We would like to announce a specialized series of workshops that will be incorporated into our ongoing workshops. This series is the OptimisPT Billing 101 Workshop Series. These bite-size learning pieces are perfect for admin staff and therapists alike. It’s all the small pieces within the entire clinic that can impact the bottom line of your practice.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Medicare suspended audits. Now that the Public Health Emergency (PHE) is more under control, Medicare has resumed the audit process and it may feel to some like CMS is making up for lost time. Here are the three main types of audits and how to fair well should your practice be selected.
We’re pleased to announce a new offering for 2022 dedicated to helping outpatient rehab practices become more efficient, proficient and effective in their daily workflows. We’re excited to offer OptimisPT Workshops: mini bite-size learning sessions meant for you to be able to take away information to make a tangible and immediate change.
As the new year approaches, we wanted to offer some tips and information to help you prepare your rehab therapy practice. This includes some important beginning of the year housekeeping tasks, as well as investigating new processes to implement which will help your practice be more efficient.
January 1, 2022 is almost here, so we wanted to make sure that you are aware of any changes that may need your attention in the rehab world. We’ve pulled together information regarding some of the more important changes occurring in the new year.
When was the last time you completed a sanity check on your therapy coding and billing within your practice? Here are some key questions, compiled by billing experts, to help you perform a sanity check and prevent accidental billing and coding errors.
On July 13, 2021 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released their Proposed Payment Rule for Calendar Year 2022. We’ve taken the liberty of summarizing the key proposed changes that will directly affect outpatient rehab therapy services.
Within this blog, we are discussing 5 common reasons why physical therapy claims get denied. By recognizing some of the most common errors that lead to denials, you can establish checks and balances to help mitigate your denial percentage, improving your practice’s bottom line.