Entries by George Konold

Physical Therapy Billing | Networks and processes

A Must Read for Every Owner of a Rehab or Physical Therapy Practice Yaffa Liebermann (Prime Rehabilitation Services, Inc. 220 White Plains Road, Suite 550, Terrytown, NY 10591) This review is from: Medical Billing Networks and Processes – Profitable and Compliant Revenue Cycle Management in the Internet Age (Hardcover) Physical therapists have a strong background…

PT Clinic Control 4 | Physical Therapy Software Systems Integration and Optimization

Best Practices for physical therapy software systems integration and optimization By Diane McCutcheon Chris Martin: Let’s see…we spoke about the three service components: process, people, and technology. We spoke about how to control the people and technology components and how to compute your priorities. Diane, can you elaborate on the process component? Diane McCutcheon: Most physical…

PT Clinic Control 3 | Costs-Benefit Analysis of Documentation

Best practices for physical therapy billing [youtube_video] GbOZpWZGLIw [/youtube_video] Chris Martin: So, are you saying that the cost of visit documentation is much higher than just the cost of the SOAP system [as part of the physical therapy billing process] because it takes YOUR time to document? Dave Macolino: Precisely. The practice owner’s time is the…

Physical Therapy Software | bestPT gets me paid – Michael Walsh, PT

Billing Dynamix and bestPT gets Michael Walsh, PT “PAID” at his Physical Therapy Practice How? By using the physical therapy software that was developed with physical therapy practices in mind.  The documentation can be completed in a matter of clicks and the claim scrubbers ensure quick payment from the notoriously slow Payers.

Physical Therapy Billing | Understanding AR | Gain a Peace of Mind and Double Your Profitability

Yuval Lirov, PhD and Eldad De-Medonsa, PhD Physical Therapy clinic owners complain about nightmares and headaches because of lack of control and low predictability of their cash-flow. Without the ability to predict your cash-flow, you cannot measure or control your profitability. Your cash-flow fluctuates from month to month because of uneven patient flow and charge differences between various patient…

Wellness | Body Mechanics for Everyday Living

By Elizabeth C. Finch, PT, Co-owner G&E Therapies Does your back hurt? Do you have difficulty with daily functional activities? Back pain can limit your life and make you miserable. There are many reasons for back pain. It can be a congenital problem or pain from an accident but the most common cause is repetitive…

The Bottom Line of Physical Therapy Billing

by Nina Silberstein @ Physical Therapy Products, January 2011 Whether you keep it in-house or outsource, navigating billing and reimbursement procedures can be a tricky process As much as you enjoy treating your patients, billing and claim reimbursement are most likely not on the top of your list of pleasurable tasks. You probably didn’t learn…