Proper preparation and a few healthy habits can assure recreational athletes are consistently ready for action.
Creativity, problem-solving, and assessment help forge the foundation for a work conditioning/hardening program.
In a recent congressional report, the Senate Special Committee on Aging assesses the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s (CMS) attempts to curb improper payments.
Comments submitted by AMRPA to CMS voice concern regarding changes in its proposed FY 2015 rule for the inpatient rehabilitation facility prospective payment system (IRF PPS), which it says could potentially limit patient access to key rehabilitation services provided in an inpatient rehabilitation hospital and unit.
The National Transitions of Care Coalition (NTOCC) recently announced its support for Medicare Transitional Care Act of 2014, legislation designed to improve transitions of care for the Medicare beneficiaries at the highest risk for readmission during their transition from a hospital setting to their home, skilled nursing facility, or next point of care.
A statement released by American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association (AMRPA) chairman Bruce M. Gans, MD, responds to the MedPAC June Report to Congress, and its recommendation to implement a site-neutral Medicare payment policy for certain conditions treated in inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, units, and skilled nursing facilities.
The APTA reports that CMS has implemented a variety of fixes intended to decrease the number of rejects in the processing of functional limitation reporting (FLR) claims.
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Physical therapist-owned-and-operated Rehab Management Solutions (RMS) will host an educational web event centered on compliant documentation and coding, on May 13.
At a recent Risk Management Society (RIMS) Conference, One Call Care Management reports that it outlined challenges for workers’ compensation stemming from a trend of obesity among workers and key strategies intended to control claims costs and improving outcomes for obese, injured workers.