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1 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook

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3 Introduction Medicaid reimburses for physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), respiratory therapy (RT), and speechlanguage pathology (SLP) services. Medicaid reimburses for services that are determined medically necessary and do not duplicate another provider s service. The Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Program reimburses only for the therapy services listed on the Procedure Codes and Maximum Fee Schedule in Chapter 3, Appendix A of the Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook. 3

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5 Who Can Receive Therapy Services? Medicaid reimburses for medically necessary therapy services that are provided to Medicaid recipients under the age of 21. Medicaid also reimburses limited services to recipients age 21 and older, specifically: SLP services pertaining to the provision of augmentative and alternative communication systems. PT and OT services pertaining to wheelchair evaluations and fittings. These are the only services in the therapy program that Medicaid reimburses for adults. 5

6 Description Therapy and speech-language treatment visits are face-to-face encounters with a recipient for the purpose of providing physical, occupational or respiratory therapy or speech-language pathology services. The treatment visit includes all of the therapist s activities with the recipient, except for evaluations; splints and casts; wheelchair evaluations and fittings; and AAC system fittings, adjustments and training. Reimbursement for demonstrating and teaching, which include the family and other relevant caregivers who are involved with the recipient, is included in the reimbursement for treatment visits if the recipient is present. Otherwise, these services are not reimbursable by Medicaid. 6

7 Authorized via a written prescription from the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or a designated physician specialist. To be reimbursed by Medicaid physical, occupational and speechlanguage pathology treatment visits must be: Authorized in the recipient s valid and approved plan of care. Prior authorized by the Medicaid contracted Quality Improvement Organization. 7

8 To be reimbursed by Medicaid respiratory therapy treatment visits must be: Authorized via a written prescription from the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or a designated physician specialist. Included in the recipient s plan of care. 8

9 Authorized via a written prescription from the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or a designated physician specialist. To be reimbursed by Medicaid, respiratory therapy services provided in a PPEC center must be: Authorized in the recipient s valid and approved plan of care. Submitted for medical review to the Medicaid contracted Quality Improvement Organization. 9

10 Student Supervision Under the following circumstances, a Medicaid enrolled licensed therapist may receive reimbursement for providing therapy services while supervising a student: The licensed therapist is providing the care/service to a Medicaid recipient, but allows the student to be present in the room to observe the treatment. The licensed therapist is providing the care/service to a Medicaid recipient, but allows the student to participate in the provision of services. In this example, the licensed therapist must be directing the care, making all clinical decisions, and is responsible for the assessment and treatment of the recipient. The licensed therapist cannot be treating another patient, must remain in the same room the entire time, and cannot be engaged in doing other tasks at the same time. Florida Medicaid s policy does not preclude a licensed therapist from providing supervision to students. 10

11 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook PROVIDER REQUIREMENTS 11

12 Medicaid reimburses the following providers for treatment visits: Licensed physical and occupational therapists. Certified and registered respiratory therapists. Licensed speech-language pathologists and provisionally licensed speech-language pathologists. Home health agencies that employ or contract with licensed physical and occupational therapists, licensed speech-language pathologists, and provisionally licensed speech-language pathologists. 12

13 Temporary Licensed Therapists To receive reimbursement, a therapist with a temporary license must be under the supervision of a licensed therapist. To receive reimbursement, both the supervising therapist and the therapist with the temporary license must sign and date the treatment records. 13

14 Therapy Assistants Physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, and speech-language pathology assistants cannot enroll as providers. The physical therapist, occupational therapist, speechlanguage pathologist who supervises, or home health agency that employs the therapy assistant may be reimbursed for the therapy assistant s visits. 14

15 Therapy Assistants A supervising therapist or home health agency may be reimbursed for treatment visits performed by a physical or occupational therapy assistant or speech-language pathology assistant, if the following requirements are met: Speech-language pathology assistants must provide the services under the direct supervision of a speech-language pathologist. 15

16 Therapy Assistants Occupational therapy assistants may provide services under general supervision in a different location than the supervising therapist, but the supervising therapist must be in the same geographical area and accessible by phone for the therapy assistant providing services. The supervising occupational therapist must conduct an on-site supervisory visit to the recipient who has been receiving services from a therapy assistant once every 60 days. 16

17 Therapy Assistants Physical therapy assistants may provide services under the general supervision of a physical therapist which does not require on-site supervision if the recipient related activities were ordered by a boardcertified orthopedic physician or physiatrist. The supervising physical therapist must conduct an on-site supervisory visit every 60 days to a recipient who has been receiving services from a therapy assistant. 17

18 Therapy Assistants General supervision of a physical therapy assistant shall not require on-site supervision by the physical therapist. The physical therapist shall be accessible by two-way communication, which enables the physical therapist to respond to an inquiry when made and to be readily available for consultation during the delivery of care and shall be within the same geographic location as the assistant. 18

19 Therapy Assistants Patient-related activities that were not ordered by a boardcertified orthopedic physician or physiatrist and patientrelated activities performed for practitioners licensed under Chapter 461, F.S. or Chapter 466, F.S., shall be performed under the onsite supervision of a physical therapist. The activity of supervision is not a Medicaid reimbursable service. A therapy assistant treatment visit and therapist treatment visit cannot be reimbursed on the same day. 19

20 Therapy Assistants Medicaid enrolled, supervising therapists and home health agencies may be reimbursed for services rendered by physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants and speech-language pathology assistants. Providers must use the therapy assistant procedure codes to bill for services rendered by therapy assistants. 20

21 Therapy Assistants These codes have lower maximum fees than the therapy procedure codes. Reimbursement for supervision is included in the therapy assistant fee. Providers may not bill an additional charge for the supervision of a therapy assistant. 21

22 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook PRIOR AUTHORIZATION 22

23 General Requirements Physical, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology services require prior authorization for reimbursement. The request must be submitted to the Medicaid Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) via its Web-based Internet system. All required documentation to support the request must be submitted directly to the QIO at the time of the request. 23

24 General Requirements For initial service requests, it is recommended that the therapy services provider submit the request to the QIO at least ten business days prior to the start of care. For subsequent authorization requests (continued stay requests), the therapy services provider must submit the request to the QIO at least ten business days prior to the new certification period. 24

25 General Requirements The earliest effective date of the authorization is the date the request is received by the Medicaid QIO. When requesting prior authorization, each therapy provider is responsible for informing the QIO of other therapy providers also providing services to the recipient. 25

26 Minimum Requirements for Each PA Request Recipient s name, address, date of birth, and Medicaid ID number. Therapy provider s Medicaid provider number, name and address. Procedure code(s), with modifier(s) if applicable, matching the services reflected in the plan of care. 26

27 Minimum Requirements for Each PA Request Units of service requested. Summary of the recipient s current health status, including diagnosis(es). Planned dates and times of service. Ordering provider s Medicaid provider number, National Provider Identifier, or Florida medical license number, name, and address. 27

28 Minimum Requirements for Each PA Request The complete evaluation and plan of care, reviewed, signed and dated by the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or designated physician specialist. Patient condition summaries that substantiate medical necessity and the need for requested services, such as a hospital discharge summary (if services are being requested as a result of a hospitalization), physician or nurse progress notes, or history and physical. 28

29 Minimum Requirements for Each PA Request A copy of the documentation demonstrating the recipient has been examined or received medical consultation by the ordering or attending physician before initiating services and every 180 days thereafter. The QIO will authorize service up to a 180 day period. This is called the certification period. A prescription for the therapy services in accordance with the prescription requirements described in the Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook. 29

30 Approval Process The QIO will review each prior authorization request and approve, deny or request additional information to support the request. Prior authorization requests for therapy services that appear to deviate from treatment norms, established standards of care, or utilization norms may be subject to a more intensified review by the QIO prior to rendering a determination. 30

31 Approved Request When the request is approved, the approval will contain a prior authorization number for billing and reference. An approved request is not a guarantee that Medicaid will reimburse the services. The provider and recipient must be eligible on the date of service, and the service must not have exceeded any applicable service limits. 31

32 Content and Limitation on Approved Requests The approval of services is accessed via the Medicaid QIO web-based internet system and specifies: Procedure code Units of service authorized Dates of service The discipline authorized to provide the service The number of days for which the prior authorization is valid. 32

33 How to Make Changes to Approved Requests? For any requested change, the provider must submit via the Internet, additional new information, not previously submitted, documenting the need for additional visits or hours. When requesting additional units of service within a certification period, the provider should indicate that the request: Is for additional units of service or a change to an already requested certification period; and Includes the attending physician s approved plan of care, new orders, and a reason for adjustment. 33

34 Medicaid Quality Improvement Organization Decision Process If the physician determines that services are not medically necessary, the recipient and provider will be notified in writing that the services will be denied or reduced. The notification letter will include information regarding the recipient s appeal rights. 34

35 Reconsideration Review If a denial determination is rendered, the provider, recipient, or physician may request reconsideration. If a reconsideration is requested, additional information must be submitted to the QIO to facilitate the approval process. A reconsideration review of the denial decision must be requested via the Medicaid QIO internet system within five business days of the date of the final denial or modified approval determination. 35

36 Recipients Exempt from Prior Authorization Therapy services for the following recipients are exempt from prior authorization by the QIO: Recipients who are members of a Medicaid Health Maintenance Organization (HMO); and, Recipients who are members of a Medicaid Provider Service Network (PSN). 36

37 Provider Signature Requirements Note: The Medicaid enrolled therapy service provider(s) who performs the evaluation and completes the plan of care must also sign the documentation submitted for service(s) authorization. Medicaid does not accept the co-signatures of therapy assistants and students on the evaluations, re-evaluations and plans of care submitted as documentation for authorization of services, nor are these reimbursable. 37

38 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook PRESCRIPTION FOR SERVICES 38

39 Prescription for Services To be reimbursed by Medicaid, all therapy services, including evaluations, must be prescribed by the recipient s primary care provider, an advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP), a designated physician assistant (PA), or a designated physician specialist. 39

40 Prescription for Services The prescription should be as specific as possible, and must include: Recipient s diagnosis or diagnoses contributing to the need for therapy. Signature of the prescribing provider. Name, address and telephone number of the prescribing provider. Date of prescription. Specific type of evaluation or service requested. Duration and frequency of the therapy treatment period. 40

41 If the prescription has not been received before the service is rendered, Medicaid will not reimburse for the service. Prescriptions to evaluate recipients are valid for up to 60 days. 41

42 The plan of care may suffice as a prescription for treatment visits if the signed plan of care indicates that the plan of care is to serve as a prescription and satisfies the requirements for prescription of services as described in the Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook. 42

43 Prescription for the Continuation of Services Before expiration of the authorization period for which the services were approved the primary care provider shall review the recipient s plan of care and may prescribe the continuation of services. The plan of care, with the primary care provider s, ARNP s or PA designee s, or designated physician specialist s signature requesting the continuation of services, must be submitted to the QIO with all other required documentation, and the approval must be received prior to beginning services for the next authorization period. 43

44 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook EVALUATIONS 44

45 Description Evaluations determine the recipient s level of function and competencies through therapeutic observation and standardized testing measures appropriate to the language, speech, or physical limitations and specific to the therapeutic services required. Evaluation results should be used to develop baseline data to identify the need for early intervention for therapeutic services and to address the recipient's functional abilities, capabilities, and activity level deficits and limitations. 45

46 Evaluations Tests to be Used Tests should be: Standardized for a specific disorder identified; or Consist of a standardized caregiver report format; or Composed of professionally acceptable therapeutic observational techniques. Age equivalent score reporting does not report a standard score and is not an acceptable evaluation test. 46

47 Evaluation Reimbursement Limitations Medicaid reimburses one initial evaluation per recipient, per discipline, per year. A recipient who has received therapy services within the previous 180 days and whose diagnosis has not changed is not eligible for an initial evaluation and must receive a re-evaluation. 47

48 Evaluation Reimbursement Limitations Medicaid reimburses one re-evaluation per recipient, per discipline, every 150 days, beginning 150 days after the initial evaluation. Re-evaluations rendered within 150 days of a previous evaluation are not reimbursable by Medicaid. Therapy visits performed on the same day as evaluations are not reimbursable. 48

49 Evaluations Provider Requirements Medicaid reimburses the following Medicaid enrolled providers for evaluations: Licensed physical and occupational therapists. Certified and registered respiratory therapists. Licensed and provisionally licensed speech-language pathologists. Home health agencies that employ or contract with licensed physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists. Reimbursement for writing the initial plan of care is included in the reimbursement for the evaluation. Medicaid does not reimburse for evaluations performed by therapy assistants. 49

50 Medicaid Does not Reimburse the Following Providers for Evaluations Note: Medicaid does not reimburse for evaluations performed by therapy assistants or students. Medicaid does not accept the co-signatures by therapy assistants or students as documentation for authorization of Medicaid services.

51 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook PLAN OF CARE 51

52 Plan of Care Requirements After the therapist or speech-language pathologist performs the initial evaluation of a recipient, and before providing services, the therapist or speech language pathologist must write an initial plan of care for the recipient based on the results of the initial evaluation. All therapy services must be included in the therapy plan of care, except for evaluations, wheelchair evaluations and fittings, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems. AAC systems require a specific plan of care. 52

53 Plan of Care Requirements If any amendments to the plan of care are necessary, those amendments must be made by the therapist and must be reviewed, approved and signed by the primary care provider before service is provided. The therapist must review the plan of care every 180 days or prior to the end of the authorization period and make necessary revisions. 53

54 Plan of Care Requirements The therapist and the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or designated physician specialist who prescribed the therapy must retain a copy of the plan of care in his or her records for the recipient. The plan of care may suffice as a prescription if the signed plan of care indicates that the plan of care is to serve as a prescription and all prescription requirements are met. 54

55 Plan of Care Approval The plan of care must be reviewed, signed and dated by the therapist and by the primary care provider, ARNP or PA designee, or designated physician specialist who prescribed the therapy. The prescriber s signature indicates approval of the plan of care. 55

56 Plan of Care Approval The prescriber must review, certify, and sign the renewed plan of care, based on the recipient s re-evaluation, before the end of the authorization period. If the plan of care has not been signed and approved before the service is rendered, Medicaid will not reimburse for the service. 56

57 Medicaid Reimburses for Services Outlined in the Plan of Care Only the following providers may initiate, develop, submit or change the plan of care: Licensed physical, occupational and respiratory therapists. Licensed and provisionally licensed speech-language pathologists. Note: Medicaid does not authorize services for plans of care produced by therapy assistants or students. Medicaid does not accept co-signatures by therapy assistants or students as documentation for authorization of Medicaid services. 57

58 Overview of the Florida Medicaid Therapy Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook PLACE OF SERVICE 58

59 Place of service Physical, occupational, and respiratory therapy and speech language pathology treatment services can be provided in the recipient s place of residence or other community setting, such as schools, Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) centers, or day care centers. 59

60 Place of service Respiratory therapy services provided in a PPEC center is limited to children who have a complex respiratory diagnosis or condition, requiring extensive airway management, for example, ventilator support, while attending a PPEC center. Respiratory therapy services will be reviewed by the Medicaid contracted Quality Improvement Organization based on the medical needs of the child. 60

61 Place of Residence Place of residence is the location in which a recipient resides for an extended or a permanent period of time and is considered the recipient s home. Place of residence may include: Recipient s private home Assisted Living Facility (ALF) Developmental disabilities group home Foster or medical foster care home; or Any home where unrelated individuals reside together in a group. 61

62 Place of service Services can also be provided in an inpatient and outpatient hospital. Payment for these services is included in the facility s per diem. The therapist cannot be reimbursed directly by fee-for-service for services provided in these locations. 62

63 Place of Service Evaluations provided by hospitals are not counted against the recipient s evaluation reimbursement limitations. Inpatient and outpatient hospital therapy services are reimbursed according to the Florida Medicaid Hospital Services Coverage and Limitations Handbook. 63

64 Providers cannot bill the same procedure provided in the school setting and community setting in the same day. However, if determine to be medically necessary to receive therapy services both in the community and in the school setting in the same day these services will be reimbursed by Florida Medicaid. 64

65 How Do I Ask Questions During this Webinar? Questions that arise during the training may be ed to: 65

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