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Author Topic: Homeopathy, naturopathy struck off private insurance list  (Read 138 times)

worelia

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Homeopathy, naturopathy struck off private insurance list
« on: October 20, 2017, 04:57:48 AM »

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Australian Journal of Pharmacy

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF pdl.com.au
AJP NEWS

Homeopathy, naturopathy struck off private insurance list

Sheshtyn Paola — 17/10/2017

The government will be removing private health insurance subsidies from a range of natural therapies

As part of the Federal government’s overhaul of the private health insurance system, cover for some natural therapies will now be removed from all private health insurance products.

The therapies that will no longer be covered include:

Alexander technique,
aromatherapy,
Bowen therapy,
Buteyko,
Feldenkrais,
herbalism,
homeopathy,
iridology,
kinesiology,
naturopathy,
Pilates,
reflexology,
Rolfing,
shiatsu,
tai chi, and
yoga.


The government says that while consumers can still choose to access these services, they will no longer be able to claim benefits from their insurer from 1 April 2019.

“A review undertaken by the former Commonwealth Chief Medical Officer found there is no clear evidence demonstrating the efficacy of the listed natural therapies,” it says in a statement.

“Removing coverage for the listed natural therapies will ensure taxpayer funds are expended appropriately and not directed to therapies lacking evidence.

“Around 55% of the Australian population is covered by general treatment (extras) insurance. Removing coverage for the listed natural therapies will remove costs from the system and contribute to reducing private health insurance premium growth.”

Under these changes, it will be illegal for health funds to include the therapies in their coverage, which is generally found in the ‘extras’ package, says Australian Skeptics.

However, a spokesperson for the Department told Australian Skeptics that funds might end up offering vouchers for such therapies, but they cannot include them in health insurance coverage packages.

Australian Skeptics also points out that chiropractic, acupuncture and reiki are not listed among the binned therapies.

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How could this shit ever get in the subsidies system?

Alexander technique,
aromatherapy,
Bowen therapy,
Buteyko,
Feldenkrais,
herbalism,
homeopathy,
iridology,
kinesiology,
naturopathy,
Pilates,
reflexology,
Rolfing,
shiatsu,
tai chi, and
yoga.

Who, in person, was responsible for these "therapies" being subsidized?
« Last Edit: October 20, 2017, 05:03:58 AM by worelia »
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Yulli

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Re: Homeopathy, naturopathy struck off private insurance list
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2017, 03:46:08 PM »

Add this yo your list:

"Terrornetzwerk Homöopathie"
http://www.transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=7193.0

"Homöopathen ohne Grenzen gehen nach Liberia und Sierra Leone!"
http://www.transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=8275.0

Homeopathy is a crime.
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