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May 2013

edit post Billing and Collections Q&A by Lisa Lake-Salmon Executive Vice President, Acc-Q-Data Inc. May 1, 2013 Denials are difficult to identify and time consuming to appeal. With mandatory accreditation,

What’s Going On??

Various news reports put the number of traumatic amputations that surgeons have performed on victims of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings between six and 13. According to an April

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editors, The current LCD on prosthetic requirements for K3 and K4 components is unmanageable. My ability to control a physician’s evaluation of an amputee and assure my evaluation concurs

Billing and Collections Q&A

Denials are difficult to identify and time consuming to appeal. With mandatory accreditation, continual coding updates, and increased paperwork, running an O&P practice gets more complicated every year. Count on

Fab Lab Lingo

The O&P technician’s domain is the fabrication laboratory, whether in-house as part of an O&P practitioner’s patient care facility or a stand-alone central fabrication facility. While technicians often operate behind

What Resin Am I Using? Let the Truth Be Known

When I sat down to write this article on laminating using epoxy resins, I began reflecting on how many phones calls I field each week from customers who think they

Kenneth Cook Sr.: Testing the Limit

Kenneth Cook Sr. was able to park his wheelchair and walk hand in hand with his wife for the first time in eight years when he was fit with bilateral

Ron Dominy, CTP, CP, BOCP

Basingstoke, England, was a small country village when Ron Dominy was born there. It was a growing town when he began his career there with O&P pioneer Chas A Blatchford

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