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Pursuant to section 21 of the Workers Compensation Act, WorkSafeBC introduced a new dietitian fee schedule on July 21, 2008.
WorkSafeBC does not currently have a formal agreement with dietitians. Dietitians may be authorized to render health care services. When a worker in B.C. suffers an injury as a result of a workplace accident, WorkSafeBC pays the cost of appropriate treatment according to the fee schedule.
All dietitians providing treatment to injured workers are deemed to have accepted the terms of the dietitian fee schedule. Dietitians not wishing to accept these terms should not provide treatment to injured workers.
Dietitians must be registered and in good standing with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia in order to provide services to injured workers.
The WorkSafeBC officer must approve dietitian services.
To bill WorkSafeBC for your services, include only those fee items outlined in the following fee schedule (PDF 35kb).
Billing and reporting
Billing: All billing shall quote the appropriate fee item code and be submitted using the Generic Invoice – Medical and Health Care (PDF 116kb).
Reporting: All reporting shall be submitted using the Generic Report – Medical and Health Care (PDF 173kb).
To check the status of an invoice payment from WorkSafeBC online, go to Check invoice payment status.
Please call Health Care Services at 604 232-7787 or toll-free 1 866 244-6404 for further information.