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TreatWrite offers an Application Programming Interface (API) that can be customized to connect seamlessly TreatWrite with any Electronic Medical Records system (EMR).  Integrating TreatWrite into your EMR offers simple solutions for difficult problems.


Problem: Allied health documentation requirements are not the same as those of physicians and other medical professionals. 

Solution: TreatWrite is designed specifically to meet the documentation needs of speech, occupational, and physical therapy professionals.


Problem: Progress tracking compliance.  Medicare Part B compliance for allied health professional service reimbursement requires that progress tracking documentation justify progress and correlate patient improvements with the new progress tracking G Codes.  The G Codes must be on the documents.

Solution: TreatWrite uses the 7-point benchmark progress tracking approach required by Medicare to support G Code reporting and Part B reimbursement.  G Codes appear on every document, and the G Code Smart Logic System makes it easy to report the correct codes at the right time.


Read more: MLN Matters® Number: MM8005 Revised Related CR Release Date: December 21, 2012 Related CR Transmittal #: R165BP and R2622CP


Problem: Dollars at risk for compliance.  In 2014, $5.2 billion is the total estimated Medicare reimbursement dollars at risk for failure to properly document progress and report G Codes.  What is your risk?

Solution: No TreatWrite user has ever reported a reimbursement denial for documentation compliance or audit review failure.


Problem: Confusing PQRS with progress tracking G Codes.

Solution: PQRS and progress tracking G Codes are mutually exclusive reporting requirements. Each is associated with separate final rules. TreatWrite contains quality measurement codes, G Codes, and supportive progress tracking documentation. 


Problem: Merit-Based incentive payments.  Are you able to prove the worth of your services?  In February 2014, Congress agreed upon a framework for repeal of the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula and the Therapy Cap legislation by transitioning to a quality, outcomes-based payment system.  The Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) will replace the fee-for-service fee payment model by 2020.

Solution: TreatWrite is outcomes-based.  Progress tracking adds direction and focus to the clinical process, clearly demonstrating the worth of services to both patients and to payers.

Read more: Section-by-Section-SGR-Repeal-and-Medicare-Provider-Payment-Modernization-Act


Problem: Improving the bottom line.

Solution: Time is money, and TreatWrite saves time. TreatWrite:

•Avoids data entry repetition and eliminates re-writing;


•Reduces practitioner time spent on documentation by using workflows that coincide with allied health clinical practices;


•Uses SuperNotes™.  Contact us and tell us the average time it takes your therapists to complete a daily treatment note, and we will tell you the time and dollars you can gain by using TreatWrite; and


•Speeds patient to payment response time.  Selecting “Bill Now” at the end of each daily note sends patient billing information directly from the daily treatment note to the daily billing summary.  This makes patient billing information ready for immediate processing.  It also adds accountability by directly coordinating documentation with billing.



Contact us to learn how progress tracking towards clinical outcomes will help you:

• comply with government regulations


• eliminate audit review concerns


• demonstrate the worth of your services to patients, physicians, and payers 


save money by increasing documentation efficiencies


• give your practitioners more time to see additional clients

• make your allied health staff very happy!