The Motor Accident Injury Accreditation Scheme

Updates for Accredited Medical Practitioners

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Update 20 February 2019: Attorney-General appoints the CTP Regulator as Administrator from 20 February 2019.

The Attorney-General appointed the CTP Regulator (established under the Compulsory Third Party Regulation Act 2016) as the MAIAS Administrator from 20 February 2019, and has approved the 2019 MAIAS Rules and 2019 ISV Medical Assessment Report templates. The MAIAS Rules prescribe the regulatory and service standards required for medical practitioners to achieve and maintain accreditation under the MAIAS.

The MAIAS Administrator has collaborated with the Return to Work Impairment Assessor Accreditation Scheme (RTW Scheme), administered by ReturntoWorkSA (RTWSA) to develop a joint process for applications, training and competency assessments.

Update 1 July 2016: New CTP Insurance Regulator and Insurers in South Australia

The new CTP Insurance Regulator (Regulator) is established as an independent statutory regulator under the Compulsory Third Party Insurance Regulation Act 2016. The Regulator is responsible for the oversight, monitoring and reporting of approved CTP insurer activities in the South Australian market, ensuring that a fair and affordable CTP Insurance Scheme (Scheme) is maintained, continuing to improve Scheme outcomes for the injured, providing consumer protections for motorists, and having oversight of the CTP Insurance premium setting process.

Since 1 July 2016, four private insurers provide CTP Insurance in SA:

  • AAMI

  • Allianz Australia Insurance Limited

  • QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited

  • SGIC

CTP claims for persons injured in Motor Vehicle Accidents prior to 1 July 2016 will continue to be managed by the Motor Accident Commission (MAC) and Allianz CTP Insurance.

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