- Coronavirus FAQ's
- How we're supporting you during coronavirus
- health.com.au with Kieser
- The value of private health insurance in a pandemic
- Adding or removing people from your account
- Authorising another person on your cover
- Cover review
- How do I check my limits?
- Pre-existing conditions
- Suspending your cover
- Updating your details
- What am I covered for?
- Waiting periods explained
- Private health insurance reforms
- Gap in cover
- Emergency Department Fees
- Going to Hospital
- Hospital Added Costs
- Insulin Pumps
- IVF & assisted reproductive services
- LHC exemptions
- Public vs. Private
- Restrictions & Exclusions
- Understanding out of pockets
- What is an excess?
- What is LHC?
- What is the MBS?
- Where does Medicare fit in?
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Pilot
- Annual premium review
- Can I lock in my premium?
- I can’t use my cover like I used to...
- What if my cover is currently suspended?
- Where do my premiums go?
- Why does my premium change every year?
- Why does my premium change, if I rarely make claims?
- Why is my price change different to the national average percentage?
- 3 ways to save money on your health insurance.
Entering provider numbers when claiming
You'll be asked for a provider number when you claim. So what’s a provider? That’s what we call the medical professionals (dentists, doctors, physios and so on) who provide health services here in Australia.
A recognised provider is a medical practitioner that's legally qualified to practice here in Australia.
- Hold appropriate registration or licence under the relevant legislation
- Have suitable qualifications or membership to a recognized professional body
- Be in an independent private practice.
If you want, you can search providers in your area. This is a great way to make sure they're fully recognised, and that they'll use a HICAPS terminal to ensure an easy claiming experience. Just bring your health.com.au card along. and you're on your way!