Main RSS Feed urn:uuid:dd196a1e-2ab5-4ffb-9372-07e6ee7e10bb 2019-10-04T10:10:00Z /hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/contractedserviceprovidernotices/201912 <![CDATA[ Transition Timeframes ]]> 2019-10-04T10:10:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/usefulinfo/whatsnew/public-holiday <![CDATA[ Public Holiday ]]> 2019-10-04T10:10:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/usefulinfo/whatsnew/whatsnew <![CDATA[ What's New ]]> 2019-10-03T11:10:00Z Keep up to date with all the news from the Hearing Services Program by subscribing to the RSS Feed.

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/hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/deliveringservices/practitioners/provider_apmc1019 <![CDATA[ Approved Practitioner Membership Categories ]]> 2019-10-01T11:10:00Z /hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/contractedserviceprovidernotices/201910 <![CDATA[ New Legislation and Contract ]]> 2019-09-24T10:09:00Z /hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/contractedserviceprovidernotices/201909 <![CDATA[ Hearing Services Online Payment (HSOP) Project Update 4 ]]> 2019-09-20T10:09:00Z /hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/deliveringservices/lp_providertransition/lp_providertransition <![CDATA[ Provider Transition ]]> 2019-09-13T12:09:00Z Following a thematic review of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program (the program) legislation, five existing instruments were repealed and replaced with the Hearing Services Program (Voucher) Instrument 2019 (the instrument).

As a result of the new instrument, existing contracted service providers were offered a new Service Provider Contract (the contract) with the Department of Health (the department). To support providers to transition to the new legislative and contractual arrangements a transition period has been established.

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/hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/contractedserviceprovidernotices/201908 <![CDATA[ Hearing Services Online Payment Project (HSOP) Update 3 ]]> 2019-08-02T10:08:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/legislation/contracts/service_provider_contract_redevelopment <![CDATA[ Service Provider Contract Redevelopment ]]> 2019-06-28T03:06:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/whoarewe/publications/publications-lp <![CDATA[ Publications ]]> 2019-04-05T01:04:00Z This page contains links to publications and reports on hearing released or commissioned by the Department of Health.

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/hso+content/public/home/about/legislation/contracts/want <![CDATA[ Wishes and Needs Tool (WANT) ]]> 2018-08-30T12:08:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/usefulinfo/whatsnew/auskey-issues <![CDATA[ AUSkey-issues ]]> 2018-01-31T05:01:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/whoarewe/publications/pwc_report_lp <![CDATA[ Review of Services and Technology Supply in the Hearing Services Program ]]> 2017-12-22T04:12:00Z /hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/audit/audit_report_17-18 <![CDATA[ Compliance Monitoring and Audit Outcomes Report 2017-2018 ]]> 2017-08-30T11:08:00Z /hso+content/public/home/for+everyone/clientinfo/hearing_services_available_through_the+program/natural-disaster-information-clients <![CDATA[ How to access hearing services during a natural disaster ]]> 2017-03-27T11:03:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/whoarewe/consultations/previous/service+delivery+framework+for+hearing+care+services+in+australia <![CDATA[ Service Delivery Framework for Hearing Care Services in Australia ]]> 2016-05-13T03:05:00Z /hso+content/public/home/about/program_stats/data_glossary/data_dictionary_v.1 <![CDATA[ Program Statistics Data Glossary ]]> 2015-09-30T05:09:00Z The purpose of this dictionary is to provide definitions for terms specific to the Program Statistics area of the website. For a full glossary of terms relevant to the entire website, Website Glossary

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/hso+content/public/home/about/whoarewe/research/researchpage <![CDATA[ Research into Hearing Health ]]> 2015-06-17T03:06:00Z The Australian Government, through the Hearing Services Program (the program), is committed to reducing the impact of hearing loss on the lives of Australians and to reducing the incidence and consequence of avoidable hearing loss in the Australian community.  As well as providing access to high quality hearing services and devices, the program supports research and prevention activities that

  • contribute to the development of improved policies and service delivery, and
  • enables the Department of Health to better identify the needs of the community in relation to hearing loss.

Funded research and development activities into hearing health, prevention and rehabilitation is undertaken by the National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) and various other research institutions, through the Hearing Loss Prevention Program (HLPP).

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/hso+content/public/home/hearing_professionals/claiming/eclaiminglanding/claims_rejection_codes <![CDATA[ Claiming Rejection Codes ]]> 2015-04-02T10:04:00Z /hso+content/public/home/for+everyone/programhelp/apply/landinghowtoapply <![CDATA[ I'm eligible - How do I apply? ]]> 2014-09-12T03:09:00Z You can apply for the Australian Government Hearing Services Program (the program) online.

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