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Med-QUEST Credentialing Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers)

Posted on December 6, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – December 2017 LAST UPDATED:   December 6, 2017 Q:    Who needs to submit the DHS 1139 Medicaid Provider application form? A:    Individual providers with their own Medicaid provider ID number whose services are billed under that number need to fill…

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CORRECTED INFO: DHS Med-QUEST Needs All Providers Who Do NOT Work in a Facility/Institutional Setting to Fill Out DHS 1139

Posted on November 20, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – November 2017 November 22, 2017  (correction of November 20, 2017 posting) –  In mid-October many (but not all) PT providers received a letter from the State of Hawaii Department of Human Services Med-QUEST division requesting completion of a re-credentialing/validation application. The…

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Recent News and Course Content Reminders of Medicare Billing Requirements

Posted on November 1, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – November 2017 With recent news in Hawaii along with information provided during the Medicare class that HAPTA hosted in early October, we thought we should provide reminders about some Medicare billing areas that continue to cause problems for some…

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Bundled Payment Will Require New Solutions

Posted on October 2, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – October 2017 PT practice is changing and much of it comes from external stressors. Especially as we step into new payment models such as bundled payment, we must come up with new solutions. Many physical therapy practices attempt to…

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Federal Regulation, Dry Needling and Licensure Compact Highlights from 2017 APTA State Policy and Payment Forum

Posted on October 2, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – October 2017 HAPTA members Joanne Zazzera, Patti Taira-Tokuuke and I (Justin Ledbetter) recently traveled to Detroit, Michigan to attend the annual APTA State Policy and Payment Forum. In addition to Joanne receiving the APTA State Legislative Leadership Award, we…

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HAPTA Legislative Activities – Review of 2017

Posted on June 2, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – June 2017 With the recent end of the Hawaii 2017 legislative session, we would like to update our members on what HAPTA did this year and how our efforts turned out. We began 2017 with a contracted lobbyist and…

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HAPTA Will Continue to Advocate for Improved Workers’ Compensation Payments

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New Year Coding Changes Still Settling Down

Posted on April 4, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – April 2017 Now that the first 90 days of the New Year have passed, PT providers should have some sense of how payers are handling billing of the new 2017 CPT codes for initial evaluation (97161-low, 97162-moderate, 97163-high complexity)…

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Member Action Helped Avert Workers’ Comp Payment Crisis

Posted on January 4, 2017 by Chapter Staff Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – January 2017 On November 17, the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) held a hearing on a proposal that would have switched the medical fee schedule back to Medicare plus 10 percent. Doing so would have pushed…

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