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INU provides updates on the Practice Incentives Program (PIP) and the Practice Nurse Incentives Program (PNIP).
Ensure your internet browser meets minimum requirements for HPOS by 1 October 2015 in order to keep using HPOS securely.
Electronic bulk bill claims through Medicare Easyclaim require the patient to acknowledge the assignment of benefit.
HPOS has a new look and new services including Medicare Bulk Bill Webclaim and DVA Medical Webclaim.
Learn more about your legal obligations when billing under Medicare for private patients in public hospitals.
Learn how to better manage and improve the health outcomes of your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
For practices wanting to improve their billing accuracy.
Learn how to easily lodge claims and help reduce your claim rejections.
1 April saw the Newborn Child Declaration replace to the previous claim form in the Parent Pack.
How to correctly bill Assisted Reproductive Technology Services
From 1 April 2015 claims will be processed and handled differently.
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The changes to Level A and B consultations scheduled to commence on Monday 19 January 2015 will not go ahead.
GPs and pharmacies can access our free interpreting service which now covers temporary protection visa holders.
Make sure you follow the correct procedures when submitting ultrasound claims to receive Medicare benefits.
Learn more about the PBS and MBS with the help of our online resources.
A number of online eligibility checks are available for you to use.
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