At Anzlens we support Rebates from major of the Australian health funds. If you are a member of a health fund, you may be able to claim a rebate on your prescription Contact lenses purchases.How to claim Health funds reimbursement:
1. Please check if you have Hospital extra’s, Most Australian private health funds include contact lenses in their optical extras cover. Check with you provider if you are eligible for prescription contact lenses purchases.
2. You must have a valid contact lenses prescription, please note contact lens prescription is different from spectacle prescription. If you do not have, please talk to your optometrist and request for one.
3.Name on the order and prescription should match along with the prescribed brand by your optometrist.
4.Upload or send us the Prescription at the time of purchase so that we can issue an itemised invoice.
5.Your invoice will include our provider number and the private health fund item numbers that you need to claim your rebate.
6.Submit your health funds rebate with your insurer online or by simply visiting their website and download the claim form.
What are optical extras?
Most health funds refer to ‘hospital and extras’, and the ‘extras’ are your everyday health costs such as prescription eyewear, dental, physio and ambulance. Optical extras allow you to claim a benefit from your health fund on a range of glasses, prescription contact lenses.Each health fund policy is different. For more information, please talk to your insurer.How long does it take to receive my refund?
It depends on your insurance provider, but reimbursements are generally received within a few days.How much you can claim?
How much you can claim depends on which health fund you are with, your level of cover, waiting periods, and prior claims. You can speak with your insurer.
If you need any more information/help about your health fund claim, contact our customersupport.