Chronic Disease Management Plan
If you have a chronic medical condition you may get Medicare Benefits for Allied health services to help manage your condition.
Examples: Diabetes, Heart disease, Asthma
Chronic medical condition
A medical condition is chronic if you've had it for at least 6 months or it's terminal.
Who can get a Management Plan
If you have a chronic medical condition you can get a management plan from your GP.
Types of Management Plans
There are 2 types of management plans:
a GP management plan (GPMP), and
a team care arrangement (TCA) plan
If you’re eligible and your doctor prepares both of these plans, you may get medical benefits for specific allied health services. For example physiotherapy services.
GP Management Plan
This is an agreed action plan between you and your GP. It:
identifies your health care needs
sets out the services your GP provides, and
lists what you need to do
Team Care Arrangement
You’ll get a team care arrangement plan if you need treatment from your doctor and at least 2 other health professionals. The treatment must relate to your medical condition.
Chronic Disease Management
At Plantagenet Medical, you can see your regular GP for a Management Plan. These consultations are Bulk-billed (no gap payable).
Bookings must be made by telephone (98921000)