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How to Provide Compliant Maintenance Therapy

  • Wednesday, January 10, 2024
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Webinar


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How to Provide Compliant Maintenance Therapy

This educational session has been designed to help clarify the documentation requirements for skilled therapy services. A review of the MAC perspective on therapy documentation will be discussed with details surrounding rehabilitative versus maintenance therapy and the documentation requirements of each. Attendees will be offered a review of references and resources, as well as NGS contact information for future questions regarding Medicare regulations.


  • Define skilled therapy and the similarities/differences between restorative and maintenance therapy in a home health episode.
  • Learn what medical reviewers are looking for in documentation and how verbiage may differ for therapists showing progress and continued deficits.
  • Review case studies of acceptable maintenance therapy cases under the Medicare benefit and those that would be denied on review.

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Featured Speaker

Mandy Collin, RN

Home Health & Hospice Provider Outreach & Education Teams, NGS

Madeleine "Mandy" Collins is a Registered Nurse with 30 years of experience with an advanced knowledge base to include both clinical and Medicare practices. Mandy is a member of the NGS Provider Outreach and Education Home Health & Hospice Team where she works to develop and deliver Medicare instruction for live and virtual audiences. Additionally, Mandy carries a wide range of medical record review and appeals experience for Medicare/Medicaid/Commercial contracts. Mandy possesses a strong fundamental understanding of Medicare policy, compliance and interpretation which has been vital in her previous role as a subject matter expert in Administrative Law (ALJ) hearings for both the CMS Qualified Independent Contractor (QIC) and CMS Recovery Audit Contractor (RA). Mindy's clinical career highlights include recent Hospice experience as a case manager/admission nurse, extensive experience in acute care specializing in critical care, long term care management and numerous outpatient environments. Mandy proudly served as an enlisted member of the US Army Reserve Nurse Corps.


Member - $139

Non Member - $239

Continuing Education Credits will be awarded

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