The CTG PBS Co-payment Measure provides low or no-cost PBS prescriptions to
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
• Use HPOS to register patients online.
• You can also complete the Indigenous Health Incentive and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Co-Payment Measure Patient Registration and Consent form (IP017) at humanservices.gov.au/pip
The following practitioners are eligible prescribers:
• medical practitioners working in a general practice that’s participating in the Indigenous Health
Incentive under PIP
• medical practitioners working in an Indigenous Health Service in rural or urban settings
• medical specialists, where the patient is referred to them by a medical practitioner working in a
general practice that’s participating in the Indigenous Health Incentive under PIP.
• Select the CTG field in the prescribing software. A CTG code will be added to the prescription.
For example, CTG11K.
• Once printed, check the prescription to make sure it’s been added. If it hasn’t, follow the advice
below for paper prescriptions.
The doctor writes the letters ‘CTG’ and adds their signature or initials. For example:
CTG John Citizen, or
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