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Pursuant to section 21 of the Workers’ Compensation Act, WorkSafeBC introduced a new Nurse Practitioner Fee Schedule on August 27, 2008.
WorkSafeBC does not currently have a formal agreement with nurse practitioners, who 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 a fee schedule.
All nurse practitioners providing treatment to injured workers are deemed to have accepted the terms of the Nurse Practitioner Fee Schedule. Nurse practitioners not wishing to accept these terms should not provide treatment to injured workers.
Nurse Practitioners must be registered and in good standing with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC) in order to provide services to injured workers.
A WorkSafeBC officer must pre-approve nurse practitioner services.
To bill WorkSafeBC for your services, include only those fee items outlined in the following fee schedule (PDF 33kb).
To check the status of an invoice payment from WorkSafeBC online, go to Check invoice payment status.