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Next Step Co-Care Alliance

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The Co-Care Alliance began in 2005 when a large area rehabilitation institute closed their pool for renovations. They referred their patients to our facility for aquatics after it was proven that we possessed the skills, tools and service quality required to uphold their reputation.

While acting as an extended provision of their care, we intermittently provided aquatics to their patients while land-based therapy was performed at the referring facility. This system also presented the opportunity for our patients to benefit from their specialties when needed, and from that the Co-Care alliance was born.

Next Step Physical Therapy has proven time and again that two facilities can co-treat the same patient if both are responsible, and completely cognoscente of the patients' condition, and plan of care.

There is no duplication of treatments provided by the referring facility and Next Step Physical Therapy. When co-treating with other facilities, we enter into a mutual agreement that addresses business sensitivities and maintains the primary facility's proprietary role. After corresponding with insurance companies this separation of treatment modalities increases the likelihood of insurance reimbursement to both facilities.

Since its inception, the alliance has grown to include hospital based outpatient departments, private inpatient rehabilitation facilities, smaller private clinics and physician owned practices that do not have aquatics. This system allows private facilities to benefit from expanded capabilities without the expense involved in having their own pool.

Next Step Physical Therapy has earned the distinction of being the pioneer of the Co-Care Alliance. We have gained the trust and established the track record required to give your patients the best care available.

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