Here is a summary of legislative and regulatory developments and challenges for the fourth quarter of 2018 and their practical implications:
Most practices are familiar with Medicare’s “8 Minute Rule” for billing time-based CPT codes. While Medicare historically required compliance with the rule, most workers’ compensation regulations did not address it. Until now.
At PhysicalOne™ Physical Therapy and Wellness, holistic care is carried out through harmonized services delivered by a collaborative care team.
A new study shows that immediate referral to and initiation (within 3 days) of physical therapy may lead to reduced utilization and costs for acute LBP patients.
A new breed of spine care professionals strives to deliver more efficient, value-based care for those suffering from low back pain and other spine-related disorders.
At Strive, outcomes are important, and the expectation to meet your goals applies to patients and providers alike.
Here is a summary of legislative and regulatory developments and challenges for the third quarter of 2018 and their practical implications:
A Predictive Model for Conservative ACL Treatment – What the Workers’ Comp Industry Can Learn from a Sports Medicine Study
A new sports medicine study has identified early predictors of successful 2-year outcomes in those who opt for nonsurgical treatment of an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.
Patients tap into organization’s collective expertise at more than 70 locations in Western Pa.
Physical therapy – which is typically considered a very hands-on medical service – is another story. When asked, patients often have a hard time envisioning how physical therapy could possibly be delivered remotely.