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National Certificate of Capacity proof of concept

The National Certificate of Capacity (NCC) Proof of Concept Project aims to trial a standardised, consistent certificate of capacity.


Project overview

The National Certificate of Capacity (NCC) Proof of Concept Project aims to trial a standardised, consistent certificate of capacity.

The objectives of the project are to:

  • Pilot a digital implementation of a National Certificate of Capacity Form.
  • Engage a small set of GP clinics nationally.
  • Comprehensively evaluate the pilot over a period of six months to assess the improved speed of delivery, efficiency of the document transfer and changes in certification practices.

The project involves a digital solution (a Healthlink Form) accessible through clinical software that GPs in the pilot can complete online.

Clinics will need to be using Medical Director or Best Practice software.

If you are a medical clinic interested in testing a digital certificate of capacity for injured workers, please email NCCSupport@comcare.gov.au to register.

Participants

Project lead

  • Comcare

Other organisations involved

  • Northern Territory WorkSafe
  • Telstra Health

More information

For further information, please contact the NCC Support Team at NCCSupport@comcare.gov.au

Page last reviewed: 10 November 2022
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Date printed 10 Dec 2022

https://www.comcare.gov.au/safe-healthy-work/research-evidence/research-projects/national-certificate-of-capacity-proof-of-concept