Access to cdmNet for GPs participating in the Refugee Clinical Hub Project
Welcome to the Chronic Disease Management Service (cdmNet). cdmNet is an online service (“cdmNet Service”) for supporting general practices, other healthcare providers, and patients to better manage chronic disease.
A general practitioner (GP) may become a registered member (“Member”) of cdmNet at no cost. A Member has the ability to participate in some, but not all, of the features and services available within the cdmNet Service.
To access additional features and services, including the ability to prepare and complete certain MBS Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Items, the GP or a practice for which the GP provides chronic disease management services must agree to payment of the charges applicable to these additional services. This requires a GP Entity (an individual, practice, or other corporate entity) to agree to the cdmNet Service Agreement.
If you are participating in the Refugee Clinical Hub Project being run by Melbourne Health, up to 30 June 2014 you will not be charged for any cdmNet service fees for patients identified as having a Refugee/Immigrant Health plan.
You (in your own right or having the authority of the GP Entity) can complete the cdmNet Service Agreement electronically by entering the information requested below and agreeing to the Terms and Conditions of the Service Agreement.
Enter your details below to agree online.
If you do not wish to agree online, you may alternatively download and print the Service Agreement and then fax the agreement to (03) 9614 2650, or mail the completed agreement to cdmNet Service Agreements, Precedence Health Care, Level 6, 520 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000.
If you have any issues or concerns with this agreement, please contact cdmNet Support.