Boost Health Collective Billing & Rebates Information
Please phone the clinic and chat to one of our friendly Client Experience Officers about billing and rebates for specific treatments. Full payment is required at the time of consultation. In some instances, with prior arrangement with our admin staff, it may be necessary to pay by credit card over the phone or via bank transfer, in which case our bank details are: BSB: 063 142, Account #: 1043 4159.
Our Myotherapy, Remedial Massage , Exercise Physiology , Physiotherapy and Podiatry treatments are covered by most Private Health Insurers, under ‘Extras Cover’. We are able to swipe your card on the spot with our HICAPS machine, so you will only be required to pay the gap.
Our patients are also able to claim their Myotherapy, Remedial Massage, Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy and Podiatry appointments through WorkCover . The appropriate paperwork needs to be presented to our admin staff in order for us to authenticate the claim prior to the initial appointment. Note that WorkCover rarely pays the entire consultation fee so you may be out of pocket for partial treatment fees.
Patients seeking help for a chronic health condition may be eligible for a Chronic Disease Management Plan which enables eligible patients to have up to five bulk-billed visits per calendar year. Our Exercise Physiologists, Physiotherapists and Podiatrists are all able to assist you in Chronic Disease Management. This arrangement requires a specific CDM (previously called EPC) care plan written by your GP. We require this care plan prior to your initial appointment.
Patients who have a white or gold Department of Veteran’s Affairs card are also eligible for Podiatry, Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology care that is fully subsidised by the DVA. All DVA patients will need a referral from their GP prior to their initial consultation. Patients with a white DVA card will also be required to provide a new referral annually.
Podiatry, Exercise Physiology and Physiotherapy consultations may also be covered by TAC .