WorkCover Queensland has reviewed and updated the Allied health table of costs for 2020. The changes take effect from 1 July 2020. read more... about Allied health table of costs update 2020
WorkCover Queensland is commencing the annual review of the Allied Health Table of Costs for the 2020-2021 financial year. read more... about Annual review of Allied health table of costs for 2020-2021
The current tables of costs for allied health providers already include telehealth as a service delivery option for allied health providers. Telehealth services are only related to video consultations. read more... about COVID-19 Telehealth for Allied Health - update 1 April 2020
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