Tuesday, 24 Oct 2023 8:00 – 9:00 PM AEST • Online Event
About this event
The introduction of the Medicare Safety Net in 1989 was to provide additional funding to patients who had paid a significant portion of their income on eligible outpatient health services. This two tired system provides higher rebates for patients who reach the safety net threshold with additional benefits payable once the reach the second threshold the extended Medicare safety net. Utilising the knowledge of how rebates are included and gaps are paid will assist you patients in timing appointments to increase their opportunities to claim MBS billed items under the safety net program.
Dr Casey Going is a Queensland General Practitioner and graduate of the University of Queensland. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners after completing his training in 2022.
Casey has a special interest in internal medicine, Cardiology and emergency medicine and works at the Condamine Medical Centre and St Andrews Hospital in the Darling Downs. He is also completing his Masters of Internal medicine through the University of Sydney and has completed his Master of Business Administration through the Australian Institute of Business. Casey is a toastmaster and enjoys public speaking which complements his educational lectures and presentations. Casey has a keen interest in the business side of General Practice and how to improve it for both GPs and patients.
In 2023 Casey commenced MBS education with Business for Doctors and has created online workshops specifically for GP Registrars to assist them with billings and MBS compliance.