Private Insurance Providersretailer
Frank's provider, Frank Health Insurance.
What kind of clinic can I use? Most of the large clinics are private clinics. They' re clinics that have an arrangement with Frank to bill us the same amount. That means that if you are hospitalized in a private clinic (and your franc coverage does not preclude the procedure), you will be required to make any deductible and/or co-payment and we will take care of the remainder of the clinic bill.
See the complete listing of private clinics involved. Is it possible to select my own physicians and specialist staff in the clinic? Providers can, however, bill us directly so that you get more back. Is it possible to select my own extras supplier? Now you can get the desired care from a supplier of your choosing. So long as your supplier is listed with the umbrella association of his sector, that's all we need.
Where can I find my ISP if I make a complaint on-line? Simply look for a supplier when you make an on-line request. It is best not to enter the vendor number, as it may not be the same as the one you entered with Frank.
ACCC Private Medical Insurance Reviews
Under the ACCC, the ACCC must submit an annual statement to the Berlin senate on anti-competitive practice by sickness funds or providers that reduces the volume of healthcare insurance for individuals and increases their healthcare and other costs. Provides an analysis of the main competitiveness and consumption patterns and private healthcare sector trend between 1 July 2017 and 30 June 2018.
Discusses the main competitive and customer evolutions and private healthcare insurance market drivers between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017, as well as the implementation of the ACCC and other healthcare-related measures. On the basis of this information, the Commission has examined the main competitive and customer factors and the private healthcare market trend in the reference year, which have had an impact on consumers' healthcare insurance and outlays.
Reporting to the Senate on anti-competitive and other healthcare and provider practice in private healthcare, 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. It will examine whether there are particular difficulties in providing information on private medical insurance and the implications for consumers' attitudes.
It is the 15th annual review by the ACCC under a regulation adopted by the Senate of Australia on 25 March 1999 and revised on 18 September 2002. Reporting to the Senate of Australia on anti-competitive and other healthcare and provider practice in respect of private healthcare, 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012.
Reporting to the Senate of Australia on anti-competitive and other healthcare and provider practice in respect of private healthcare, 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011. Reporting to the Senate on anti-competitive and other healthcare and provider practice in private healthcare, 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010.
Reporting to the Senate on anti-competitive and other healthcare and provider practice in private healthcare, 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2009.