MBS Primary Care Items
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples MBS Health Assessment Resource Kit
Fact sheets and proformas
This resource kit contains a fact sheet and proforma providing information on health assessments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people updated with changes to the MBS item numbers resulting from the MBS review. The kit also includes fact sheets concerning the follow-up service items for practice nurses/ registered Aboriginal health workers and allied health professionals.
Fact sheetsHealth Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715)
Follow-up Allied Health Services for People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Descent (MBS Items 81300-81360)
Follow-up Health Services provided by a Practice Nurse or registered Aboriginal health worker for an Indigenous Person who has received a health assessment
ProformasChild Health Assessment (0-14) Proforma (PDF 843 KB)
Child Health Assessment (0-14) Proforma (RTF 3488 KB)
Adult Health Assessment (15-54) Proforma (PDF 811 KB)
Adult Health Assessment (15-54) Proforma (RTF 3492 KB)
Older person (55+) Health Assessment Proforma (PDF 843 KB)
Older person (55+) Health Assessment Proforma (RTF 3557 KB)
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