Providers cannot retroactively create or change service reservations. When a service reservation is modified, both the participant and the provider must accept the change. The supplier search tool, available on myplace's provider and participant portals, offers both suppliers and participants the ability to search for suppliers by name, location and group of services or professionals. If you agree to share your plan with providers, they will be able to see the basic details of the plan, such as your name, NDIS number, date of birth and your goals.
It's important to remember that it's your decision to allow providers to access parts of your plan if providers demand access to your plan. You can choose to share your information with some providers and not with others. Providers decide their prices based on the cost of providing supports or services. The NDIA does not set the prices that suppliers charge it.
You can negotiate with your supplier and they can't charge you more than the price limit. You can download the latest price agreements, price limits and the NDIS support catalog on the pricing page. You can check your NDIS plan through the myplace portal to see how many funds you have left and how much your provider has been paid. Partner health providers provide tests, evaluations, and reports that inform the access and planning decisions made by NDIA delegates (planners) under the NDIS Act.
Learn more about using this tool. All existing suppliers that access the myplace supplier portal myplace will be able to access the my NDIS supplier portal. All housing specializing in housing for people with disabilities (SDA) must be enrolled in the NDIA through my NDIS provider portal. The my NDIS provider portal is separate from the MyPlace provider portal, where providers submit payment requests and create service bookings.
NIS applies to any digital service provider that is based outside the United Kingdom, but that provides digital services within the United Kingdom. This includes expanding the range of people you can offer support to and expanding your online presence through the NDIS Provider Finder tool. To help participants find suppliers in the Provider Search, it is important that all their data is up to date in the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission). The NDIS price agreements and price limits list the maximum prices that providers can request for personal care, community access, domestic assistance, and professional services.
The AHPA provider preparation checklist (external) contains important information on how to become an NDIS provider. Pricing agreements are the rules for when and how a provider can request support and services from their NDIS funds. If your plan is managed by the NDIA or is managed by a plan, your provider must follow the price agreements and price limits of the NDIS. The locations of the suppliers are shown on a map (unless the supplier has chosen to have their address deleted).
The step-by-step guide to my NDIS provider portal describes how my NDIS provider portal works with examples of the menus and screens of the portal. Some vendors offer support from different locations and the vendor finder can display this information using the “Point of Sale Details” feature.