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Medicare EPC Care plan Audit

Discussion in 'Australia' started by trevor, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. trevor

    trevor Active Member


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    Hi All,
    Has anyone had an audit from medicare for EPC?

    What do you do with referrals that do not have a proper or complete care plan attached?
     
  2. jb

    jb Active Member

    Hi Trevor,

    We were audited in 2011 and needed only provide a copy of the GP-signed EPC form, specifying referral date and number of allocated services. We did not need to provide copies of the 721/723.

    One would think that having to provide this info as well would be superfluous, even for Medicare.

    Good luck with it all!

    Jair
     
  3. trevor

    trevor Active Member

    Thanks for that.

    I would have thought that a copy of the plan would be required as GP gets some $250 for it and the podiatrist and the patient are required to sign it.

    Seems that I do not need to be concerned.
     
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