ReDoc Software Named a Strategic Business Partner

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ALEXANDRIA, VA, May 2, 2013 — ReDoc Software (ReDoc), a documentation and management software provider for outpatient rehabilitation services, has been named a Strategic Business Partner of APTA.

Through its Strategic Business Partners Program, APTA seeks to enhance business relationships and develop meaningful partnerships with for-profit companies by offering services and marketing opportunities that provide mutual benefits to partners and APTA.

"We consider it very important that ReDoc employs a number of clinically trained staff who use their knowledge of reimbursement regulations to design and implement practical solutions," said APTA President Paul A. Rockar Jr., PT, DPT, MS. "And it is because of their trained staff that ReDoc's software will be able to help physical therapists succeed in their efforts to comply with new Medicare reporting requirements."

ReDoc Software interfaces with all major hospital information systems and private practice management applications. According to physical therapist and ReDoc Software Founder and Chief Clinical Officer Gerry Stone, PT, M.Ed., "ReDoc’s capabilities have always been aligned with APTA’s goal of benefitting the physical therapy profession through electronic documentation and information technology. It is gratifying to be working with APTA to help with some of the challenges facing physical therapy today."

ReDoc has been the leader in therapy documentation and management software for nearly two decades. With clinical, technical, and management experience in the therapy industry, ReDoc understands the unique business and clinical needs of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists in outpatient hospitals and private practices. ReDoc is focused on providing solutions for therapists to efficiently document patient care to improve reimbursement, increase profitability, and most importantly, enhance patient care and satisfaction. All of the company’s solutions maintain current industry standards with Microsoft and HL-7 and are interoperable with multiple office systems. To learn more, visit ReDocSoftware.com.

The American Physical Therapy Association represents more than 85,000 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy nationwide. Learn more about conditions physical therapists can treat and find a physical therapist in your area at www.MoveForwardPT.com. Consumers are encouraged to follow us on Twitter (@MoveForwardPT) and Facebook.

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