Medical Indemnity Refund

Sometimes there’s a need to recover money from payments made under the Medical Indemnity Schemes.

You need to know

About

This information will assist you to fill out a Medical Indemnity Refund application for payments received under the Medical Indemnity Scheme.

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Claiming

Claiming

You need to submit an application to claim.

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Apportionment arrangements

Apportionment is how liability between parties to a claim are decided.

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Cost sharing arrangements

Cost sharing arrangements apply if there’s an agreement between parties to share the costs or disbursements.

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Settlement and judgment costs

You need to take settlement and judgment costs into account in your claim.

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Plaintiff costs

Plaintiff costs are the legal costs for the person who has brought the action against the medical practitioner.

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Request for information

Under section 38 of the Medical Indemnity Act 2002 the Chief Executive Medicare may ask you for more information.

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Returning your application

You can send us your application and supporting documents by post or email.

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Refunding a payment

We’ll offset a Medical Indemnity refund application we get against claim payments.

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Resolving conflict

The internal review is an administrative service that we provide to any MDO or MII.

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Resources

Glossary for Medical Indemnity

Some terms used in Medical Indemnity insurance claims have specific meanings depending on which scheme they apply to.

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Page last updated: 8 January 2019