Improve Your Practice Bottom Line

30 Days of Free PT and OT Billing
4 Additional Tips

Want to maximize your practice revenue as we approach the critical 4th quarter? Take a look at these 4 tips for improving your bottom line, and then see our special offer for a free trial—plus free software—below:

How clean is your Accounts Receivable? You can often resurrect old claims previously thought uncollectible when new eyes review your AR. Have your billers told you, “This is uncollectible”? Check with us.
Know your insurance companies – Each insurance company has different reimbursement policies and requirements. Many do follow Medicare guidelines, but insurers can differ on specific therapy billing codes and combinations of codes they will accept or deny.
Have you taken a hard look at your fee schedule recently? If you are charging less than the allowable amount, you are leaving money on the table with every claim you bill. And make sure you’re getting paid the contracted amount.
Overall, are you completely satisfied with your current medical billing results? If not, you need to consider whether you have the right team handling your medical billing.

We will help you insure you are bringing the maximum amount to your bottom line. Gets Results:

Currently Serving 250 Plus Physical Therapists—We Understand Your Needs
We Collect that Last 20-30% that Most Can’t
NY, ME, GA, & CA Office Locations to Serve You Better

Limited Time Offer — Available Until July 25th, 2013:

6% of Collections – No other fees!
30-Day Free Trial – Get 30 days of expert billing free
Free Practice Management Software – View all patient data, print reports
Free Clearinghouse
Free Appointment Scheduling Software
Your Own Experienced Account Manager who knows physical therapy billing, coding, and modifiers
Unlimited Reporting – You will know where your revenue stands

Don’t miss this limited time offer—we can only offer it until July 25th. Call now at (866) 992-1225 x409 or reply to this email to discuss how we can help you improve your bottom line.
Ask for Joe DeTrano or email him at

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