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Florida Workers' Compensation

Employee Choice of Provider

Physical and Occupational Therapy

    • Referral
    • Service Limitations
    • Covered Services
    • Prior Authorization
    • Evaluations
    • Plan of Care
    • Modalities and Therapeutic Procedures

Physical Reconditioning Services

    • Prior Authorization
    • Physical Reconditioning Assessment
    • Reimbursement Guidelines
    • Billing Guidelines
    • Multiple Therapies by the Same Provider
    • Limitations

Orthotics and Prosthetics

    • Prescription
    • Authorized Providers
    • Prior Authorization
    • Orthotic Fitter and Orthotic Fitter Assistant

Patient Classifications

    • Proper Classification
    • Patient Classification Levels

Florida Workers' Compensation Fee Schedules

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