• Top 3 PT Billing Software Must-Haves Image

    articleJun 13, 2016 | 4 min. read

    Top 3 PT Billing Software Must-Haves

    When I go clothes shopping, I usually head straight to the clearance rack (I love a good bargain), but—as my husband loves to remind me—there’s a solid reason some of those items didn’t sell for full-price. Sure, sometimes the manufacturer made too many—or a particular style didn’t sell as well as planned. Most of the time, though, the discounted items are simply poor quality—and that’s why it’s crucial to be able to spot the difference between cheap …

  • The PT's Guide to Billing Image

    downloadJun 7, 2016

    The PT's Guide to Billing

    When it comes to physical therapy billing, you have to know your stuff—because even the simplest mistakes can cause denials. Of course, knowing billing backwards and forwards doesn’t have to be complicated. That’s why we created a comprehensive billing resource specifically for PTs. Take the guesswork out of billing. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.

  • Billing Software vs. RCM Service: What's the Difference, and What's Right for Your Practice? Image

    articleJun 1, 2016 | 5 min. read

    Billing Software vs. RCM Service: What's the Difference, and What's Right for Your Practice?

    Billing is one of the most complicated aspects of running a clinic. And now that ICD-10 is in full effect, you could be dealing with an even bigger billing beast (say that three times fast). That’s because in addition to knowing the tongue-twisting details of PT billing , you’ve had to align all of your clinic’s processes—from patient intake to claim submission—with the requirements associated with the new code set. That’s a tall order, and I’m betting …

  • 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 …

  • Payment Reform and Occupational Therapy: Why Learning ICD-10 is Good for OTs Image

    articleApr 28, 2016 | 7 min. read

    Payment Reform and Occupational Therapy: Why Learning ICD-10 is Good for OTs

    As Occupational Therapy Month comes to a close, it’s a good time to consider all of the pending changes in health care and how they will affect our field. Soon, healthcare providers will be reimbursed for their services in very different ways: new payment models will be driven by data demonstrating effective care, and ICD-10 codes—which serve as one method for gathering such quality data—will be scrutinized to determine what types of people are consuming health care …

  • Top 10 Blog Posts for 2015 Image

    articleDec 30, 2015 | 5 min. read

    Top 10 Blog Posts for 2015

    Before we belt out our best renditions of “Auld Lang Syne,” light off fireworks, and make some new resolutions, let’s take a moment to look back at the top WebPT Blog posts of 2015. Grab a glass of sparkling cider, kick back, and relax—because you’re in for a treat. Here are the WebPT articles that rehab therapists read the most this year (based on page views). This list includes blog posts published between January 1 and December …

  • Auld Lang Ouch! 10 ICD-10 Codes to Ring in the New Year Image

    articleDec 28, 2015 | 5 min. read

    Auld Lang Ouch! 10 ICD-10 Codes to Ring in the New Year

    Put on your party pants, people; it’s New Year’s Eve (well, nearly). This is a super-fun holiday, but don’t get overzealous with your carousing ways, because trust me—the results can be disastrous. To illustrate my point, here are ten ways to ruin your plans, as told by ICD-10. Bottoms Up 1. F10.10, Alcohol abuse, uncomplicated You’re in a deep, committed relationship—and like the code suggests, it’s not complicated at all. You love champagne. Like, sooooo much. You …

  • The 12 Codes of Christmas Image

    articleDec 13, 2015 | 5 min. read

    The 12 Codes of Christmas

    ’Tis the holiday season—a time to decorate, indulge in tasty treats, and celebrate with family and friends. Not surprisingly, the busy whirlwind that is December is ripe for injuries and accidents. As this Code It Right Online blog post explains, “holiday decorations like Christmas trees and candles and holiday-decorating activities such as stringing outdoor lights can result in injuries, deaths, and property loss.” Not the most pleasant thing to think about during what should be the most …

  • Founder Letter: 6 Predictions for 2016  Image

    articleDec 3, 2015 | 10 min. read

    Founder Letter: 6 Predictions for 2016

    According to Merriam-Webster , a prediction is “a statement about what will happen or might happen in the future.” I don’t know about you, but when I think about what’s in store for our industry, I’m not satisfied with applying that definition to my hopes for the future. Why? Because I’m about more than just making statements; I’m about taking action. So, how do we take steps to improve our bottom lines, the quality of our care, …

  • One ICD-10 FAQ to Rule Them All Image

    downloadNov 25, 2015

    One ICD-10 FAQ to Rule Them All

    The transition to ICD-10 was an unexpected journey for many healthcare providers—and making the switch was no easy quest. That’s why we traveled far over the Misty Mountains cold—and to dungeons deep and caverns old—to gather the answers to your most frequently asked ICD-10 questions.   Now, it’s time to head to the Shire, eat second breakfast, and make your coding concerns disappear. To go there (and back again), download the One ICD-10 FAQ to Rule Them …

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