Remote Therapeutic Monitoring: Your Guide for Coding Changes in 2022

By |2021-12-06T17:37:51-05:00November 30th, 2021|Latest News + Research|

CMS intends to debut five new Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RPM) codes in January 2022, allowing physical therapists and possibly other rehabilitation providers to bill for the time they spend monitoring and analyzing patient data collected from in-home medical devices. These new codes have the potential to expand telehealth and hybrid care offerings in the rehabilitation space, increasing the accessibility and convenience of rehab services for patients and maximizing revenue for outpatient practices. Learn how remote therapeutic monitoring can improve patient adherence and outcomes in your practice.

4 Ways Technology Must Improve Post-Pandemic Class Communication

By |2021-11-20T00:06:04-05:00September 27th, 2021|Latest News + Research|

Covid-19 accelerated the adoption of technology within the school system at large — that much is clear to everyone. What isn’t clear, however, is how well that technology managed the vital, human communication necessary for effective education in the absence of face-to-face contact. Read on for what the latest reviewed research says your next communication platform must have to jumpstart a true hybrid education solution for schools and students everywhere — without the panic of a pandemic!

Valid Reasons to Terminate a Patient from your PT Practice

By |2021-12-06T17:38:38-05:00September 17th, 2021|Latest News + Research|

Elsewhere on the blog, we’ve discussed the practical and clinical reasons to suggest that a patient should pause or stop physical therapy in 5 Reasons to Stop PT. However, we haven’t yet considered the darker side of this conversation: what happens when a patient’s behavior makes you and your colleagues feel unsafe? In this article, we’ll discuss several situations in which you may need to terminate a patient and the steps to take in this process.

New Telehealth Research: Best Use Cases and Current Limitations [2021]

By |2021-12-06T10:45:11-05:00July 19th, 2021|General Healthcare, Latest News + Research|

The increased use of tele-health services during the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an explosion of research on the topic, with some providers, including rehabilitation professionals, questioning its efficacy and feasibility. (1) Today, we’ll delve into the currently available research to consider what telehealth in 2021 can and can’t do for providers and patients in the rehab realm.

Microlearning: Why Every Patient Needs It and How Your Practice Can Adopt It

By |2021-12-05T20:24:10-05:00June 25th, 2021|Latest News + Research, Patient/Clients For Life|

Research says that we use technology to learn more now than ever before – especially those born from the 1980s onward. (1) So, if your patients are already using technology to learn in school and the workplace, why not apply the same approach to deliver health-related information to them throughout treatment? You can – through a technique known as “microlearning.”

The Great Covid-19 WFH Experiment: What Pandemic Innovations Mean for Your Practice

By |2021-12-05T20:25:11-05:00June 18th, 2021|Latest News + Research|

In many ways, the Covid-19 pandemic turned society on its head, and the changes it wrought are the topic of much discussion across nearly all industries. Countless employees began working from home full-time, and they encountered numerous new challenges throughout this transition. It’s not all gloom and doom, however. All this disruption has been a driver for innovation and change. Today, we’ll investigate how the great work from home (WFH) experiment of 2020 changed the way we work, and how rehab providers can embrace these changes to their benefit.

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