Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

 

Article by Services Australia

Were you aware?

Temporary MBS items are available to CDEs and other allied health practitioners to deliver vital health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Australians residing in Residential Aged Care Facilities. To access these allied health services, the patient must have had a health assessment. The temporary COVID-19 MBS items are available until 30 June 2022.

To support CDEs and other allied health practitioners, Services Australia has a customised infographic that conveniently lists the available allied health services, along with the relevant face-to-face MBS service items. Click here to read more about allied health follow up services.

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent  

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Looking for learning resources?

The Health Professional Education Resources Gateway has a great range of educational resources that assist allied health practitioners to provide services under MBS programs and initiatives. To access these educational products, follow these simple steps:

  1. in your browser search com/index
  2. select play to continue,
  3. then select the Health Professional Education Resources Gateway link
  4. select a topic on the menu tab on the left.

Contact Services Australia:

If you have any feedback on our education resources, please reach out to Medicare.Education@servicesaustralia.gov.au

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

 

Article by Services Australia

Were you aware?

Temporary MBS items are available to CDEs and other allied health practitioners to deliver vital health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Australians residing in Residential Aged Care Facilities. To access these allied health services, the patient must have had a health assessment. The temporary COVID-19 MBS items are available until 30 June 2022.

To support CDEs and other allied health practitioners, Services Australia has a customised infographic that conveniently lists the available allied health services, along with the relevant face-to-face MBS service items. Click here to read more about allied health follow up services.

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent  

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Allied health follow-up services for a person who is of
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Looking for learning resources?

The Health Professional Education Resources Gateway has a great range of educational resources that assist allied health practitioners to provide services under MBS programs and initiatives. To access these educational products, follow these simple steps:

  1. in your browser search com/index
  2. select play to continue,
  3. then select the Health Professional Education Resources Gateway link
  4. select a topic on the menu tab on the left.

Contact Services Australia:

If you have any feedback on our education resources, please reach out to Medicare.Education@servicesaustralia.gov.au