Eligibility for Practice Incentives Programme

Eligibility for Practice Incentives Programme.

Your practice may be eligible for PIP if it:

  • meets the PIP definition of an 'open practice'
  • is accredited or registered for accreditation against the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Standards for general practices
    • practices registered for accreditation must obtain full accreditation within 12 months of joining the PIP
  • maintains full accreditation
  • maintains current public liability insurance
  • ensures all general practitioners and nurse practitioners, referred to jointly as practitioners, maintain current professional indemnity cover

A full list of PIP eligibility requirements is in the PIP guidelines .

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Page last updated: 28 January 2016

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