Alert: Suspect ‘Checks’ Are Making the Rounds

Alert: Suspect ‘Checks’ Are Making the Rounds

Did you recently receive what appears to be a check for payment of services from a national proprietary provider network? Be careful: It may not be what you think.

APTA has been made aware that some PTs are receiving what looks like a check but is in fact an agreement to participate in a provider network. The fine print that accompanies the check makes it clear: Endorsing and cashing or depositing this check constitutes acceptance of network participation, and acceptance and agreement of all terms and conditions of the agreement. APTA is sharing this information with you as a reminder of the importance of thoroughly reading all information from a payer or third-party administrator, or TPA.

Full article at APTA

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