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Tips for ABA Therapists Credentialing through CAQH

Posted by Robinsons2 , in ABA Therapy Billing, Applied Behavior Analysis 24 August 2015 · 804 views

Tips for ABA Therapists Credentialing through CAQH Tips for BCBAs providing ABA Therapy Services to help complete the CAQH application in preparation for Credentialing with Insurance companies.

We’ve talked about negotiating Single Case Agreements while Out of Network  , now what do you do to start the process for becoming In Network? Follow these steps to get your CAQH application in the best shape pos...


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ABA Therapy Billing—Negotiating an In-Network Single Case Agreement (SCA) for Out-Of-Network Providers

Posted by Robinsons2 , in ABA Therapy Billing, Applied Behavior Analysis 08 August 2015 · 1,454 views
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ABA Therapy Billing—Negotiating an In-Network Single Case Agreement (SCA) for Out-Of-Network Providers Tips for ABA Therapy providers and intake or authorization coordinators to help gain Single Case Agreements for In-Network payment as an Out-Of-Network provider.

Even though your agency may be Out-Of-Network (OON) with a particular insurance company, you may still have the option of negotiating a Single Case Agreement (SCA) to be recognized as an In-Net...


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ABA Therapy Initial Assessment Authorizations—How to Maximize Each Auth

Posted by Robinsons2 , in ABA Therapy Billing, Autism Treatments, Applied Behavior Analysis, Uncategorized 29 July 2015 · 962 views
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ABA Therapy Initial Assessment Authorizations—How to Maximize Each Auth Tips for ABA Therapy intake or authorization coordinators to ensure maximized authorization for the most billable hours for your client’s initial assessment and examples of authorization processes by insurance company.

You have followed our ABA Therapy Eligibility guide  , and you are now certain that your client has ABA Therapy coverage. Excellent!...


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ABA Therapy Insurance Eligibility—7 Steps to Avoid a False Positive

Posted by Robinsons2 , in Applied Behavior Analysis, Uncategorized 22 July 2015 · 1,309 views
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ABA Therapy Insurance Eligibility—7 Steps to Avoid a False Positive 7-step guide for ABA Therapy intake coordinators to ensure that their patients are eligible and covered for ABA Therapy services by their medical health insurance plan.

Have you called a patient’s insurance company to verify eligibility for ABA Therapy, been told by the insurance eligibility and benefits rep that the patient is eligible, then find out l...


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Why Collaborate?

Posted by tlvail , in Speech & Language Therapy, Autism Treatments, Applied Behavior Analysis 10 September 2013 · 917 views
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Why Collaborate?

Why Collaborate?


By Tracy Vail,MS,CCC/SLP

Let's Talk Speech & Language


Wikpedia defines Collaboration as follows:  “Collaboration is working with each other to do a task.   It is a recursive process where two or more people...



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Why do children refuse to participate in therapy?

Posted by tlvail , in Speech & Language Therapy, Autism Treatments, Applied Behavior Analysis 16 August 2013 · 1,000 views
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Why do children refuse to participate in therapy? I think it's really valuable when professionals and parents make a shift in their thinking where the question changes from "Why won't my child participate in therapy" to "What do I need to do to change the environment so the child wants to learn?"  The responsibility for teaching any skill then becomes the responsibility of the...


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ABA Therapy- Anyone experience worsened behaviors 6 months in?


Hi, My name is Tamara. My son Trystan was diagnosed with Autistic Disorder at age three and we were going through PCIT for a year, he was also going to ECSE in our town and a local daycare provider at the beginning of this year (at age 4). I got concerned as he was presenting with unsafe behaviors (running out of the school, and hitting peers) I worried he...


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Understanding the Mind of the Child with Autism

Posted by tlvail , in Autism Treatments, Applied Behavior Analysis 06 June 2013 · 1,508 views
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Understanding the Mind of the Child with Autism When determining why children with Autism do the things they do, we typically will take ABC data and determine the function the behavior serves for the child.  In other words, what has the child “accidentally learned” that has them doing the things they do.

While this is a critical part of developing a behavior plan, it’s also critical to understand...


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Learning Style Profiles in ASD: Each Child is Unique


Learning Style Profiles in ASD: Each Child is Unique  
Dr. Patrick J. Rydell
I would like to continue our discussion on the learning styles of children with autism spectrum disorder.  Let me start by saying that not all children with ASD have the same learning style profile.  In the past, learning style has been primarily differentiated into...