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These 3 cases illustrate how not to bill for therapy services

In case you were thinking federal investigators would never be interested in your therapy claims, here are three practices from today's HHS OIG website that would likely disagree:
  1. Carolina Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Inc. provided group therapy services to multiple patients but billed it as pricier one-on-one therapy services:
  2. A Hawaii physical therapist billed as though he provided therapy to his patients, but it actually was provided by unlicensed staffers:
  3. NY doctor and therapist committed out-and-out fraud (and kickbacks):
Keep your practice's therapy services compliant with the latest Medicare rules. Sign up Tuesday, May 14 at 1:00 p.m. (ET) for the webinar, Make Sure Your Practice Is Prepared for Therapy Billing ChangesLearn more and register here.
Blog Tags: anti-fraud, OIG
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