The updated Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits have introduced new line items for specific allied health and therapy supports. This means some allied health and therapy supports previously listed as ‘other therapy’ now have their own line items.
If you haven’t already, now is a great time to check you’re still making claims correctly. You can do this by:
Remember, any service agreements with expired line items should be updated and sent to My Plan Manager so we can ensure our mutual clients have the budgets locked away for the services they need.
Previously, pricing for support work was aligned to three levels of complexity. The new Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits include only two – a standard price, and a single ‘high intensity’ price. Providers previously claiming for level one, two and three supports must ensure their claiming practices are aligned with the new Pricing Arrangements.
Including a line item on your invoice isn’t a National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) requirement, but doing so can help My Plan Manager to process your claim quicker so payment reaches you sooner.
If you’re registered with a professional organisation, you’re also encouraged to include your registration information (organisation name and registration number) with your claim.
If you need a question answered or a second opinion, you can email us at [email protected] or call us on 1800 861 272 from 8am-6pm (ACDT) Monday to Friday.