National Joint Replacement Registry: Cost Recovery Impact Statement - October 2015

Cost Recovery Impact Statement (CRIS) provides information on how Department of Health (the Department) implements cost recovery for the National Joint Replacement Registry

Page last updated: 28 April 2016

Cost Recovery Implementation Statement - National Joint Replacement Registry 31 October 2015 (PDF 198 KB)
Cost Recovery Implementation Statement - National Joint Replacement Registry 31 October 2015 (Word 89 KB)

Cost recovery involves government entities charging individuals or non-government organisations some or all of the efficient costs of a specific government activity. This may include goods, services or regulation, or a combination of them. The Australian Government Cost Recovery Guidelines (the CRGs). The CRGs are available on the Department of Finance website and set out the overarching framework under which government entities design, implement and review cost recovered activities.