As per the most recent federal budget announcement, the Australian Government are investing an additional $204.6 million to support continued access to universal telehealth for all Australians. This is a great move by the Government as video telehealth is a staple for many patients and practitioners prior, during and post the pandemic.
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The Australian federal budget announcement has been made! Telehealth services will be extended until 31st December 2021 with a further $204.6 million investment.
On 20th April, Coviu CEO and Co-founder, Dr Silvia Pfeiffer, joined other industry experts to present at the National Telehealth Summit at the Swissôtel Sydney.
This is a transcript of her presentation on New Models of Care and the Financial Opportunities for Healthcare Businesses .
We are excited to announce that the Australian Government has officially confirmed the extension of the MBS Telehealth reimbursements, until June 30th 2021.
Coviu is pleased to announce we have partnered with Medipass, to create an add-on that will simplify your payment and claiming processes.
Coviu is proud to announce the integration with Rosemary Health is now live and available for use on the platform.
Universal telehealth rebates have finally arrived in Australia in what Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared “is a decade's worth of work in a matter of days.”
However, the everyday Australian is excluded from these rebates.
At Coviu, we understand almost 70% of Australia's healthcare funding is provided via the government. This means that reimbursements for telehealth are essential for patient and provider uptake.
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