"If you costs the patient via insurance coverage policy, you then need to worry about HIPPA rules, etc - I found it not value it. I first did the researchers as provide execute and marketing for me. This was probably the best…"
"No, that's not correct. The Wisconsin legislation states that my massage license is and will continue to be valid as long as: I pass (which I did back in 2003) the NCBTMB exam (only one offered then) or equivalent exam…"
"I'm thinking about letting my NCBTMB certification lapse. In the years since I graduated from MT school (2003), I have stressed out about having the appropriate CEUs to keep my national credentials. And then with the economy, my business fell…"
"There are two types of hospital massage. I have done it both for the icu nurses as stress management and for patients
If you bill the patient via insurance, you then need to worry about HIPPA laws, etc - I found it not worth it. I…"
"Those are some really great areas to be working on.
I don't want to mislead you that it will be an easy process (hospitals are incredibly bureaucratic, even when they're *not* financially squeezed as they are now), but I do think it…"
"it was in discussion with a hospital emplyee that these questions came up, some of the doctors and nursing staff are trying to get massage in the hospital to address pain management, stress, and insomnia issues, with less narchotics they are…"
I worked at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle in what then was called the Refugee Clinic for almost a decade. Unfortunately, I can't address your billing questions, because I was funded by a grant. Exploring that, such as…"