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Aging in Place Home Modification Strategies Discussion

In this podcast episode, Melanie Hamilton-Basich of Rehab Management is joined by two longtime occupational therapists—Kirsten Davin OTD, OTR/L, ATP, SMS, and Bridget Scheidler EdD, OTR, CAPS—for a lively discussion about aging in place home modification strategies and considerations for occupational therapy clients as well as the education on this subject that’s available to therapists.

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Michael J. Fox Foundation Relaunches Monthly Parkinson’s Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) announces the re-launch of its Parkinson's Podcast — a monthly conversation hosted by Larry Gifford and designed to help people with Parkinson's disease (PD) and their care partners stay informed on the latest topics in research and care.

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Surprising Ways Outcomes Management Impacts Your Facility

Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Nikki Rasmussen, PT, Cert. MDT Clinical Lead, Provider Relations, FOTO, and J.W. Matheson, PT, DPT, MS, Owner and Clinic Director, Catalyst Sports Medicine, Hudson, Wis. Get two valuable perspectives about how to establish an outcomes management strategy with FOTO and how the 19thAnnual Clinical Outcomes Summit will help clinics use their outcomes data for real-world success!

Preventing and Treating Pressure Ulcers by Using a Seat Cushion That Performs Automatic Weight Shifts

Beginning April 18, join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management, as he speaks with Justine Kohlman, vice president of Aquila Corporation, who spotlights the results of a Cleveland Clinic study that examines how alternating air pressure cushion use provides reliable and effective pressure relief compared to independent pressure relief.

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Advanced Beneficiary Notices and the Medicare Program: Recent Updates

If you provide Medicare Part B fee-for-service care, are about to deliver services that exceed the therapy cap, or offer cash-pay services to Medicare patients the Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) could be vital in successfully collecting for services. Get the details in this exclusive podcast with John Wallace, PT, CEO, BMS Practice Solutions.

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Collections Done Right

Everyone likes to get paid, and on the business side of the outpatient therapy clinic, collections an important part of operations. Doing collections right, in fact, is essential to a practice’s livelihood. On this podcast Sturdy McKee, MPT, CEO of San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, shares important tips about co-pays, patient collections, and how automation tools can help to connect practices with what’s owed. Learn top three things clinics must do to collect 90% of copays or more up front–and more–on this program.

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Documentation Best Practices

Creating bullet proof documentation is a critical component of that. This is especially true in an environment when payor reimbursement is closely attached to the quality of documentation. Jerry Henderson, PT, shares important tips every therapist can use to make sure their documentation practices are at their best.

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Prepare for the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model

On April 1 CMS begins the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement model: find out what therapists need to know. You’ll also learn why CMS is focused on hip and knee replacements and the technology and services PTs need to participate successfully in this new care model. An exclusive interview with Jerry Henderson, PT, founder, and vice president for therapist success at Clinicient explains all beginning March 22.

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