Physical therapy billing is complicated, and choosing the right solution to handle your processes can be challenging—to say the least. That’s exactly we created this quiz—to help you determine which solution can help you more efficiently run your practice.

So, which one should you choose? Billing software or an RCM service?

Take this quiz to find out.

 
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  • PT Billing Tips from the Trenches Image

    articleMay 22, 2017 | 6 min. read

    PT Billing Tips from the Trenches

    It’s hard out here for a biller—between dodging denials, hunting past-due balances, and navigating the ever-changing compliance climate, keeping a rehab therapy practice’s billing processes in tip-top shape is no simple feat. The heat is definitely on when a good portion of your company’s cash flow falls squarely on your shoulders—but you don’t have to go it alone. In fact, we’ve rounded up several therapy billing gurus who were happy to lend their expertise and spill some …

  • Healthcare Payment Solutions Should Reduce Costs—Not Add to Them Image

    articleDec 28, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Healthcare Payment Solutions Should Reduce Costs—Not Add to Them

    In recent years, electronic tools and technological innovations have fundamentally changed the nature of health care—including how providers handle payments for their services. However, many of the solutions that are supposed to make A/R management easier are highly fragmented and inefficient—and they consume a disproportionate share of healthcare dollars compared to payments systems in other industries. According to the American Hospital Association , uncollectible healthcare services account for billions of dollars of lost revenue every year. And …

  • ICD-10 Crash Course: Last-Minute Training for PTs, OTs, and SLPs Image

    webinarSep 2, 2015

    ICD-10 Crash Course: Last-Minute Training for PTs, OTs, and SLPs

    It’s officially here: the last month before all HIPAA-eligible professionals must switch to the ICD-10 code set. As the regret of procrastination washes over many of those professionals, they’re scrambling to ready themselves and their practices for the big switch. If you, like so many other rehab therapists, find yourself asking, “ICD-what?” then you’re in dire need of straightforward training—stat! Otherwise, you could leave your practice vulnerable to claim denials after October 1. Join us at 9:00 …

  • The Complete PT Billing FAQ Image

    articleMay 24, 2016 | 25 min. read

    The Complete PT Billing FAQ

    Over the years, WebPT has a hosted a slew of billing webinars and published dozens of billing-related blog posts. And in that time, we’ve received our fair share of tricky questions. Now, in an effort to satisfy your curiosity, we’ve compiled all of our most common brain-busters into one epic FAQ. Don’t see your question? Ask it in the comments below. (And be sure to check out this separate PT billing FAQ we recently put together.) Questions …

  • Coding Faux Pas: 5 Common Rehab Therapy Billing Mistakes Image

    articleMay 9, 2017 | 7 min. read

    Coding Faux Pas: 5 Common Rehab Therapy Billing Mistakes

    As the old saying goes, “To err is human.” But when human error stands between you and timely reimbursements, it’s difficult to remain philosophical. From missing GP modifiers to miscalculated coding units, here are five common billing mistakes that keep rehab therapists from getting paid. 1. Omitted Modifiers Modifiers: Easily applied; even more easily overlooked. Therapy modifiers—including GP, GO, and GN—specify to the payer what kind of therapy service was provided (e.g., physical, occupational, or speech therapy). …

  • 4 Keys to Keeping a Steady Cash Flow Image

    articleMay 18, 2016 | 5 min. read

    4 Keys to Keeping a Steady Cash Flow

    As a private practice clinic owner, you’re probably familiar with the cold sweat-inducing struggle to keep a steady cash flow. Claims management muck-ups, inefficient processes, staff issues, and lack of insight into your clinic’s financial health can leave you feeling like you’re riding a revenue rollercoaster. So, whether you’re trying to maximize reimbursements , combat employee theft , or optimize patient payments , these four keys to maintaining a steady cash flow will help you even out …

  • Creating the Perfect PT Billing Workflow Image

    articleJul 14, 2015 | 7 min. read

    Creating the Perfect PT Billing Workflow

    In an ideal world, patients would know their benefits like the back of their hands, we’d have a global payer list, and every claim would be accepted on the first try. But the world is not a perfect place, and there’s only so much you can control. Still, you can do your darndest to get close to the perfect billing workflow. Perfect—or near-perfect—billing begins way before you even create the claim. So, let’s start at the very …

  • Denial Management FAQ Image

    articleMay 26, 2017 | 22 min. read

    Denial Management FAQ

    During our denial management webinar , we discussed the difference between rejections and denials, explained how to handle both, and provided a five-step plan for stopping them in their tracks. The webinar concluded with an exhaustive Q&A, and we’ve amassed the most common questions here. Insurance Issues Claim Quandaries Compliance Qualms Documentation Dilemmas Front-Office Frustrations Insurance Issues We’ve had issues with auto insurances denying 97112 (neuromuscular re-education) for non-neuro diagnoses, even in cases when the patient’s medical …

  • Aging Out: A/R Basics for Rehab Therapy Practices Image

    articleJul 10, 2018 | 5 min. read

    Aging Out: A/R Basics for Rehab Therapy Practices

    Some folks say the best things in life are free. While that may be true in many cases, in a rehab therapy practice, the best things ( like keeping the lights on , for instance) require cash money. But as any practice manager or biller knows, cash flow from paid claims isn’t always consistent. Between fluctuating reimbursements and aging claims, keeping track of your clinic’s revenue can be a full-time job—especially if you don’t have an efficient …

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