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Biennial review of the Medicare provider number legislation
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Nq 328.94 AUS
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Canberra : Dept. of Health and Ageing, 2005
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Contents

Biennial Review of the Medicare Provider Number Legislation 1
Biennial Review of the Medicare Provider Number Legislation 3
Table of Contents 5
Letter of transmission 7
Executive Summary 9
Chapter One —Background and methodology 11
Chapter Two —Results of the recommendations made by the 2003 Biennial Review of the Medicare Provider Number Legislation 15
Chapter Three —Sections 19AA, 3GA and 3GC of the Health Insurance Act 1973 — Analysis of key issues 27
Chapter Four —Summary of Recommendations 53
Appendices Appendix A —Extracts from the Health Insurance Act 1973 57
Appendix B —Terms of Reference 64
Appendix C —Organisations represented on the Reference Group 66
Appendix D —Organisations and individuals consulted 67
Appendix E —Copy of advertisement calling for submissions 70
Appendix F —Copy of web page provided on Department of Health and Ageing website 71
Appendix G —Indicative questions asked during the stakeholder consultations 76
Appendix H —List of submissions received 77
Appendix I —Number of general practitioners 78
Appendix J —Number of training positions/programs 79
Appendix K —Training courses and workforce programs approved under section 3GA of the Health Insurance Act 1973 83
Appendix L —Number of doctors on approved 3GA workforce programs 86
Appendix M —Description of workforce programs 90
Appendix N —Rural, Remote and Metropolitan Area Classification 96
Appendix O —Approved Medical Deputising Service Program service providers 98
Appendix P —Medical Training Review Panel member organisations 99
List of Figures and Tables 100
List of Acronyms 101
Bibliography 103

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