Let's talk about MBS item 10943

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Many optometrists are meeting the requirements of Medicare add-on items but may not be billing for them.

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Membership a no-brainer

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Sydney optometrist Richard Banks has been a member since 1988 and values the benefits he receives.

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Finance a car without the stress

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Dheeran Makadia speaks highly of the service he received from Optometry Finance Australia.

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Fixing the pain in TAC payments

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Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission is preparing to launch a new payment system that will transform the way the state’s health-care providers transact with the TAC.

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Come on, get appy

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Leigh Plowman shares his seven favourite apps for optometrists.

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Amira spreads a personal message

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An optometrist living with diabetes has been appointed an Ambassador for Diabetes Australia.

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After business, it gets personal

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Guild Insurance offers home and contents cover to give you the same reassuring confidence that in the event of a claim, we will look after you.

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Dry eye ‘bible’ updated after 10 years

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DEWS II updates dry eye developments and outlines a step-wise approach to management and therapy options.

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An eye for detail

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Anne Gibson has swapped a slitlamp for graphite pencils and watercolour paints.

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Magnets fix ‘dancing’ eyes, and more news in brief

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British researchers have implanted magnets behind a patient’s eyes to treat the nystagmus he developed due to Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

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Pointers on private health cover for patients

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Optometry Australia has released a new resource which helps patients pick the right health fund optical cover.

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Autism information updated to detail billing

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Optometrists can use two extra MBS items when seeing children with autism.

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Tell glaucoma patients about cosmetic side-effects

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Glaucoma patients should be informed of potential cosmetic side-effects of prostaglandin analogues, WAVE will hear.

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More ROP babies and some receive anti-VEGF injections

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Optometrists can expect to see more children with retinopathy of prematurity.

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How do freeze and Medicare cuts affect you?

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Members, here’s your chance to tell us how Medicare cuts and the freeze are impacting you.

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