The New GP MBS Education Workshop 2 Day Event - BRISBANE
The New GP MBS Education Workshop 2024
Join us for two days of Compliance and Billing Education that provides the foundations for excellence in health care delivery in general practice.
Our focus is on the delivery of affordable, quality health care services while ensuring business financial viability and reducing clinician burn-out. We introduce concepts of work flow and establishing a framework for successful consultations, while remaining patient and health care focused.
This workshop is ideal for the new GP trainee, the seasoned practitioner and most importantly practice managers. Workshops provide extensive written material that attendees are encouraged to share within the practice and network to assist others with compliance of the Health Insurance Act.
MBS book categories and explanatory notes
Common billing mistakes in general practice
Coding Consults and Combination Billing
Documentation, templates and Autofills
Introduction to Mental Health and the MBS
Case Conferencing - Chronic Disease and Mental Health
Chronic Disease Management and Team Care
Safety Net and the PBS
Skin Cancer and the Treatment Room Services
Compliance and Audits
Nicotine and Smoking Cessation
Residential Aged Care Services
The hardcopy MBS book for General Practice is available for pre-purchased only for $66 and will be available for collection at the workshop. The Kobo eBook is available now through the app and will be available for purchase at the workshop for $44.
All slides and notes, annotation list, and autofill examples will be provided to workshop attendees after the event via a drop-box link.
Day 1: Registrations open 0745hrs; Workshop from 0830 to 1700hrs
Day 2: Commences 0830 to 1630hrs
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided on both days. Dietary requirements need to be communicated at least 14 days prior to the event. Late ticket purchases cannot be guaranteed dietary requirements.
Kathryn Eikenhorst graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2011 completing her MBBS as a post-graduate student with an undergraduate degree in Bachelor or Natural and Complimentary Medicine. In 2018 she obtained a fellowship at the Royal Australian College of General Practice. She is a committed rural clinician having worked in rural NSW for eight years and more recently in remote locations practicing skin cancer medicine. She is now undertaking training sub-speciality training in skin cancer medicine and has a passion for preventative medicine and Nutrigenetics. She was born and raised in Port Macquarie being the youngest sibling to four older brothers. Kathryn has a personal desire to travel and explore new places and enjoys hiking, kayaking, snorkelling and water activities.In May 2019 Kathryn began travelling with the BFD administration and MBS presentation teams. She had become a valued member who provided administration and event support. She began presenting MBS in November 2019.
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
Dr Ian Kamerman is a dual Fellow of ACRRM and RACGP as a rural General Practitioner and business owner for over 20 years. Ian has a special interest in addiction medicine and is a DAME and holds appointments at two universities. He is currently the Chair of GP Synergy and Chair of the AMA Council of Rural Doctors. Ian has provided many years of supervised training and support to international graduates in general practice training as well as being a past PESCI examiner, Chair of the Professional Development Committee of ACRRM and past president of RDAA. He promotes General Practice as an excellent career choice and endeavours to assist young Doctors in having successful, financially viable practices.
For more information, contact Business for Doctors - BFD Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 8046 6923.