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“Helper’s Heart” Blog

We provide ABA Therapy insurance billing blogs and webinars for ABA Therapy providers, ABA Therapists, BCBAs, and provider administrators offering tips and advice to keep you on top of your game, insights into changes in processes, and much more.

 

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Webinar: Starting Social Skills Groups at Your ABA Organization

Webinar: Starting Social Skills Groups at Your ABA Organization

Guest presenters: Emily Roche, Dr. Amanda Kelly, and Kristina Mosley Webinar and Handouts Jump Down to Webinar Many ABA providers are interested in starting social skills groups. While most ABA organizations offer one-on-one care, many families are also seeking options focused on socials skills groups. And, many providers

Webinar: Culturally Competent Supervision Practices for ABA Organizations

Webinar: Culturally Competent Supervision Practices for ABA Organizations

Guest Presenter: Brian Conners, Ed.S., BCBA, Seton Hall University Webinar Jump Down to Webinar This webinar is designed for current or future owners of ABA organizations to develop a better understanding of supervision practices that embrace cultural humility. Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) often provide supervision to professionals on treatment

Credentialing: 5 Tips for Navigating the Process

Credentialing: 5 Tips for Navigating the Process

written by consultant Emily Roche   The credentialing process with insurance companies can be difficult to navigate. While each insurance company has differences in the process, some common knowledge will help your organization be successful. 1. Contracting vs. Credentialing When becoming an in-network provider with insurance companies, the contracting

Provider Portals: What are they? Are they worth the effort?

Provider Portals: What are they? Are they worth the effort?

By Megan Lawhon Provider portals are a useful tool that insurances companies use to give you information on the spot regarding a client’s insurance claims and benefits. However, sometimes working with them can be discouraging because they are each different and can feel overwhelming. In this

Slaying the Dragon: Tips for Working Denied and Unpaid Claims

Slaying the Dragon: Tips for Working Denied and Unpaid Claims

By Megan Lawhon In a small village, a knight sits lazily enjoying a tankard of ale. All at once, the village bells start ringing signaling that the village is in some kind or peril. Immediately, the knight goes to his room. He reviews his armor and

Webinar: Practical Application of Category I CPT® Codes

Webinar: Practical Application of Category I CPT® Codes

Presented by: Michele Silcox, CMRS—Owner of ABA Therapy Billing and Insurance Services and MS Consulting, LLC Now that the first month has passed, let’s review the results of authorizations and communication with the health plans and how to use the ABA Steering Committee Supplemental Guidance