In the early morning hours of February 9, 2018, the United States Senate and House of Representatives both passed legislation that repeals the outpatient therapy cap; however, changes payment rates for services provided by a physical therapist assistant and/or occupational therapy assistant to Medicare beneficiaries receiving outpatient therapy services. In addition, the legislation also makes changes to the Home Health Agencies and Part A home health services. President Trump signed the bill into law early Friday morning.
The therapy cap repeal is effective with dates of services on and after
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