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Category 2 - DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES AND INVESTIGATIONS

11605

11605 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
01-Nov-2003
Description Updated:
01-Nov-2018
Schedule Fee Updated:
01-Nov-2023

Group
D1 - Miscellaneous Diagnostic Procedures And Investigations
Subgroup
5 - Vascular

Investigation of complex chronic lower limb reflux or obstruction, in one or more limbs, by infrared photoplethysmography, during and following exercise to determine surgical intervention or the conservative management of deep venous thrombotic disease—hard copy trace, calculation of 90% recovery time and written report, not being a service associated with a service to which item 32500 applies



Fee: $83.30 Benefit: 75% = $62.50 85% = $70.85

Category 3 - THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES

16522

16522 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
01-Nov-1998
Description Updated:
01-Nov-2017
Schedule Fee Updated:
01-Nov-2023

Group
T4 - Obstetrics

Management of labour and birth, or birth alone, (including caesarean section), on or after 23 weeks gestation, if in the course of antenatal supervision or intrapartum management one or more of the following conditions is present, including postnatal care for 7 days:

(a) fetal loss;

(b) multiple pregnancy;

(c) antepartum haemorrhage that is:

(i) of greater than 200 ml; or

(ii) associated with disseminated intravascular coagulation;

(d) placenta praevia on ultrasound in the third trimester with the placenta within 2 cm of the internal cervical os;

(e) baby with a birth weight less than or equal to 2,500 g;

(f) trial of vaginal birth in a patient with uterine scar where there has been a planned vaginal birth after caesarean section;

(g) trial of vaginal breech birth where there has been a planned vaginal breech birth;

(h) prolonged labour greater than 12 hours with partogram evidence of abnormal cervimetric progress as evidenced by cervical dilatation at less than 1 cm/hr in the active phase of labour (after 3 cm cervical dilatation and effacement until full dilatation of the cervix);

(i) acute fetal compromise evidenced by:

(i) scalp pH less than 7.15; or

(ii) scalp lactate greater than 4.0;

(j) acute fetal compromise evidenced by at least one of the following significant cardiotocograph abnormalities:

(i) prolonged bradycardia (less than 100 bpm for more than 2 minutes);

(ii) absent baseline variability (less than 3 bpm);

(iii) sinusoidal pattern;

(iv) complicated variable decelerations with reduced (3 to 5 bpm) or absent baseline variability;

(v) late decelerations;

(k) pregnancy induced hypertension of at least 140/90 mm Hg associated with:

(i) at least 2+ proteinuria on urinalysis; or

(ii) protein-creatinine ratio greater than 30 mg/mmol; or

(iii) platelet count less than 150 x 109/L; or

(iv) uric acid greater than 0.36 mmol/L;

(l) gestational diabetes mellitus requiring at least daily blood glucose monitoring;

(m) mental health disorder (whether arising prior to pregnancy, during pregnancy or postpartum) that is demonstrated by:

(i) the patient requiring hospitalisation; or

(ii) the patient receiving ongoing care by a psychologist or psychiatrist to treat the symptoms of a mental health disorder; or

(iii) the patient having a GP mental health treatment plan; or

(iv) the patient having a management plan prepared in accordance with item 291;

(n) disclosure or evidence of domestic violence;

(o) any of the following conditions either diagnosed pre-pregnancy or evident at the first antenatal visit before 20 weeks gestation:

(i) pre-existing hypertension requiring antihypertensive medication prior to pregnancy;

(ii) cardiac disease (co-managed with a specialist physician and with echocardiographic evidence of myocardial dysfunction);

(iii) previous renal or liver transplant;

(iv) renal dialysis;

(v) chronic liver disease with documented oesophageal varices;

(vi) renal insufficiency in early pregnancy (serum creatinine greater than 110 mmol/L);

(vii) neurological disorder that confines the patient to a wheelchair throughout pregnancy;

(viii) maternal height of less than 148 cm;

(ix) a body mass index greater than or equal to 40;

(x) pre-existing diabetes mellitus on medication prior to pregnancy;

(xi) thyrotoxicosis requiring medication;

(xii) previous thrombosis or thromboembolism requiring anticoagulant therapy through pregnancy and the early puerperium;

(xiii) thrombocytopenia with platelet count of less than 100,000 prior to 20 weeks gestation;

(xiv) HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C carrier status positive;

(xv) red cell or platelet iso-immunisation;

(xvi) cancer with metastatic disease;

(xvii) illicit drug misuse during pregnancy


(Anaes.)

Fee: $1,793.40 Benefit: 75% = $1,345.05

(See para TN.4.7 of explanatory notes to this Category)

Category 6 - PATHOLOGY SERVICES

73326

73326 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
01-Jul-2011
Description Updated:
01-Jul-2011
Schedule Fee Updated:
01-Jan-2013

Group
P7 - Genetics

Characterisation of the gene rearrangement FIP1L1-PDGFRA in the diagnostic work-up and management of a patient with laboratory evidence of:

a)  mast cell disease; or

b)  idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome; or

c)  chronic eosinophilic leukaemia;.


1 or more tests



Fee: $230.95 Benefit: 75% = $173.25 85% = $196.35

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93201

93201 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
20-Apr-2020
Description Updated:
20-Apr-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
01-Nov-2023

Group
M18 - Allied health telehealth and phone services
Subgroup
23 - Follow up service provided by a practice nurse or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner – Telehealth Services

Telehealth attendance provided by a practice nurse or an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner to a person with a chronic disease if:

(a) the service is provided on behalf of and under the supervision of a medical practitioner; and

(b) the person has a GP management plan, team care arrangements or multidisciplinary care plan in place and the service is consistent with the plan or arrangements.



Fee: $15.60 Benefit: 85% = $13.30


Extended Medicare Safety Net Cap: $46.80

Category 8 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

93203

93203 - Additional Information

Item Start Date:
20-Apr-2020
Description Updated:
20-Apr-2020
Schedule Fee Updated:
01-Nov-2023

Group
M18 - Allied health telehealth and phone services
Subgroup
24 - Follow up service provided by a practice nurse or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner – Phone Services

Phone attendance provided by a practice nurse or an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioner to a person with a chronic disease if:

(a) the service is provided on behalf of and under the supervision of a medical practitioner; and

(b) the person has a GP management plan, team care arrangements or multidisciplinary care plan in place and the service is consistent with the plan or arrangements.



Fee: $15.60 Benefit: 85% = $13.30


Extended Medicare Safety Net Cap: $46.80

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  • Anaes - Anaesthetic Values Amended
  • Emsn - EMSN Change
  • Fee - Fee Amended
  • Renum - Item Number Change (renumbered)
  • New - New Item
  • NewMin - New Item (previous Ministerial Determination)
  • Qfe - QFE Change