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Jun 20, 2012
Marcia's Answer
by: Marcia Oliver MSPT

I would consult a knowledgeable medical billing assistant who could help you understand how much you can bill for medical visits.

Non- medical visits won't be covered or billable since there is no skilled need and Medicare requires that.

You could see these non-medical patients for maintenance therapy and charge them as a cash pay therapist but legally, if they have a skilled therapy need you would need to then refer them to a home health agency who is billing Medicare.

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