Therapy Comply, a leading physical and occupational therapy education and compliance firm, will be presenting a webinar on Florida Physical Therapy Dry Needling on August 26th at 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT. The Florida Physical Therapy Board recently released new regulations on the practice of dry needling. This course will cover those regulations in detail and discuss coverage and reimbursement of dry needling by payers.
The webinar will be recorded. If you cannot attend the live presentation, you will still receive the recording and the slides immediately following the presentation. Attendees will also receive policies and procedures on safety/performance of dry needling that conform to Florida rules.
- Education and training requirements
- Patient safety and adverse event reporting
- Informed consent and documentation requirements
- The role of assistant and aides in the practice of dry needling
- Correct coding for dry needling
- Coverage of dry needling under Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare
- Coverage of dry needling under major private insurance plans: BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Humana
- Requirements when billing the patient directly
- Properly handle potential blood-borne pathogens and OSHA compliance
- Implement safety policies and procedures (handout) in your practice
Fee: Free for Yearly Members $35 for Monthly Members $50 for Non-Members
Join Therapy Comply today and receive free access to this webinar and full site access
August 26th at 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
PT: This webinar will qualify for 1 hour of PT and PTA CME credit in Florida. If you are licensed multiple states, you may be able to earn CE for the other states as well.
OT: This webinar will qualify for 1 hour of OT and OTA CME credit in Florida. While this course specifically addresses the PT rule it may be valuable for OTs in practice with PTs.
Speaker: Zachary Edgar JD, LLM is the managing partner for Therapy Comply. Zachary is healthcare attorney who specializes in state healthcare regulatory issues particularly for physical and occupational therapy practices. Zachary has spent the last eight years as in-house counsel for a physical therapy management company where he handled a wide variety of healthcare legal issues including: federal and state healthcare fraud and abuse laws, state professional and facility licensing issues, HIPAA, employment issues, and Medicare and Medicaid compliance. Zachary obtained his BA and JD from the University for Arizona and an LLM in healthcare law from Loyola University.