A question I often receive is how do I bill for services provided to a Medicare or non-Medicare beneficiary that were provided by a physical therapist assistant (PTA) or an occupational therapy assistant (OTA). The answer to the question depends upon your practice setting.
In a private practice setting (you submit claims on a 1500-claim form to the insurance carrier), the services of a PTA or OTA are billed
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