Fees A To Z
WorkSafe can pay the reasonable costs of medical and like services of an injured worker as a result of a work-related injury or illness.
The reasonable costs are specified in the relevant WorkSafe fee schedule. Healthcare providers who intend to charge an injured worker more than the specified WorkSafe maximum rate should advise the worker before the service is delivered that the additional costs cannot be reimbursed by the WorkSafe Agent.
- Attendant Care
- Exercise Physiology
- Gym and Swimming Programs
- Hearing Services for Contracted Providers
- Hearing Services for Non-contracted Providers
- Household Help
- Impairment (Sections 98C & E) Protocol
- Independent Impairment Assessments
- Independent Impairment Assessments – Hearing Loss
- Independent Medical Examination – Allied Health
- Independent Medical Examination – Dental
- Independent Medical Examination – Medical Practitioners
- Loss and Grief Counselling
- Medical Services – Medicare Benefits Schedule
- Medical Services – Reimbursement Rates
- Occupational Physiotherapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Private Hospital – Non-arrangement
- Private Day Hospital – Non-arrangement
- Private Rehabilitation Hospital – Non-arrangement
- Private Psychiatric Hospital – Non-arrangement
- Remedial Massage
- Social Work
- Speech Pathology
- Travel Expenses
Some services that an injured worker may need will require prior approval from their WorkSafe Agent.
How to invoice WorkSafe
Information about how to invoice WorkSafe for healthcare services, including WorkSafe’s Medical Practitioner Policy and clarification of MBS rules, is detailed in the following publication.