Author Archives: akaptao

31 Jul
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CMS to Host Fee Schedule Webinar for APTA Members

The webinar is free, but space is limited. Source: APTA Feed CMS to Host Fee Schedule Webinar for APTA Members

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27 Jul
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At the State Level, a Very Good Year for PTs and PTAs

Progress at the state level. Source: APTA Feed At the State Level, a Very Good Year for PTs and PTAs

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25 Jul
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The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 1: 5 Things You Need to Know About What MIPS Might Look Like for PTs Next Year

5 things to know about how MIPS may be rolled out for PTs in 2019. Source: APTA Feed The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 1: 5 Things You Need to Know About What MIPS Might Look Like for PTs Next Year

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25 Jul
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The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 2: Quality Reporting Options Other Than MIPS

There’s more to the Quality Payment Program than MIPS. Source: APTA Feed The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 2: Quality Reporting Options Other Than MIPS

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25 Jul
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The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 3: The End of FLR, the Move to PTA-Specific Codes, and a Nod to Technology

Here’s a rundown of 3 of the biggest non-Quality Payment Program-related changes included in the proposed physician fee schedule. Source: APTA Feed The 2019 Fee Schedule, Part 3: The End of FLR, the Move to PTA-Specific Codes, and a Nod ...

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25 Jul
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APTA Offers Help With Payment Denials

The letters make it easier for members to appeal a claim denial. Source: APTA Feed APTA Offers Help With Payment Denials

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24 Jul
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Study: Popular Shoulder Procedure Provides No Relevant Clinical Benefit Over 'Placebo Surgery'

Researchers noted “marked improvement” among all the participants, but that was the problem. Source: APTA Feed Study: Popular Shoulder Procedure Provides No Relevant Clinical Benefit Over 'Placebo Surgery'

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20 Jul
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From PTJ: Are Pain Measures Asking the Right Questions?

July 20. 2018: From PTJ: Are Pain Measures Asking the Right Questions? Source: APTA Feed From PTJ: Are Pain Measures Asking the Right Questions?

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18 Jul
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, July 2018

Nice support of PTs from a clinical psychologist in this month’s Good Stuff. Source: APTA Feed The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, July 2018

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17 Jul
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What's the Best Post-TKA Intervention in the Acute Care Setting? There's No Easy Answer, Say Researchers

Authors were able to come up with a definitive conclusion, albeit not the most rewarding one for those looking for guidance. Source: APTA Feed What's the Best Post-TKA Intervention in the Acute Care Setting? There's No Easy Answer, Say Researchers

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