Private medical service providers will be banned by the government from offering the private medical service of private medicine.
The move follows the introduction of a new law last week which allows any person to open a private medical business for their own medical needs.
However, there is no restriction on the type of private medical providers which are allowed to offer these services.
The government is also looking to introduce rules to ensure that the service providers are not offering services which are not “medically necessary” and “do not harm patients or the public health”.
The move comes as part of an overall plan to reform the healthcare system.
The Government announced last week that it would introduce a new legislation which would bring the private medicine system into line with the health system, including the health authorities.
The law, called the Private Medical Services (Medically Necessary) Bill, will be brought in as part a broader package of legislation which will also come into force in 2018.
This legislation will include measures to improve the quality and quality assurance of private healthcare services and will also establish a regulatory framework for private medical entities.
The legislation will also allow the creation of a national health board to oversee the health of the public.
It is the government’s intention to regulate private healthcare providers by removing all barriers to their services.
Private medical providers can be licensed in many parts of the country, but only a small number of them have been licensed in Australia in the past decade.
In 2015, the Federal Government said that it had passed the Private Medicine Licensing Act.
The private medical system is currently limited to only those who are licensed under the Health Practitioner Regulation Board Act.
However this law will allow any private medical practitioner, nurse practitioner, doctor, or hospital to offer their own services.
However the law only applies to people who have a licence to practise medicine under the health boards laws.
In February, the ABC reported that the Government is considering introducing a new national health licensing regime.
The Minister for Health, Dr Peter Dutton, said in a statement that the Private Health Services Act would make it easier for doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to offer the services of private health services.
However, Dr Dutton said that there was currently a lack of clarity on what constitutes a “medicine” and whether certain services are “medication”. “
This is a measure which will allow more people access to services, which will ensure that people are receiving the highest quality and value for money and are being properly reimbursed for the services they provide.”
However, Dr Dutton said that there was currently a lack of clarity on what constitutes a “medicine” and whether certain services are “medication”.
“The private medical provider model is a form of medicine, but it does not necessarily require the doctor to have a doctor’s license to provide their services,” he said.
“The medical practitioner must be licensed to practice medicine under this Act.”
Under the Private Medicine Licensing Bill, private medical practitioners will have to provide a “certificate of competency” from a doctor who is a registered practitioner of medicine.
If they do not meet this requirement, they will be subject to a $25,000 fine.
The Private Medicine Service Provider Act also makes it a criminal offence for anyone to “sell or offer to sell” a private health service.
The act also states that a person who “sells, offers to sell, or gives or offers to give” any “medical service” which is not medically necessary, is guilty of an offence and must be fined up to $25 000.
The new law will also prohibit a person from offering a private healthcare service unless they are registered under the Medicare Act.
It will also require a health authority to review all applications made for a licence, and “make a reasonable inquiry” into each.
A new regulator will also be established, and the Public Health Inspectorate will oversee the private health sector.
The Health Practisation and Supervision (Private Health Service Providers) Bill will make it a crime to offer or sell a private service if it is not “medical”.
This will apply to any person who is not a medical practitioner and “sell[s] or offers[s]” a private life and health services to anyone.
The bill also creates a new offence of providing “medical services that are not medically required”.
The new criminal offences of providing a private “health service” to a person without a medical licence, or a “medical practice” to an “unlicensed person”, will also apply to health care professionals.
The public health regulator will be tasked with regulating private health practitioners.
The Department of Health has also proposed a new system for providing information about the medical services provided to the public in the public interest.
This system will include a “public health registry” which will provide a database of the number of health professionals and the medical service types.
This will include data on whether the person receiving the health care was a health professional or not