Shared Debt Recovery Webinar
September 5 - 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
Amendments to the Health Insurance Act 1973 recently commenced introducing a Shared Debt Recovery Scheme, which applies to services provided by medical practitioners under the Medicare Benefits Scheme from 1 July 2018. The Scheme enables the Commonwealth Government to recover repayment of Medicare compliance debts from both a medical practitioner and another party (such as a medical practice), which become payable as a result of incorrectly claimed Medicare benefits. The Commonwealth Government will do so by making a shared debt determination.
It is important for medical practitioners and medical practices to understand when and how the scheme may apply.
Please join us for a 60 minute webinar on the Shared Debt Recovery Scheme on Thursday 5 September. Dominique Egan from Meridian Lawyers and Stuart Chan from Cutcher & Neale will discuss the operation of the scheme, as well as the commercial aspects of the arrangement, case studies and practical steps that both practitioners and medical practices must consider to protect themselves.
More about our speakers:
Stuart Chan, Partner - Specialist Medical Services at Cutcher & Neale
Stuart has been with Cutcher & Neale since 2009, providing specialised accounting and financial services to both medical and dental professionals, in addition to private clients and small to medium enterprises. He is a regular presenter of training programs for professional organisations including the AMA (NSW), the AAPM and other general and specialist medical associations.
Dominique Egan, Principal at Meridian Lawyers
Dominique is recognised as a leading lawyer in the area of Health and Aged Care Law. She draws on 17 years of experience dedicated to acting for medical and aged care associations, medical defence organisations and insurers, health practitioners, allied health practitioners, as well as health and aged care facilities. Dominique’s expertise has been recognised in the peer-review guide, Best Lawyers in Australia, in the area of Health and Aged Care Law since 2013.
The webinar will start promptly at 12:30pm via webinar. Instructions on how to log in will be emailed to you a few days prior to 5th September. You will be able to type in questions during the webinar which the presenter may address at the end of the webinar if time permits.
Date / Time
Thursday, 5 September 2019
12:30pm - 1:30pm
AMA (NSW) Member: Free