This recorded webinar provided an update on Medicare billing and the PSR which has long been one of MIPS’ most frequently asked about issues.
As a healthcare practitioner you are legally responsible for services billed to Medicare under your Medicare provider number or in your name regardless of who does the billing or receives the benefit. The Department of Health has sophisticated methods of detecting possible inappropriate practice or incorrect claims and it is important that you remain prudent in all your billing as you will be solely responsible for repayment of the full amount in the event of an incorrect Medicare benefit.
- Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of MBS and PBS Medicare billing
- Learn to recognise inconsistencies in item usage and combinations.
- Learn to integrate personal and practice billing processes in accordance with the MBS and PBS
Daniel Davison is a Principal at Meridian Lawyers one of MIPS panel solicitors. and the co-author of the Insurance chapter in Lexis Nexis’ loose-leaf service ‘Court Forms, Precedents and Pleadings’, as well as the new author of Practical Guidance Personal Injury Qld’s commentary on the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002 (Qld). Daniel has articles published in the Australian Insurance Law Bulletin and Australian Civil Liability. He is also an active member of the Medico-Legal Society of Queensland, recognised in Best Lawyers Australia 2021, as a leading lawyer in Health and Aged Care Law, as well as a leading Medical Negligence Lawyer (Defendant) Queensland in Doyles Guide.
Dr Peter Simpson is an experienced General Practitioner from NSW and is currently a Queensland based clinico-legal adviser at MIPS . He has extensive experience in medical indemnity industry and in litigation and clinico-legal claims and investigations involving Medicare, the PSR and AHPRA. He is regular risk education presenter fro MIPS.
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