Effective date: October 1, 2011
Application: All customers requiring podiatry services on and after the effective date
Policy subject: Health care services – providers
To establish billing requirements for podiatry services provided to Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) customers
Podiatry, also referred to as chiropody, means the health science pertaining to the medical care of the human foot as performed by a podiatrist.
Podiatrist, also referred to as chiropodist, means a member of the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists who has received the education recognized by the council of the Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists, to engage in the practice of podiatry.
03(1), 104(1), 115(c); The Podiatry Act, 2003
PRO 19/94 Medical Fees – Chiropody
01 January 2014. References updated in accordance with The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013
01 November 2017. Requirement for original receipts updated to copies of original receipts; however, original receipts must be retained for 12 months from submission date, as they may be requested by the WCB for audit purposes.
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