Health and service providers are critical in delivering the support our clients need to get their lives back on track. Below you will find:
- updates to make it easier for you to work with the TAC
- information about TAC services, programs and fees
- insights from the latest health and disability research
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The COVID-19 outbreak presents an opportunity to talk to people with disability about emergency planning and preparedness. You can help encourage your clients to be prepared for emergencies well before they happen.
We’re grateful for the efforts of health and service providers to support TAC clients during the COVID-19 outbreak, and for your patience as we’ve adapted to remote working. Here we provide clarity on the issues raised most often in recent weeks.
Each month TAC providers successfully submit tens of thousands of invoices through LanternPay. If you’ve not yet used LanternPay, now is an excellent time to give it a try.
Health practitioners can receive specialist training in pain management through a free program offered by the Western Victoria Primary Health Network.
We are now preparing to implement TAC telehealth item codes for GPs, medical specialists and a broad range of allied health services. The new telehealth item codes will align to your current TAC face-to-face rate.
The TAC is closely monitoring the rapidly changing COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. You can check our website regularly for updates relating to the coronavirus and your work as a provider for TAC clients.
If you’re a health practitioner who has treated patients with major trauma injuries, we’d like to hear from you.
Our current five-year TAC 2020 Strategy comes to an end later this year. We'd like to hear from you as we develop our next strategy for beyond 2020.
At a time of significant change in the disability sector, there are a number of opportunities for service providers (and clients and carers) to influence disability policy and practice.
Staying active and maintaining routines can support recovery for many TAC clients. A video series shares the insights of Paul Coburn, our Clinical Panel lead for allied health.