongst optometrists with regard to choice of the item number. Acuity scores and time frames for visits do little to facilitate those with a high need for consultation and genuine problems. Counselling with regard to the problem is also not accounted for -and an important part of the test with regard to patient-education on their visual status and management plan. Unfortunately, the system has encouraged poor loyalty and excessive duplication of services.The worst outcome is seeing a prescription with 2 numbers- one for the right eye and one for the left eye with the words-no responsibility taken for spectacles. How do we as a profession justify this?

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This Medicare webinar is part 2 of a 2 part series and delivers case studies regarding Medicare billing and use for Australian Optometrists.
Case studies touch on:
- Medicare changes and impact on optometry
- New and under-utilised items
- Avoiding 'trouble' with Medicare

Presented by Luke Arundel, Simon Hanna and Steve Zantos.

Objectives

Understanding Medicare changes
Understanding Medicare changes and the impact on optometry in Australia
New and under-utilised items
Learning about new and under-utilised items
Avoiding 'trouble' with Medicare
Using Medicare correctly to avoid 'trouble' with Medicare
Mr Luke Arundel

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Mr Luke Arundel
on behalf of Optometry Australia

Optometry Australia is the influential voice for the Australian optometry profession. It is a profession-centric membership body representing about 90 per cent of Australian optometrists. Optometry Australia is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1918.

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User Reviews (2)

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amelia ferreira (6 Sep 2018)
muito pratico
Mrs Esther Euripidou (28 Oct 2017)
The attendee's response variation is validation that there is confusion amongst optometrists with regard to choice of the item number. Acuity scores and time frames for visits do little to facilitate those with a high need for consultation and genuine problems. Counselling with regard to the problem is also not accounted for -and an important part of the test with regard to patient-education on their visual status and management plan. Unfortunately, the system has encouraged poor loyalty and excessive duplication of services.The worst outcome is seeing a prescription with 2 numbers- one for the right eye and one for the left eye with the words-no responsibility taken for spectacles. How do we as a profession justify this?

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