Do you provide Nurse Practitioner services to customers injured in a car crash? Here are a few things you should know.
Invoicing and reporting
ICBC Fee Guide for Health Care Providers
Nurse Practitioners who complete a report requested by ICBC must also include an invoice in order to receive payment. You may use the
health service provider invoice (CL392) or your own invoice format.
All invoices must include:
- ICBC claim number
- Date of accident
- Patient name
ICBC can not process payment if any of the above information is missing.
Please ensure reports are shared with ICBC only where patient consent has been granted or where requested under legislation. The CL489 series of reports may be requested by ICBC under Section 28/28.1 of the Insurance (Vehicle) Act.
You can submit reports and invoices by fax to 1-877-686-4222 or by mail to:
Return to ICBC
PO BOX 2121, STATION TERMINAL
Invoice and report templates
Nurse Practitioners are expected to assess patients and determine the recommended care plan in accordance with the guidelines and practice standards of their association.
Refer to the
Minor Injury Regulation made under the
Insurance (Vehicle) Act when treating a patient with an injury listed in sections 3 or 4 in the Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols.
ICBC has partnered with UBC Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to support furthering education for primary care providers. The following online modules are free and provide credits upon completion: