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Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93579

93579 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by eligible Aboriginal health worker or eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible Aboriginal health worker or eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible Aboriginal health worker or eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93580

93580 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Diabetes education health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible diabetes educator if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible diabetes educator by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible diabetes educator  gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93581

93581 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Audiology health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible audiologist if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible audiologist by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible audiologist gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93582

93582 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Exercise physiology health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible exercise physiologist if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible exercise physiologist by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible exercise physiologist gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93583

93583 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Dietetics health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible dietitian if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible dietitian by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible dietitian gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93584

93584 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Mental health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible mental health worker if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible mental health worker by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e)  after the service, the eligible mental health worker gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93585

93585 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Occupational therapy health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible occupational therapist if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible occupational therapist by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible occupational therapist gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93586

93586 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Physiotherapy health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible physiotherapist if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible physiotherapist by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible physiotherapist gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93587

93587 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Podiatry health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible podiatrist if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible podiatrist by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible podiatrist gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93588

93588 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
10-Dec-2020
Description Updated:
10-Dec-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
10-Dec-2020

Group
M30 - Initial services 1 per provider per patient in a 12 month period (is included in the additional tally of 5)
Subgroup
3 - Subsequent services - maximum of 5 (including any initial services)

Chiropractic health service provided to a care recipient in a residential aged care facility of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, at a residential aged care facility, by an eligible chiropractor if all of the following apply:

(a) the service is provided to a person whose need for allied health treatment services has been identified by:

  (i) a health assessment service to which items 228, 715, 92004, 92011, 92016, 92023, 93470 or 93479 applies; or

  (ii) a shared care plan; or

(b) the person is referred to the eligible chiropractor by the medical practitioner using a referral form that has been issued by the Department or a referral form that contains all the components of the form issued by the Department;

(c) the service is provided to the person individually and in person; and

(d) the service is at least 20 minutes in duration; and

(e) after the service, the eligible chiropractor gives a written report to the referring medical practitioner

  (i) if the service is the only service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (ii) if the service is the first or last service under the referral—in relation to that service; or

  (iii) if neither subparagraph (i) nor (ii) applies but the service involves matters that the referring medical practitioner would reasonably expect to be informed of—in relation to those matters



Fee: $64.20 Benefit: 85% = $54.60

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