Therapists often view documentation as onerous. But, as you well know, that certainly doesn’t mean the practice is invaluable or meaningless. In fact, documentation tells your patients’ stories and serves as a verifiable record of patient care, thereby giving key decision-makers (i.e., payers) the right information to determine your value. More importantly, defensible documentation helps you, the rehab therapist, prove your ability to achieve patient outcomes—and get paid. Still need some tips to tell your patients’ stories through defensible documentation?
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