The Annual Conference of the Private Practice Section (PPS) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is scheduled for October 25-27, 2012 at the Wynn Las Vegas Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. PPS offers the Physical Therapist a focused venue at its Annual Conference for those currently owning or those considering a private practice. Attending the PPS APTA Annual Conference can provide a “one-stop shop” for gathering information and tools from quality vendors and other private practice owners.
“We are pleased to be highlighting our enhanced documentation solution in Las Vegas,” said Dr. Joe Dundas, Founding Member and President of Therabill. “We have been able to provide our members a solid scheduling and online billing solution, but many have asked for a more robust documentation solution. We have been listening to our members and implementing those enhancements that are of highest priority and value.”
Therabill has been in business since 2005 offering a web-based solution for healthcare therapists, such as social workers, counselors, psychologists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, dieticians and nutritionists.
Therabill focuses on simplifying therapy practice management through an intuitive and integrated scheduling, documentation and online billing solution:
• manage client information, including schedules, therapy notes and customized documentation
• submit HIPAA compliant insurance claims electronically or pre-populate and print CMS-1500 forms for mailing
• access client and practice information from any computer, anywhere.
“We partner with our members to simplify their therapy practice management so they are free to concentrate on helping their patients,” said Joe Dundas.
Visit Therabill online at http://www.therabill.com/
For more information contact: Mary Romac, Marketing Director – (847) 986.6650 or email@example.com
PPS, Private Practice Section of APTA is, and has been serving the Physical Therapy industry for many years and is a growing community of more than 4,000 members nationally. PPS promotes and supports leadership, management and success of physical therapists in private practice no matter what the practice setting. PPS is the voice of private practice physical therapists to influence issues affecting daily practice, small business operations and payment. PPS explores new models of practice, innovative ways of doing business, and ways to leverage opportunities in the changing health care environment, making this information available through many vehicles, including conferences, Impact Magazine and webinars. Visit the conference site online at http://www.ppsapta.org/