For health professionals

Health professionals play an integral role in supporting the recovery of a person injured in a transport accident.

Please choose the category that best relates to your profession for associated fee, policies, clinical resources, research, event and general information.

Provider News

    Funding extended for ground-breaking research - 16 Mar 2017

    The TAC has extended funding for ground-breaking research into traumatic brain injuries.

    A new approach to working with the TAC - 03 Mar 2017

    Changes the TAC is making to how it works with the health and disability sector was the topic of Head of Supported Recovery, Damian Poel’s, speech at the Australian Medical Association Congress over the weekend.

    Damian introduced the TAC’s new strategic approach and outlined some of the changes being made to reduce the administrative burden on our providers.

    Help the TAC improve its website by answering a short survey - 01 Mar 2017

    The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) is conducting a short survey to understand how our stakeholders use the TAC website to service clients and how we can improve this information. We value your feedback and want to know how we can better provide you with the tools, resources and information to help our clients get their lives back on track faster.

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General Practitioners

General Practitioners (GPs) play a central role in managing the health and wellbeing of a person who has been injured in a transport accident. Find out more information on the support we can offer throughout your treatment of a patient.    

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Physical Therapies

Are you a physiotherapist, chiropractor, osteopath, occupational therapist or exercise physiologist? Find information specific to your profession here.

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Allied Health

Are you an allied health provider? Find out information on how we can support your treatment of a person injured in a transport accident.

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Mental Health

Do you provide mental health services such as psychology, social work or psychiatry? Find out information on how we can support your treatment of a person injured in a transport accident. 

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TAC Framework/Network Providers

Are you a contracted network provider for the TAC? Find out information on how we can support your treatment of a person injured in a transport accident.

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Medical Professionals

Do you provide surgery, pharmacy or other medical services? Find out information on how we can support your treatment of a person injured in a transport accident.

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Disability Services

Are you an attendant care, home help or community nursing provider? Find out how we can support you when providing services to a person injured in a transport accident. 

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Hospitals

This page has been designed to provide useful information for hospital staff managing the treatment of a person injured in a transport related accident.   

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Independent Impairment Assessors

This section provides medical examiners performing impairment assessments with TAC specific information relating to the impairment process.

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Independent Medical Examiners

Do you provide independent medical examinations to TAC clients? Find useful information when providing services to the TAC. 

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Independence - An Overview for Providers

The TAC's Independence model is based on person centered planning, focusing on clients' needs, abilities and strengths and supporting clients' inclusion into the community – immediately and in the longer term.

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