Physical Therapists’ Guide to Medicare
Physical therapists must accept Medicare in order to treat Medicare patients. Read on to learn about this heavily regulated US social insurance program.
Physical Therapists’ Guide to Functional Limitation Reporting
Functional limitation reporting (FLR) for Medicare Part B patients is no longer required as of January 1, 2019. Physical, occupational, and speech therapists may choose...
Physical Therapists’ Guide to G-Codes
Physical therapists used G-codes to satisfy certain requirements for reporting on Medicare patients’ function and condition.
Physical Therapists’ Guide to the Therapy Cap
In 2018, Medicare repealed its hard cap on physical therapy services. However, PTs must continue to track their patients’ progress toward an annual threshold.
Physical Therapists’ Guide to MIPS
Beginning in 2019, certain PTs, OTs, and SLPs are eligible to participate in the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System.
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