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Personal injury protection (PIP) benefits are the insurance policy’s coverage source for compensation of medical care received after a car accident. Injuries from car accidents can be subject to a sizeable amount of PIP benefits. At [...]
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the stabilizing ligament that runs through the middle joint area of the knee. It can be a devastating injury that will usually result in a year’s worth of rehabilitation to [...]
It is getting harder and harder to deny that managing your reimbursements and collections is becoming just as important as providing quality care to your patients. The multitude of sources in which a physical therapy practice [...]
Power Liens (http://www.powerliens.com) has announced that they have launched their exclusive physician directory in California as of December 1, 2012. They are also live in Florida, Arizona, and Illinois. Power Liens is the largest directory of [...]
As of February, PowerLiens.com continued to expand its directory by adding a new specialty that attorneys have long sought out for their cases. Pain Management doctors are in constant demand by personal injury attorneys who are searching for [...]
When handling workers’ compensation cases several factors tend to dissuade Physical Therapy clinics from accepting patients. Excessive paperwork, authorization issues, and delay in payment/reimbursement are all factors that will usually cause physical therapists to view these [...]
Electric medical records (EMR’s) are essential to any medical practice. Not only do they easily integrate into existing office systems, but they also enhance patient care, provide critical marketing tools, and efficiently decrease the amount of [...]