When it comes to punctuality, here’s my motto: “If you’re early, you’re on time. If you’re on time, you’re late.” Maybe I think that way because I have a Type A personality (holy organization, Batman). Or, maybe it’s because this rule truly applies in many situations—even in physical therapy billing.
Did you know that the singular form of the word “confetti” is “ confetto ”? Or that sharks have literally attacked the Internet ? Or that we can thank Shakespeare for inventing the word “manager?” (Yeah, that one surprised me, too!) There’s a lot of collective human knowledge that each of us as individuals will never get a chance to learn about—and I mean a lot.
The fifth annual PT Day of Service™ is taking the entire world by storm on October 12. We invite you to join thousands of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, students, and others as we serve our local and global communities.
Charging different rates for the same therapy service is possible—sometimes. Learn how to navigate the legal minefield of discounts here:
So, you’re opening a brand new PT private practice—but is your billing process actually ready to handle patients?
At first glance, Medicare and Medicaid might seem like twins, or a dynamic duo, or two peas in a pod—basically, inseparable. They’re both government healthcare programs; they were both created at the same time; they’re both confusing and usually don’t boast the best reimbursement rates; and they even sound alike (they both start with “Medi-,” right?).
Healthcare billing can get even the best billers tangled up in knots—and it’s no wonder why. Between tracking and adhering to shifting payer guidelines, managing patient claims, verifying insurance, and defending against denials, billers are pulled and twisted in a million different directions.
Verifying patient insurance benefits can feel overwhelming—but you can actually accomplish it all in three easy steps!
If you’re unhappy with the relationship you have with a payer, you don’t have to stay in-network. Out-of-network providers thrive, too!