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September 2016

edit post What They Didn’t Teach You in the Classroom by John Pope, MS, MSPO, CSCS September 1, 2016 You hit the ground running. School gave you the tools and

Changes Proposed to Medicare Appeals Process

CMS Tries to Pull a Fast One on the ALJ 90-Day Decision Deadline Many O&P professionals and practices have experienced extensive Medicare contractor audits that required them to pursue the

Using Retail to Balance the Bottom Line

Many pedorthists have relied mainly on insurance reimbursements to drive their practices. A physician writes a prescription for whatever he or she deems medically necessary to meet a patient’s needs

The Effectiveness of Foot Orthotics, Part II

The medical terrain continues to change rapidly, and additional overhauls are expected as the Affordable Care Act, accountable care organizations, and other federal initiatives alter the landscape further. To survive,

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