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27 September 2018
The RACGP has made a submission to the MBS Review Taskforce outlining concerns about proposed changes to remuneration arrangements for surgical assistants.
The RACGP sees that the proposed changes will result in significant loss of independence and future earning capacity for surgical assistants, particularly for those GPs who undertake a higher proportion of surgical assistance duties.
Our submission outlines that the proposal has a real risk of deterring GPs and other medical practitioners from undertaking surgical assistance work, which could have devastating effects for the ongoing viability of the role, and its ability to attract skilled and appropriately qualified medical professionals.
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RACGP response to proposed changes to MBS surgical assistants (PDF 181 KB)