Allied health practitioners are trained professionals who are not doctors, dentists or nurses.
They can help you manage your physical or mental health, through services that include diagnosis, treatment or rehabilitation. Our team of Practice managers and Practice assistance staff are keen to be a part of their journey.
Medicare does not usually cover visits to allied health professionals. However, if you have a long-term health condition, you might be eligible for Medicare rebates.
For you to get Medicare rebates, your doctor must prepare a ‘care plan’, such as a chronic disease management plan or a mental health treatment plan.
Some private health funds cover certain allied health services.
Ask about fees before you make your appointment.
OUR PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & SUPPORT TEAM WORKS WITH THE FOLLOWING ALLIED HEALTH PRACTICES, IN AUSTRALIA.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme is known as NDIS. It is basically the legislation that was passed by the Australian government to set up the Scheme to support people with a disability.
At PractiSe Management (With a 'S', 'YES' - 'WE CAN'), we offer a range of management & operational support services for NDIS providers, so they could focus on their core business.
Not only will our NDIS support services team make sure your clients' plan is written to your specific goals, but they will also make sure they get everything they need from the NDIA.
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