Earlier this week, Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC—WebPT’s Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer—and John Wallace, WebPT’s Chief Business Development Officer of Revenue Cycle Management, paired up to answer rehab therapists’ most burning billing questions during a live Q&A-style webinar.
If you contract with third-party payers, then you’re most likely already familiar with the term [cue ominous thunder sounds] “prior authorization (a.k.a. preauthorization)”. And if you’re not yet, just wait. This Verywell article—written for patients—explains that when an insurance company requires prior authorization, healthcare providers must obtain approval from said insurance company before providing patient services, treatment, or equipment.
Most physical therapists chose this profession to help people—not to become the world’s greatest biller. And yet, in order to stay in business long enough to truly make a difference for your patients, you’ve got to know how to make a profit—and that requires a solid understanding of PT billing.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a change to the way the agency will process modifier 59 and the X modifiers on provider claims.
If you're not benchmarking, setting goals, and monitoring your PT practice’s progression toward those goals, you’re flying blind.
Recently, we’ve focused a lot of our content on marketing to acquire new patients, whether that's via physician referral or self-referral à la direct access. But, we'd be remiss not to talk about marketing to the patients who are currently in your care (i.e., retention marketing).
In this post, we’re exploring the factors practice owners should consider as they’re creating their marketing plan—and budget.
While you may not be able to prevent someone from sharing their negative perception of your practice online, you can certainly mitigate its impact on others.