Who We Serve
Proactive offers solutions for SNF/post-acute providers, therapy providers, and attorneys. Our team of expert PT, OT, and SLP therapists, nurse, administrator, and billing consultants is uniquely positioned to assist SNF providers.
Proactive Offers Solutions that Allow Providers to Focus on Care
Post-acute care providers are facing many challenges–an ever changing regulatory environment, expanded government auditing, and a growing list of publicly reported quality measures. But your mission is centered on care excellence and consistently satisfying resident, referral source and community expectations. For smaller providers without extensive corporate support, the administrative and financial implications of balancing evolving regulatory compliance obligations and care quality can be difficult. Proactive is the budget-friendly answer to results oriented clinical, regulatory, and reimbursement compliance. Our talented team offers the support solutions that allow your staff to focus on care.
Skilled Nursing Facilities / Post Acute Providers
Proactive is the budget-friendly answer to results oriented clinical, regulatory, and reimbursement compliance. Our talented team offers the support solutions that allow your staff to focus on care.
Rehabilitation Therapy Service Providers
Proactive’s therapist consultants offer solutions for therapy department operations and oversight, medical review and compliance.
Proactive provides legal support solutions for health care provider regulatory compliance, medical review & appeals, medical record audits, and expert witness testimony.
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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published two final rules last week, targeting the reduction of regulatory barriers to care coordination and increased flexibility for provider participation in...
Ask Proactive – Do we have to place new admissions in transmission based precautions for 14 days after admission if we have a negative COVID-19 test at the time of admission?
Q: Do we have to place new admissions in transmission-based precautions for 14 days after admission if we have a negative COVID-19 test at the time of admission? A: Yes, Per the CDC, new admissions should be placed in a single-person room or in a separate...
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