Want to see the leading rehab therapy-specific EMR live and in action? Here’s your chance. In this month’s webinar, hosts Heidi Jannenga, PT, and Marketing Director Mike Manheimer will give you an introductory tour of WebPT, including who we are as a company as well as our documentation solution, built-in compliance features, and business tools. Plus, you’ll have a chance to ask all your burning EMR questions at the end of the presentation.
Stay on top of the latest rehab therapy tips, trends, and best practices.
In October, we hosted a webinar focused on the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. This session covered the importance of preparing sooner rather than later. It also:
- Explained the new diagnosis code set, including how it differs from ICD-9
- Gave examples of ICD-10 therapy codes
- Helped you make a plan to ensure your practice is ready
Beginning July 1, 2013, CMS is requiring that you complete functional limitation reporting (FLR) on all Medicare patients in order to receive reimbursement for your services. We know you want to get paid. That’s why it’s crucial you have functional limitation reporting down pat. With that in mind, WebPT will host a special webinar on May 20 to help you get fully prepared for FLR.
We’re on a mission to help you learn the billing alphabet, the language of codes, and the rubric of regulations. We want to help you get paid; teach you to tell your patients’ stories with precision and passion; and educate you on the correct process so you can use it precisely to make sure you’re getting exactly what you want and deserve.
In this 60-minute session, PT Heidi Jannenga, billing expert Stacey Abelman, and marketing manager Mike Manheimer will teach you the language of billing.
Between PQRS, Functional Limitation Reporting, and the updated Therapy Cap, there’s a lot going on with Medicare in 2013. Not to fret, though, WebPT’s got your back—and your life preserver.
In this month’s webinar, hosts Heidi Jannenga and Mike Manheimer will provide you with everything you need to know to successfully navigate the murky waters of Medicare, including a special section on three functional limitation reporting pitfalls to avoid.