The Practice Incentives Program (PIP) is administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS), on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Health (DoH).
To be eligible to participate in the PIP, a general practice must meet all of the following requirements:
The PIP currently comprises eight incentives. Participating practices can apply for as many or as few as are applicable to their practice. Each PIP has its own program eligibility criteria, questions and required supporting evidence. The PIP includes incentives for:
To support practices through this transition, WA Primary Health Alliance has collated some frequently asked questions to explain the components and processes of the PIP QI. This library of FAQs will continue to expand with the implementation of PIP QI.
The Department of Health has also released its own set of FAQs, which you can access here.