1. Invoicing and payment for services

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    Information for service providers on how to send us invoices and receive payments...

  2. Services we pay for

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    icare will pay for services that we accept as reasonably necessary and related to your approved claim with us...

  3. Forms and resources for practitioners and providers

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    Browse our forms and resources to download PDF documents specific to you...

  4. Training and workshops

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    icare offer online learning and face to face workshops for service providers working with people with severe injuries. All eLearning and workshop registrations are managed through our learning...

  5. Working with us as an attendant care provider

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    Attendant care providers need to be approved to work in our care schemes. We have a panel of approved attendant care providers who are appointed through a tender process...

  6. Lifetime Care case managers

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    Case managers play a central role in supporting icare lifetime care participants to identify their goals, and their treatment, rehabilitation and care needs, and facilitating them getting the right...

  7. Healthcare professionals

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    Find out how you can work with us to provide services, such as wheelchairs, lawn mowing and providing equipment to injured people in NSW...

  8. Planning with a person with a dust disease

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    Dust Diseases Care uses a person-centred planning approach called My Plan. The My Plan tools help people with a dust disease and their families to plan for the things that are important to them and to...

  9. Planning with an injured person

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    Find out how case managers and healthcare providers working with a severely injured person can request treatment and care through icare...

  10. Equipment and maintenance

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    icare can pay for equipment needed due to a motor accident or workplace injury for participants in Lifetime Care scheme or workers in the Workers Care Program...