PIP, PNIP and SIPs

The Practice Incentive Program (PIP) provides financial incentives to general practices. It aims to encourage improvements in quality of care, access and outcomes of all patients. Practices must either be accredited or become accredited within 12 months to be eligible for the PIP.

The PIP is administered by Department of Human Services on behalf of the Department of Health. There are 11 individual incentives which make up the PIP each with their own payment structures. Payments are made to both the practice and the individual practitioner, and are generally calculated based on practice size.

For more information about the PIP and the individual incentives, visit Practice Incentive Program website.

 

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