Incentive Program News

February 25, 2019

Emailed directly to BC family physicians this week, the latest issue of the GPSC’s quarterly newsletter, GP Update, is now available online.

The winter 2019 issue features news on:

Proactive panel management Improving care for at-risk moms Change to some GPSC... read more
February 20, 2019

The GPSC has made changes to some of its fees to enable delegation, simplify billing, and clarify requirements.

These changes are part of the GPSC’s continued efforts to support full-service family doctors to improve access to care and services.

Enabling... read more
February 13, 2019

On January 15, dozens of participants joined the Introductions to Basic MSP Billing for Family Practice webinar –the first in a three-part series for new-to-practice and new-to-BC GPs. With the fulsome discussions and engagement, the 90-minute webinar went longer than... read more

January 30, 2019

The GPSC has revised some of its incentive fees to better support physicians working in teams. Doctors may now delegate non-face-to-face planning tasks to College-certified allied care providers (ACP) working within a GP practice.

Previously, the College-certified... read more

January 29, 2019

The Personal Health Risk Assessment (Prevention) (G14066) has been amended to align with the GPSC planning fees. Effective January 1, 2019, physicians are no longer required to bill a visit fee in addition to the G14066 fee. A visit fee may still be billed in addition if... read more

January 10, 2019