RehabCare The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) recently delivered its annual report to Congress on Medicare Payment Policy and provided testimony before the House Ways and Means Health subcommittee. The report includes recommendations for fiscal year 2014 payment updates and reforms to the reimburse
Margaret Schmidt April is Occupational Therapy Month, and RehabCare extends a sincere thank you to our occupational therapists for their hard work and commitment to restoring function for our patients.
While folks in our industry know what is meant by occupational therapy, we realize not everyone understands t
Margaret Schmidt In this final post in our series on mobile applications in therapy, we are highlighting apps for patients’ personal use that meet various needs during and after rehabilitation.
A recent study from Australia's Royal Rehabilitation Centre found that mobile app users had fewer memory failures .
RehabCare April 1, 2013 will bring with it the application of the 2% Medicare Sequester and the increase of the Multiple Payment Procedure Reduction (MPPR) percentage to 50% on the practice expense (PE) component of subsequent CPT codes for outpatient therapies.
But what does it all mean?
2% Medicare Seques
Margaret Schmidt To ensure fall victims can return to living as independently as possible, we must teach them to combat the fear of falling, Long-Term Living Magazine recently reported . “One of the biggest impacts of falling can’t be detected on an X-ray: The fear of falling again,” said Pamela Tabar.
Margaret Schmidt We are back this month with the third installment of RehabCare Advantage’s series on mobile applications in therapy. Therapists are increasingly using apps as tools in therapy, and in January, we reported that more than half of occupational therapists use them. Today we bring you some of the b
Margaret Schmidt A solid education foundation is imperative to success in therapy. RehabCare believes in investing in education at every step to give therapy students ample opportunities to succeed and best serve our communities.
RehabCare’s Student Programs division focuses on teaching and recruiting the br
Margaret Schmidt Prior to successful interdisciplinary care with RehabCare , George, 77, spent four previously discouraging weeks at an acute rehabilitation facility and faced the prospect of long-term care. George had lived at home with his wife and family nearby, but he experienced a rapid cognitive decline t
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