GPs should rest easy because there is no ban on co-claiming for attendance along with the MBS mental health treatment items, says the Federal Department of Health.

An angry storm has raged over the targeting of 341 GPs for high rates of co-claims for items 2700-2717, with many GPs saying they now fear being audited and sanctioned for treating

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