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.
The decision to open your own rehab therapy practice is not one that should be taken lightly and it is not the right decision for everyone. To help those of you who have dreamed of opening your own clinic and are brave enough to actually do it, we have compiled some key considerations to start you on the path to success.
We are in a great position, as therapists, to help detect scoliosis in our communities. This blog is designed to illustrate that you may not know what you don’t know about treating this condition.
When implementing an electronic medical records system (EMR) one of the most overlooked considerations is end user training. This is arguably the most important aspect of a successful implementation and successful continued use of an EMR.
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.
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.
Passwords are one of the most annoying parts about any technology that requires authentication, however, it’s one of the most important parts of cybersecurity. One way to protect your organization is by educating yourself and your employees on the importance of passwords and how they can affect the cybersecurity of your practice.