We Support Rebates from All Australian Health Funds You will receive your health fund receipt after your order has been dispatched (via email).
Health fund provider name: Dr William (Huyliem) Trinh optometrist (and not 'Anytime Contacts') Check With Your InsurerEach health fund rebate is different, subject to your particular level of extras cover, annual limits, policy’s waiting period, health funds rules.We recommend to check with your plan and see what you’re entitled to. Ensure You Have a Valid Contact Lens PrescriptionYou must have an up to date contact lens prescription when purchasing the prescribed product with the right prescription.Only order contact lenses with the exact prescription of the same brand as prescribed by your optometrist.
A contact lens prescription is different from a spectacle prescription and spectacle prescription cannot be used to purchase contact lenses.
Order Must Be Placed In The Name Of The Health Fund Member In Which The Claim Will Be Made
If your order includes lenses for more than one person and you need individual receipt to make claim, please provide us details of each individual with their full name and their respective contact lenses and we’ll send you (via email) separate health fund receipt.If unsure, you can send us individual contact lens prescription to firstname.lastname@example.org and quote your order# for reference.
Claim Your Rebate
Order only what you are prescribed to wear.
When placing your order, please tick "I have Health Fund Optical Cover (optional)" at the bottom of the Cart page. After your order has been dispatched, you’ll get an itemised receipt (via email). Check your Inbox, Spam folder or under 'Promotions' tab.
You submit the health fund claim with your insurer directly. Please enter Dr William (Huyliem) Trinh optometrist as the health fund provider (and not 'Anytime Contacts'), the provider number, health fund item numbers, and submit to your health fund for reimbursement.
What Can I Claim?
Only contact lenses with a corrective prescription which has a corresponding item number listed on your receipt.
Non-prescription/plano contacts are classified as cosmetic products.
And health fund insurers exclude cosmetic products, contact lens solution, eye drops, shipping fees.
Fraudulent claimHealthcare fraud occurs when someone provides false information or withholds information to get a financial benefit.
Health Fund Regulations stipulate that the name on the health fund receipt has to be the same as the name appears on the contact lens prescription for whom the contact lenses are ordered for.
The breach of health fund regulation is criminal offense for fraudulent claim.
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