Impending changes will mean that as at 1 April 2019 a range of natural therapies will be excluded from the definition of private health insurance general treatment and will no longer receive the private health insurance rebate as part of a general treatment policy. Rules have been made to exclude these therapies from the definition of general treatment under section 121-10 of the Private Health Insurance Act 2007. Insurers will then not be able to offer benefits for these therapies as part of a complying health insurance policy. A formal review found there is no clear evidence demonstrating the efficacy of the excluded natural therapies. For more information, read the relevant statement here