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June 2019

edit post Billing and Collections Q&A – June 2019 by Lisa Lake June 1, 2019 Count on Got FAQs? to help answer your toughest billing questions. This month’s column addresses

Federal Medicare O&P Legislation Gets a Reboot

  With the 116th Congress comes the need to reintroduce federal legislation that was not enacted into law in the previous Congress, including legislation to address the ongoing needs of

How Does Gender Impact Medical Encounters?

  There is a riddle that goes something like this: A young man and his father were involved in a motor vehicle accident and both sustained serious injuries. They were

Mirror Shock: Viewing Self After Limb Loss

After a terrible car accident, Danielle saw her badly burned body and missing lower limbs for weeks while she was in the hospital. When she got home, she caught sight

Prosthetics in Colombia, Part One

AN INTERVIEW WITH COLOMBIA’S ONLY ACTIVE DUTY AMPUTEE On my latest trip to Colombia I had a chance to catch up with Patrolman Carlos Munoz, the only active duty individual

Toe Walking

Toe walking, although not considered part of the normal development of gait, is seen as a common variant that many children go through. Within the general population of toe walkers,

Billing and Collections Q&A – June 2019

Count on Got FAQs? to help answer your toughest billing questions. This month’s column addresses manufacturers’ warranties and the timeframe that insurers have to recoup payments made in error.  Q:

Can We Catch Them Before They Fall?

  If you conduct a Google search using the term “amputee falls” the first return is a link to a short article on the Amputee Coalition website.1 The article, “Tips

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