Updated for the 2020 Compliance Changes,
Our Eval Still Takes Half the Time
Take a look at the Evaluation to the right. This is what a Systems 4PT evaluation looks like when it’s first opened, before you type one keystroke.
Based on evidence from the patient’s current and prior
encounters, Systems 4PT recommends an average
1,250 patient-specific words, all of which can be edited.
Based on the therapist’s clinical judgement, the
following topics are recommended with more
evidence-based compliance than you have time to type
- Functional Deficit(s)
- Forecasted Severity at Discharge
- Defense of the Eval Code Severity (per CMS guidelines)
- Functional Goals
- Clinical Rationale
New for 2020
Blocks therapists from signing a Medicare eval if 97530 or 97150 are charged.
- The therapist is advised about how to proceed with full payment
Confirms that the medical necessity for 97140 has been documented on a Medicare eval.
- And if so, the necessary modifiers are added, touch free, resulting in full payment
Includes intuitive, touch-free assistant modifiers for every Medicare visit.
- Recommends therapist vs. assistant unit coding, consistent with Medicare’s 10% de miminimis rule, for every Medicare visit
Recommends defensive documentation to comply with Medicare’s new assistant modifiers
- “Who” delivered “how much content” is documented touch-free, for every CPT code submitted with every Medicare visit
Since 2013 you’ve read that Systems 4PT delivers twice the compliance in half the time™.
For seven years, you’ve said to yourself, “I’ll wait for my EMR to catch up.”
2020 is the latest reminder: Your EMR is letting you down as it continues to fall further behind.