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Outpatient, Physical and Occupational Therapy Providers

48-Unit Benefit Limit in Provider Web Portal

Providers are reminded that members may receive up to 48 units of any combination of physical therapy/occupational therapy (PT/OT) services per rolling 12-month period before a Prior Authorization Request (PAR) is required. Evaluation and orthotic services are not included in this limit. This equates to roughly 12 hours of therapy services (each unit of service being equal to 15 minutes). This unit limit will be automatically enforced by the Colorado interChange by denying claims that exceed the limit.

The Provider Web Portal will display the number of outpatient PT/OT units a member has used in the past 12 months; however, the accuracy of the Web Portal is limited by the timeliness of submitted claims. It should not be relied upon to inform the provider of an absolute number of remaining units. Providers are advised to always seek a PAR at the beginning of a member’s therapy if it is anticipated the member will require more than 48 units of service in a 12-month period.

Beginning September 1, 2020, providers will not be granted a retroactive PAR based on the unit count displayed in the Provider Web Portal.

Contact Alex Weichselbaum at [email protected] with questions.

(Provider Bulletin - Page 5)

 

Call For Centennial Scholar Applications

The Colorado Chapter is seeking a candidate to sponsor for APTA’s Centennial Scholars program. The APTA Centennial Scholars Program is designed to build a cadre of future association leaders at both the component and national levels.  The recipient will receive a year-long program of live and virtual leadership training, mentoring from an APTA-assigned mentor with significant leadership experience, and attendance at three key APTA Centennial events for up to one hundred Scholars. Centennial scholars will complete a capstone project of their choosing that will leave a lasting legacy for the Colorado Chapter and APTA.

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Conference Early Bird Pricing Ends August 15th

Register NOW to attend the first ever Virtual APTA Annual Conference, September 25-26, 2020. We will be offering multiple tracks simultaneously throughout the two days with other offerings scattered throughout the day. On a normal in-person year one attendee can receive up to 12 continuing competency hours for attending the entire conference, this year you will be able to earn many more hours by attending pre-recorded sessions after the live meeting is over, almost 3X the amount of continuing competency hours!

Early Bird Pricing Ends August 15, 2020!

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Call for Abstracts and Posters for the 2020 Fall Conference

We encourage all PTs, PTAs, and students to submit abstracts and platforms on case reports, special interest reports, or research projects for the 2020 Fall Virtual Conference, September 25-26, 2020. Abstracts and posters submitted will be selected for presentation that demonstrates quality research and clinical relevance. Deadline to submit is Friday, August 14, 2020. 

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Become a Conference Partner This Year

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to virtually present your products and services to Colorado PTs. This is the only statewide conference for PTs, and we plan to have the largest attendance yet due to the new virtual format and much lower cost to attend. With the uncertainty of the COVID-19 Pandemic we have gone completely virtual for the Annual Conference and have come up with some new packages to include sponsorships and a virtual exhibit hall in our conference. The virtual exhibit hall will be hosted on the conference virtual platform before, during and after the live conference has happened.

APTA Colorado has put together a couple of different packages for our partners and supporters to give them the most exposure possible in a virtual format! 

**Sponsors/Exhibitors receive an additional 10% OFF your sponsorship or exhibit booth through Friday, August 14th! Use code 10%OFF at checkout!**
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