Oral Health Therapists, Dental Therapists and Hygienists might be confused as to why with independent scope of practice as provided last July they - unlike prosthetists- do not have
Dentists are usually issued with provider numbers without any great fuss if they have hold registration as a dental practitioner. They are responsible for seeing that all of the
Third party payers- such as health funds and Medicare - have an increasing interest in the billing for services by non dentist dental practitioners under their provider number. As
Medicare, CDBS and Mobile Dental Services Dentists who practice in association with oral health therapists with children using their provider number with the CDBS need to be aware of
BUPA has sent correspondence recently, advising of changed terms for ancillary providers. This brief commentary addresses the effect of the terms and conditions. This Commentary is not legal advice.
MEDICARE AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REVIEW Medicare has put dentists on notice about compliance with the CDBS. Ensure you are compliant particularly with consent and records. It is directed at Health Practitioners
Many of you will have received notification that the pursuit of the CDDS debts for non compliance with Section 10 will ease. It will be interesting to see what the