Proactive’s team includes certified MDS/RAI coordinators, Health Facility Administrators, former corporate Clinical Nurse Specialists, Therapy Operations Directors and Compliance Officers.
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Ask Proactive – Do you recommend including concurrent therapy in your POC & rationale? For group tx, there is a separate CPT code. Many therapists may provide concurrent tx later in the plan of care when patient is safer.
Q: Do you recommend including concurrent therapy in your POC & rationale? For group tx, there is a separate CPT code. Many therapists may provide concurrent tx later in the plan of care when patient is safer. A: Modes of Therapy are outlined in Chapter 3...