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Post Archive - February 2019

Post Archive - February 2019

PSR continues to recover significant payments in 2019
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PSR continues to recover significant payments in 2019

The first two months of 2019 has seen the Director of the Professional Services Review (PSR) enter into 9 agreements with practitioners which will result in repayments totalling $2,840,000. 5 of the 9 practitioners were general practitioners. The maximum single repayment was $550,000.00. The agreements were made pursuant to section 92 of the Health Insurance Act 1973 (Cth) with practitioners who ...

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Tighter regulation on the horizon for unconventional or alternative medicine
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Tighter regulation on the horizon for unconventional or alternative medicine

The Medical Board of Australia (Board) is considering introducing new guidelines to establish clearer regulation of medical practitioners who provide complementary or unconventional medicine or emerging treatments (Proposed Guidelines). The Proposed Guidelines would supplement the Board’s current Code of Conduct, similar to the Sexual Boundaries Guidelines introduced by the Board late last year....

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HR + Employment Law: Latest Updates & Trends Edition 17 - 2019

Summary of key updates in 2018 The introduction of Domestic Violence Leave - The Fair Work Amendment (Family and Domestic Violence Leave) Bill 2018 was passed in December 2018 which will see all workers under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) entitled to 5 days’ unpaid domestic violence leave., Casual conversion clauses took effect 1 October 2018 into 84 modern awards allowing a ‘regular ...

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