May Release Recap

New

  • Case Benefit Verification: Users can now include a verification date for primary and secondary insurances. Once added, a checkmark displays next to the insurance name on the patient chart. Hover over the checkmark to view the verification date and the name of the user who input the date.
  • SOAP 2.0
    • Vestibular Specialty Content 
      • Objective: Central Nervous System (CNS), Peripheral Nervous System (PNS), Nystagmus, Balance, BPPV, and Cervicogenic testing
      • Subjective/Assessment: Dizziness presentation and Concussion reporting
      • Standardized Tests: Clinical Test for Sensory Interaction on Balance (CTSIB), Modified CTSIB (mCTSIB), Four Square Step Test, Rivermead Concussion, Head Injury Questionnaires (Initial Evaluation and Follow-Up), Vestibular/Ocular Motor Screening (VOMS)
    • Pelvic Health Standardized Test: Pelvic Organ Prolapse/Urinary Incontinence Sexual Questionnaire (PISQ-12)
    • 97 Modifier: The 97 (Rehabilitative) Modifier will now automatically be applied to all charges when it’s applied to a case.

Enhanced 

    SOAP 2.0
    • Intake Field Mapping: Digital Patient Intake Conditions fields map to the new Previous and Current Conditions field under the Past Medical History section, further streamlining a therapist’s documentation workflow.
    • Progress Note Needed Alert: Patients due for a Progress Note in SOAP 2.0 are now listed on the Needs Progress Note At a Glance alert. This allows users to proactively schedule the correct appointment type when a progress note is needed.

Fixed

  • Cancel + Waitlist Workflow: Previously, attempts to cancel an appointment and add a patient to the waitlist created an error preventing the cancel and add to waitlist workflow. This issue has been resolved and users can now cancel appointments and add patients to the waitlist as expected.
  • Cancel/No Show Comments: Previously, Cancel/No Shows reasons and comments weren’t retained when added from the Patient Chart instead of the Scheduler. This has been resolved.
  • SOAP 2.0
    • Progress Note Requirements: An error was resolved in the calculation of the Progress Note requirements. Now, the Initial Evaluation will be included in the overall count and the Progress Note will be required on the 10th visit for Medicare payers.
    • Measure 154: Previously, Measure 154 required the OMT to be documented before the measure could be met—regardless of whether the patient had a history of falls. This issue has been resolved to display the measure as Met if No is selected in response to the History of Falls question.