Pocket Guide to Therapy Documentation
Put documentation tips in the palm of your hand with documentation pocket guides made just for therapists! Proper documentation is vital to reimbursement and patient care in the therapy setting. Improper documentation can lead to a host of problems including denials, decreased reimbursement and lawsuits. Unfortunately, therapists don't receive formal training on documentation and are often left to decipher the confusing requirements set forth by Medicare, Medicaid, and managed care companies, alone. A quick, affordable and convenient tool to address therapy documentation The Pocket Guide to Therapy Documentation offers documentation tips and advice in a convenient and handy format. You'll keep this resource close at hand to ensure complete and accurate patient records. Ensure proper documentation and save time with these benefits: Condensed information and easy-to-read bulleted lists, charts, and tabs for quick reference Fast access to reimbursement and coding information Review documentation requirements in less time for all patient encounters including: Initial examination Evaluation Prognosis Diagnosis Reexamination Discharge Tests and measures Therapy managers in Long-Term Care, home health, and hospital settings will want to purchase one for each Occupational Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, and Physical Therapist in their facility.
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