A Physical Therapist provides services to patients who have impairments, functional limitations or changes in physical function from injury, disease or other causes. A Physical Therapist performs evaluations and establishes plans of care for patients based upon age specific considerations and patient/family goals in various treatment arenas. The physical therapist continually assesses the treatment program and patient's discharge planning needs,
Certification / Licensure / Regulation:
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) approved curriculum of the American Heart Association (CPR and AED) program.
PA Act 153 Clearances (Act 34-PA Criminal Record Check from the PA State Police system, Act 33-PA Child Abuse History obtained through the Department of Public Welfare, Act 73-FBI Fingerprint screening).
Valid PA Driver’s License.
Licensed as a Physical Therapist in Pennsylvania.
Specialty Essential Functions:
Understand and obtain authorizations via Navinet (where applicable by location).
Knowledge & compliance with documentation of G codes as mandated by insurance.
Understanding & working knowledge of insurances and their documentation, authorization and billing framework and requirements.
Communicates to lead/leadership any changes or volume in census that will impact daily productivity of the clinic.