Providing Allied Health Services in the NSW CTP Scheme (Updated February 2018)

Content
9 modules

Instructor
LearnUpon Support

Released
22 Feb 2018

Price
Free

Description

Changes to the NSW CTP scheme on and after 1 December 2017

On 1 December 2017, major reforms to the CTP scheme were introduced by the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017 (MAIA 2017).

The NSW Government implemented the new CTP scheme to:

  • encourage early and appropriate treatment to achieve optimum recovery and maximise return to work or usual activities
  • increase the proportion of benefits provided to the most seriously injured road users
  • reduce the cost of Green Slip premiums
  • reduce the opportunity for claim fraud and exaggeration.

This will mean people injured in a motor accident on and after 1 December 2017 can make a claim and may be entitled to a new range of benefits. The claims and dispute management processes have also been changed to provide an improved claimant experience.  The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) has introduced CTP Assist to provide support for people throughout their claim and procedural information on the claims process.

If you are treating an injured person whose motor accident was prior to 1 December 2017, the benefits under the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 apply. The Accident Notification form (ANF) and Personal Injury Claim form (PICF), claims and dispute process and how you provide services will continue.

This online training program has been developed by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA)[1] for allied health practitioners who are new to, or need a refresher on working with people injured in motor vehicle accidents and claiming through the NSW Motor Accidents Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Scheme.


 

What does this online training program cover?

The topics include:

  • Chapter 1 - An overview of the NSW Motor Accidents CTP Scheme
  • Chapter 2 - The claims process
  • Chapter 3 - Principles for treating people with compensable injuries
  • Chapter 4 - Providing allied health services in the NSW Motor Accidents CTP Scheme
  • Chapter 5 - Solving problems and disagreements.

 

How long will the online training program take?

It will take approximately 45 minutes to review the program and complete the quiz. You can close the training and return at any time using the issued password. 

 

Need help?

For assistance please contact PIEF on (03) 9940 4893 or ahp_pief@pief.com.au

 

 


[1] On 1 September 2015, the functions of the Motor Accidents Authority (MAA) were assumed by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA).

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Providing allied health services in the NSW CTP scheme

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Chapter 1 - An overview of the NSW CTP Scheme
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Chapter 2 - The claims process
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Chapter 3 - Principles for treating people with compensable injuries (applies to both old and new CTP claims)
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Chapter 4 - Providing allied health services in both of the NSW CTP schemes
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Chapter 5 - Fees and invoices
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Chapter 6 - Solving problems and disagreements
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Quiz - Test your knowledge - Providing Health Services in the NSW CTP Scheme
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Evaluation Survey (Mandatory)
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Congratulations
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