Documentation Archives | PT Management

Physical Therapy Management Support Systems logo

PT/OT Skilled Therapeutic Exercise Documentation Examples

March 21, 2018
|
Comments off
|

The two most important PT/OT documentation requirements are demonstrating that care is (1) medically necessary and (2) skilled.

Care is regarded as “skilled” only if it is at a level of complexity and sophistication that requires the services of a therapist or an assistant supervised by a […]

Read more
Physical Therapy Continuing Education

PT INITIAL EVALUATIONS: FOCUS ON CLINICAL PRESENTATION

October 4, 2017
|
Comments off
|

Please opt-in using your email address to download this content via PT Management. You should receive an email confirmation with details to retrieve this download […]

Read more

Functional Limitations Reporting FAQ

September 25, 2017
|
Comments off
|

Please opt-in using your email address to download this content via PT Management. You should receive an email confirmation with details to retrieve this download […]

Read more

Keys to Effective PT-OT Documentation Questions and Answers from September 2017 Webinar

September 25, 2017
|
Comments off
|

Please opt-in using your email address to download this content via PT Management. You should receive an email confirmation with details to retrieve this download […]

Read more
Physical Therapy Continuing Education Courses

MIPS Reporting Not Required in 2017 and 2018

May 23, 2016
|
Comments off
|

Physical and Occupational Therapists do not need to report for MIPS in 2017 and 2018.

Beginning January 1, 2017, CMS is replacing PQRS with the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).  MIPS is intended to be a more flexible and comprehensive quality reporting system that also […]

Read more
Physical Therapy Continuing Education Online

Documenting the Skilled Provision of Therapeutic Exercise

August 12, 2015
|
Comments off
|

UHC and other payers are auditing claims and often denying the 2nd or 3rd unit/s of therex – particularly when the treatment plan includes use of a bicycle, which may extend to treadmills or other similar equipment.  These payers are taking the position that this is an […]

Read more