Original recording completed on 11-12-21. Revenue Cycle evaluation and improvement is typically low on a therapy practice owner's list of items to do but understanding how to evaluate and improve your revenue cycle can have a substantial impact on the financial health of your practice. This session will cover the key metrics for evaluating the practice's revenue cycle and provide an understanding of critical elements for improving the overall health of your revenue cycle. Whether you perform billing functions in house or outsource, this course will provide information all therapy practice owners should learn.

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate the 3-key metrics for assessing billing performance in a therapy practice.
  • Identify 5 daily processes for improving collections in outpatient therapy.
  • Develop a plan for ongoing metric evaluation of the revenue cycle.

Course Code:

LMS-E436

APTACategory

Category1

cert_CA approval

CPTA2018-19

cert_Insert Up To

No

cert_No IACET

No

cert_NY approval

Yes

Completion Instructions

Please watch the course in its entirety.

Course level

  • Basic
  • Intermediate

Date Opened

04/04/2022

Date recorded

11/12/2021

Date reviewed

04/04/2022

Delivery method

In-person

Instructor(s)

Leonard, Kluckhohn

Learning objectives

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate the 3-key metrics for assessing billing performance in a therapy practice.
  • Identify 5 daily processes for improving collections in outpatient therapy.
  • Develop a plan for ongoing metric evaluation of the revenue cycle.


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1PPS_APTA_11_12_Evaluating_And_Improving_Revenue_Cycle.mp4
Overview
Type:E-Learning Course
Learning Time:1h  15m
Domains:Financial, Revenue Cycle, Leonard, Billing, Kluckhohn
Enrollment
Price:$159.00
Available discounts:
  • APTA Private Practice Member
    $89.00
    (until 04/04/2025)
  • APTA (Non Private Practice) Member
    $129.00
    (until 04/04/2025)
  • Non Member
    $159.00
    (until 04/04/2025)
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