Aquatic Physical Therapy Clinical Competency Course: Aquatic Billing and Documentation
This course is a pre-requisite required to complete the Aquatic Physical Therapy Clinical Competency Certificate.
Documentation and Billing for Aquatic Physical Therapy Services is a 2-part competency-based assessment involving the foundations of clinical documentation and coding and billing required for the delivery of aquatic physical therapy services. Components of Part 1 include minimum documentation requirements, practice standards for documentation, incorporating APTA's 5 elements of patient/client management, establishing medical necessity of aquatic therapy services, defining reasonable and necessary services, and using functional reporting.
Part 2 includes important information on using correct coding to bill for aquatic therapy services, fraud and abuse, and denials. The course offers built-in knowledge checks using case studies to improve participants' understanding of the content. References are included in a separate file and are accessible at any time during the presentation.
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Following completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the essential elements of documentation required for aquatic physical therapy services.
- Describe the components of documentation required to support/justify the medical necessity of aquatic physical therapy services.
- Interpret the current CMS guidelines for reimbursement of aquatic physical therapy services.
- Identify correct coding and billing requirements for reimbursement of aquatic physical therapy.
- Answer questions with regard to documentation and billing for aquatic physical therapy services.
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