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A treatment for a fracture to part of the upper arm bone close to the shoulder area (proximal humerus).

Treatment venue


Medical specialty

Orthopaedic surgery

Your care options

Bulk billing patient:

If you are bulk billed for a medical service you will have no out-of-pocket costs. The GP or specialist bills Medicare and accepts the Medicare benefit as full payment for the service.

Non-bulk billing patient:

GPs and specialists can set a fee for the service that is higher than the Medicare benefit. In this case you may have out-of-pocket costs. This is the difference between the service fee and the Medicare benefit.

In 2022-23

For patients who had an MBS item 47423 in a private setting across Central and Eastern Sydney, 0% had an out-of-pocket cost. Of those:

Patients typically paid: $0, Medicare paid: $195, Insurer paid: $0. Typical fees: $195.

Percent of patients who paid in 2022-23

100% of patients had no out-of-pocket costs

0% of patients had out-of-pocket costs

Low, typical, and high out-of-pocket costs

Of the 0% of people who had an out-of-pocket cost in 2022-23, the typical cost was calculated as follows:


What the fees and costs shown include

The fees and costs show typical fees for an individual service. They are based on data from 2022-23.

Each service is linked to a number listed on the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS), called an MBS item. Patients may have other MBS items as well, as multiple services may occur in a setting. The Medicare benefit amount(opens in new tab) has been rounded to the nearest dollar.

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What the fees and costs shown don’t include

  • Aftercare costs.
  • Costs associated with pharmaceuticals and other incidentals.

MBS item number(s) that may be the main treatment for an MBS item 47423.

MBS Item 47423

A treatment for a fracture to part of the upper arm bone close to the shoulder area (proximal humerus).