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February 2015

edit post The O&P Alliance: Providing a Unified Voice by The O&P EDGE February 1, 2015 This article is the first in a series in 2015 that will highlight the

The O&P Alliance: Providing a Unified Voice

This article is the first in a series in 2015 that will highlight the unified advocacy efforts of the O&P Alliance. In subsequent articles, The O&P EDGE has invited representatives

Billing and Collections Q&A

Denials are difficult to identify and time-consuming to appeal. Count on Got FAQs? to help you sort through the complexities associated with O&P billing. This month’s column addresses your questions

A Metal Lathe in an O&P Lab?

Injection molding, resin casting, milling, lathing, and other procedures may be used when fabricating O&P devices and components. But what happens when a part is needed posthaste and it’s backordered

Sarah Wooden, CPO

As part of the bachelor of science degree program in rehabilitation services at Springfield College that Sarah Wooden, CPO, was pursuing, she took a required course called Introduction to Rehabilitation,

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