After the recent congressional recess patients and providers have found themselves in an awkward developmental situation. Congress didn’t address the Medicare therapy cap in a purposeful way, and this inaction has caused distress from the APTA community. The recent bipartisan decision to permanently end the therapy hard cap. On January 1st, the hard cap of $2,010 for physical therapy and speech-language pathology services was instituted, and the exceptions that permit services beyond that value (through use of the KX modifier) no longer apply.
Access free webinar highlighting steps to take to protect therapists, patients and the community during COVID-19 crisis Pittsburgh, PA, April 1, 2020 – To provide much-needed guidance to rehab therapists on how to adapt care delivery during the current COVID-19 epidemic, Net Health is providing free access to “Social Distancing for Rehab Therapists,” the latest […]Read More