When you think about physical therapy billing, what words come to mind? If you’re like most people, it’s probably not “simple” or “stress free.” The fact is, PT billing is less like a stroll in the park and more like a journey through a labyrinth. It’s confusing, and the rules are ever-changing. But, if you want your practice to be successful, it’s also very, very necessary. That’s why we decided to create this comprehensive PT billing guide
Have you ever wondered how long you have to submit a claim before a payer will deny it out of hand? You’re not alone! Timely filing deadlines are non-standardized and totally hard to keep track of—which is why we created this printable PDF timely filing cheat sheet. It includes the timely filing deadlines for some of the largest payers and 33 different Blue Cross Blue Shield regional offshoots. Simply enter your email address below to get your
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Each year, we survey thousands of rehab therapy professionals on the metrics, strategies, and complicating factors that influence success in the current healthcare market. In 2019, we received more than 6,000 responses from individuals in a variety of settings, specialties, and geographic regions—and we’ve compiled all that data into the single most comprehensive annual report on the state of the rehab therapy industry.
Conversation hearts may be saccharine-sweet, but they aren’t a personal, super-special treat. So this year, when you want to show your appreciation to those special loved ones in your life, give them these adorable, therapy-specific valentines! Love is in the air; so pick up some chocolates, wrap everything in red ribbon, and print out your specialized valentine cards!
Is your documentation defensible enough to withstand scrutiny? Documentation is no one’s favorite, especially as increasing rules and regulations make it even harder to ensure your documentation is complete enough to withstand scrutiny. But, while documentation may not be the most-liked aspect of your job as a rehab therapist, it surely is a crucial one—for you and your patients.
Knowing when—and when not—to issue an Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage (ABN) can be a challenge for even the most senior provider. But, doing so correctly can mean the difference between being able to collect payment from your patients—and writing off denied charges as bad debt. And that can have a substantial impact on your practice’s bottom line—especially if you see a large number of Medicare beneficiaries.