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Ownership!

The land swelled below the wing of the plane in gentle shades of green and brown, revealing ample squares defining crops, and the perimeter of a small community where various creeks meander through town before combining to become the Walla

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Evaluation vs Treatment Notes

By Lori O’Hara, MA, CCC-SLP – Therapy Resource,  ADR/Appeals/Clinical Review CMS doesn’t define a lot of requirements for what needs to be in a daily note, understanding that it’s what happens during the session that drives the content. But one of

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Making E-Stim Bulletproof

By Lori O’Hara, MA, CCC-SLP – Therapy Resource,  ADR/Appeals/Clinical Review One of the most common reasons for denials in both the Medicare and managed care areas is removing e-stim minutes because the documentation doesn’t support a skilled service. Reminder! No one

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Are You Uncomfortable?

By Willow Dea, Therapy Resource “Comfort is not the objective in a visionary company. Indeed, visionary companies install powerful mechanisms to create /dis/comfort — to obliterate complacency — and thereby stimulate change and improvement /before/ the external world demands it.” -James

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OT and SLP Co-Treatments in a Skilled Nursing Facility

Literature Review OT and SLP collaborations can provide comprehensive interventions during self-feeding, ADLs and general therapeutic activities. Planned meal-time co-treatments can include an OT assessment of wheelchair/seating positioning, ROM, strength and coordination for both hand-to-mouth and utensil manipulation, while an

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