NARA'S Annual Fall Conference To Provide Vital Information For The Success of Rehabilitation Providers and Businesses

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The National Association of Rehabilitation Providers & Agencies (NARA) will be hosting its 31st annual Fall Conference in Sand Key Beach, Florida October 21-23, 2009. NARA, with operations based in Oldsmar, Florida and Washington, D.C., is a trade association that has supported the knowledge and advocacy of hundreds of rehabilitation therapy providers & agencies throughout the country for the past 31 years.

NARA offers its annual Fall Conference, entitled "Rehab, RACS and Wellness…Keep What you Have while Diversifying Your Business" to continue to facilitate and support the businesses providing rehabilitation therapy, ("The Business of Rehab"), including the most up-to-date regulatory and legislative information and operational interpretations that rehab business entities will find timely and useful.

"Our fall conference will provide NARA members and attendees a very full agenda of relevant critical business topics including billing, reimbursement and coding updates, CMS regulatory, compliance, and integrity program efforts, as well as clinical programs to enhance revenues. As NARA's network and infrastructure is designed to be responsive to the needs of it's members, we feel that this agenda will fulfill our focus and mission of keeping rehab providers and businesses owners informed and equipped with valuable take- a- ways for immediate application when they return to their businesses," commented Gregg J. Altobella, President of the Association.

NARA's Fall Conference will, also feature a "Pre-Conference" on October 21, 2009 with presenter Rick Gawenda, PT who will focus on reimbursement denial management in conjunction with the "fine-tuning" of medical necessity in documentation, coding and billing processes of a rehab business.

For more information about NARA or the upcoming fall conference, visit or contact NARA Central at 813-855-9168.


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