Pop Culture’s Place in Speech Therapy for Children

I read an article the other day on the ASHA Leader Blog that discussed one speech therapist’s use of Star War’s in the classroom. Now you might be thinking “How the heck is Star Wars remotely related to speech therapy?”— and you’re right to do so

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Introducing Matt Alexander, Practice Perfect’s Content Developer

Hey, my name’s Matt and I’m the resident Content Developer at Practice Perfect. To put it simply, Content Developers are essentially writers whose work is primarily featured in online publications. But you can consider me your go-to source of information

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Functional Limitation Reporting – G-Code Cheat Sheet

We thought you might need some help with Functional Limitation Reporting, so we created this great G-code cheat sheet for you. It includes the functional limitation, fee code by “Current, Goal and Discharge” along with the severity/complexity modif

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Medicare PQRS and Functional Limitation Scoring

As most of you are probably aware, Medicare has implemented two new scoring systems in which you will be required to participate in order to avoid reimbursement claw backs in the future. These new measures are called PQRS and Functional Limitations. If this is

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Electronic Medical Records: Where Do You Keep Yours?

Practice Perfect’s Steve Presement’s article “Electronic Medical Records: Where Do You Keep Yours?” was featured in the April 2012 issue of Impact Magazine.   Click here to read the article.

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