MA Professional Standards
MA Myotherapists have a duty of care to clients and compliance with the MA Code of Practice, Code of Ethics and Rules of the Association ensure membership currency, accreditation and professionalism. MA Members are expected to have read and abide by the MA Professional Standards.
Health Funds, Provider Numbers, Record Keeping and Receipt Guidelines
If you are a new member or you have changed your practice or practice location please refer to the Obtaining Provider Number page for step-by-step guidelines and you will find a list of all health funds that cover Myotherapy on the Health Fund page.
MA Member Logos
As an MA member you are entitled and encouraged to use member specific logos to use on your stationery including business cards and letterhead, as well as your digital communication including websites and email signatures. High and low resolution files for both Mac and PC are included and the logo must not be altered in any way.
Your Insurance is included with your membership fee through Guild Insurance valid to your membership expiry date. All practicing members now receive $20 million Public Liability; $20 million Professional Indemnity ; $20 million Products Liability cover. Read the Member Insurance Policy for further information.
Resources to assist with Notifiable Data Breach Scheme
On February 22nd 2018, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner released a guide titled Data breach preparation and response — A guide to managing data breaches in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act). The guide consolidates information provided in the Data breach notification — A guide to handling personal information security breaches released in 2014, the Guide to developing a data breach response plan released in 2016, and the resources published to assist entities in complying with the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme last year. In addition to outlining the key requirements relating to data breaches in the Privacy Act, including personal information security requirements and the obligations of the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, the guide covers other key considerations in developing a robust data breach response strategy. This includes key steps to take when a breach occurs, the capabilities of staff, and governance processes.
We’ve also attached the guide prepared by Guild Insurance. Read the Guild Business Cyber Security Obligations guidelines.
To maintain your accreditation and membership, full members must:
- - accrue 20 Professional Development Points (Informal and Formal PD) every 1 year cycle
- - record your PD Activities
- - submit your PD activities to MA
You may be audited and will need to provide evidence of your PD activities up to five years after the event. The PD Guidelines outline your PD responsibilities as a Member of MA. Refer to the Professional Development page for all forms and guidelines.