Good news/Bad news
Good News: If the PT is going to be in the office with the physician, the PT can bill incident to the physician and no special credentialing is needed.
Bad News: If the PT is NOT going to be in the office with the physician, then the PT will need to be separately credentialed as a member of your group. Medicare, Medicaid & many insurance plans separately credential PT's.
Hope this helps.
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