Registered Homeopaths, that is Homeopaths who have completed the study standards required by AROH and are registered with AROH give receipt following a consultation with their registration number on that receipt and it is covered by all health insurers bar one and I think it will pay up if you are in a higher level, ie. you pay them more.
AROH is the only registrant for only Homeopaths. ANTA and ATMS offer membership for Homeopaths but can not register Homeopaths. Naturopaths and other therapies can register with ANTA or ATMS and receive rebates via health insurers.
The poor thing is that anyone can call themselves a Homeopath. They just cannot offer a Health Fund rebate unless they are members of ANTA or ATMS.
Some Homeopaths, whilst being registered by AROH are not members of the AHA and that is a pity.