Optometrists who require access to Health Professional Online Services from 1 January 2017 will need to create a new account to access these services.
Graduating health professionals should allow up to six weeks for processing of new Medicare provider numbers, due to the current increase in applications.
The complexity of rules that apply to end of year claims for individual health funds can be problematic for optometrists trying to do ‘the right thing’.
The Australian Taxation Office has an informative site to help employers navigate the different circumstances when providing events and gifts for their staff.
Two VOTE grants have been awarded to fund projects to help optometrists improve patient care.
Queensland optometrist Dr Emily Pieterse has been honoured with a QUT Vice Chancellor's award.
Obesity is associated with increased intraocular pressure compared with normal weight controls.
A 2016 Churchill Fellowship will enable optometrist Lisa Penrose to travel to Canada and the USA to learn about Indigenous eye care.
Rail safety workers who get three or more Ishihara plates wrong are not fit for duty, according to a revised national standard.
Optometry Australia has given RANZCO strong comment on its referral pathways for diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration.
Optometry Australia national office will be relocating from Carlton to South Melbourne in February.
Eylea has been PBS listed for branch retinal vein occlusion.
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ProVision and Optometry Australia have joined forces to promote eye-care messages to consumers.
Politicians had their eyes examined at a Parliamentary Friends Group event in Canberra last week.