Understanding Medicare Services for Allied Health Providers ONLINE

$150.00 (Ex GST)

Synopsis: Training in  all relevant allied health Medicare services including Better Access, Eating Disorder Plans, HCWA, Chronic Disease Management
Date(s): 20th February 2024
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Venue: ZOOM meeting – a zoom link will be forwarded to you with prework prior to the training.

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Synopsis: Training in  all relevant allied health Medicare services including Better Access, Eating Disorder Plans, HCWA, Chronic Disease Management
Date(s): 20th February 2024
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Venue: ZOOM meeting – a zoom link will be forwarded to you with prework prior to the training.

About:

Emma Spencer is pleased to announce training for clinicians in private practice wishing to obtain knowledge regarding the Better Access for Mental Health Scheme, and other relevant Medicare services. Designed to educate professionals new to private practice and for those established clinicians who would like a refresher or update of their knowledge around the different Medicare services that may be utilised by clients in private practice settings.

This training will focus on:

  • Understanding the requirements of each of the relevant Medicare services for private clinics-going beyond just Better Access and including Eating Disorder Plans, HCWA and Chronic Disease Management plans.
  • Reporting requirements and “terms of use”
  • Item numbers and structure of sessions
  • Communicating with Medicare
  • Glossary and understanding of the terminology (where GPs and psych’s clash)
  • Spencer Health procedures and templates (for you to compare or use for your own practice
  • Questions and Answers

All participants will be provided with a take home resource including templates and resources they can use in their own service.

About the Presenter:

Emma is the CEO and Principal Clinical Psychologist of Spencer Health, a Sydney based health organisation. Emma has been in private practice for 8 years and has completed specific training in the Better Access Scheme as well as being responsible for the implementation of Medicare based services within her practices. Emma is a dynamic and engaging facilitator who is well known throughout the national psychology community for her training events and enthusiasm for supporting her peers in private practice.