This section contains all the forms necessary for managing registration with the NDSS.
Registration with the NDSS is free and only needs to be done once. To find out more about the registration process, including eligibility requirements, please visit the Registration page
Insulin Pump Consumables Assessment
If you would like your patients to be able to purchase IPCs from the NDSS, you will need to complete an Insulin Pump Consumables Assessment Form to show they meet all relevant criteria. This needs to be signed by an endocrinologist, specialist physician or credentialed diabetes educator.
Type 1 Diabetes Continuous Glucose Monitoring Eligibility Assessment
The Australian Government is now providing access to fully subsidised continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) products through the NDSS. To be eligible, the person with diabetes will need to be assessed by an authorised health professional to determine if they meet specific criteria.
The authorised health professionals for CGM assessment are endocrinologists, credentialled diabetes educators, and other health professionals specialising in diabetes (physicians, paediatricians or nurse practitioners).
If you need to authorise a change of device for a person with diabetes, or terminate their access to CGM through the NDSS, if they no longer meet the criteria, you will need to complete a CGM Update or Termination form, available below.
Product Order Forms
The NDSS gives your patients access to a large range of subsidised products that help them to affordably self-manage their diabetes. These products include:
- subsidised blood glucose testing strips
- subsidised urine testing strips
- free insulin syringes and pen needles (if you require insulin or an approved non-insulin injectable medication)
- subsidised insulin pump consumables (for approved persons with type 1 diabetes and gestational diabetes).