For You & Your Family!
At APTN we care about our providers. We will work with you directly to negotiate fees that benefit you and your patients. Our contracting process is efficient and accurate. We know that quality providers are the key to a quality network.
How Advance Physical Therapy Network Can Help You
At Advance Physical Therapy Network, we essentially assume the responsibility for ensuring your access to profitable patients in today's highly competitive healthcare environment, by negotiating contracts with managed care plans, automobile insurance, third party payors, workers compensation, and indemnity health plans.
Advance Physical Therapy Network is committed to helping your practice thrive in the managed care environment, and to provide the means for you to participate in the major contracts that affect your business.
At Advance Physical Therapy Network we provide the support and resources so you can concentrate more on patient care.
The Advance Physical Therapy Network Difference
At Advance Physical Therapy Network, we are looking for personal commitment and dedication in providing the best treatment possible to benefit the patients. We believe that by putting it in the hands of the owners, not the employees, will make the difference and add a personal touch to the patient's care.
Advance Physical Therapy Network has successfully negotiated major insurance contracts despite insurance panels having been closed for the past 2-5 years.
The following is a partial list of the specialized services Advance Physical Therapy Network (APTN) offers to therapy practices. Please feel free to call us at 954-323-2247 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about any of them.
Practice setup - New therapists need support in establishing and setting up their offices. New therapists need help selecting computer systems, developing operational policies, hiring personnel, etc.
Education - To operate a successful therapy practice, a therapist and his or her office staff must be kept up to date on all the changes that occur annually in the healthcare industry; for example, changes in Medicare billing policies and procedures. We can assist with this education process either through meetings with the therapist and staff or by presenting seminars on timely topics.
Billing service review - Many therapists use outside billing services to bill and collect their services. Often, these agencies are left unaccountable. The therapist's agency should be reviewed periodically to make sure services are being billed out correctly and that the agency is putting in the time and effort it takes to collect these services.
Office policy and procedures manuals - The efficiency of a therapy practice can be traced directly to its internal operational systems. A lack of systems will often result in lost revenue. Thus, every therapy practice should have a policy and procedures manual detailing how, when, and by whom certain office functions are to be performed.
Interviewing and hiring personnel - The success of most therapy practices is dependent on the personnel they hire. Many therapists do not have experience with hiring. Poor hiring decisions can be detrimental to any office. We can aid in the hiring process by screening resumes and meeting with potential job applicants.
Implementation of internal controls - Most therapy practices put themselves in a position in which they are vulnerable to embezzlement. At some point, most therapy offices need help implementing and monitoring a basic system of internal controls.
Assistance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) - state and federal regulations relate to the daily operation of a therapy practice. Regulations associated with blood-borne pathogens. Therapy practices need help implementing and maintaining knowledge of current and new governing regulations.
Please feel free to give me a call at (954) 323-2247 to discuss any questions that you may have.
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