Healthcare providers now use Medipass to submit workers’ compensation claim-related invoices to Comcare
2 March 2022
From today, all medical, pharmaceutical and allied health providers are eligible to submit workers’ compensation claim-related invoices to Comcare digitally through Medipass.
Medipass has been selected by Comcare to support the delivery of our free digital invoicing capability, transforming the invoicing and payment experience for Comcare service providers.
We look forward to providing healthcare providers with a secure, simpler and faster digital invoicing process through Medipass.
Through Medipass, Comcare aims to lessen the administrative burden on providers and reduce the processing time of most invoices, including processing of payments by next business day for approved invoices.
Medipass is a trusted, secure, web-based system already used by over 60 private and public insurers, Commonwealth and state government workers’ compensation agencies including Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare, WorkCover Queensland and Insurance and Care NSW (icare).
Providers can easily raise, track and manage invoices to many healthcare insurers and schemes across in Australia from the one platform.
Medipass also enables providers to batch upload and receive digital remittance advice directly through this secure portal.
We encourage all providers to start using this free, Comcare digital invoicing solution, via Medipass.
To get started using Medipass, providers will need to create a Medipass account (look for the ‘join’ button on https://medipass.com.au/features/comcare), and then set up onboard to the digital invoicing solution for Comcare.
Once you have joined Medipass and enabled Comcare digital invoicing, you can start submitting workers’ compensation claim-related invoices to Comcare for payment.
If you would like to learn more about Comcare’s free digital invoicing solution through Medipass, go to Invoicing and Payments.
For assistance, contact Comcare at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 366 979.