The Complementary Medicine Association (Ltd) is one of the largest and longest established associations in Australia dedicated to representing professional Naturopaths to Governments, Health funds, Insurance Companies and the Public.
Some of CMA’s main objects are:
- To ensure members are adequately qualified to practice
- To encourage Continuing Practice Education (CPE)
- To ensure they maintain professional indemnity insurance
- To enforce a suitable code of ethics & by-laws
- To ensure professional standards of practice and clinical amenity
- To oversee the servicing of health fund benefits to patients
- To safeguard patient’s interest wherever possible
- To handle patient complaints
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Bulk billing rates for GP services reached a new record high of 82.4% in the March quarter.
More Women to Get Free Breast Cancer Screening
Over the next four years, Australian women aged 70-74 will be invited for free breast cancer screening under new funding provided by the Australian Government.
Research Funding to Improve Prostate Cancer Outcomes
Australia’s best scientists will do more research to improve outcomes for men with prostate cancer under new Australian Government funding.
Bid to Strengthen Vaccination Requirements to Enter School
Health Minister Tanya Plibersek has moved to strengthen immunisation requirements when children enrol in school.
Australian schoolboys have begun receiving the first of three vaccinations to protect them against cancers and disease caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), Health Minister Tanya Plibersek has announced.
From April, private health insurance premiums will increase by an average of 5.6%, as the government urged families to shop around for the best deal using comparisons available on the government’s health fund website.
A phone line funded by the Australian Government will operate 24 hours a day to provide urgent assistance to people at risk of suicide who are participating in the Access to Allied Psychological Services program.
Three new resources have been released that will help aged care workers support older Australians, including updated guidelines on medication management in aged care.
Doctors and the general community have been urged to learn about the late effects of polio, which can severely affect people 15 or more years after contracting the polio virus.
Parents have been alerted to take note of important changes in the latest advice on dispensing cough and cold medicines to their young children.
Australians can look forward to more effective and cohesive primary health care with the launch of a new national body to lead the network of Medicare Locals.