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APTA members can take advantage of a special offer through July 15, 2020.

If you’re a physical therapist looking to pivot to telehealth, your first question must be “Can I do it?” If the answer is yes, you might then ask yourself, “How do I do it?”

That last question is now easier — and cheaper — for APTA members to answer thanks to special discounts for BlueJay telehealth solutions.

APTA members can receive a three-month 70% discount on BlueJay Telehealth, which includes HIPAA-compliant telehealth video calls, call scheduling and reminder services, AI-powered range of motion assessment, SOAP notes, call records, and secured data storage.

APTA members can also take advantage of a free three-month trial for BlueJay Engage, which includes patient engagement tools such as 2,000 home exercise videos and programs, secured messaging, compliance and outcomes tracking, and care team communications.

After the three-month trial period, APTA members will receive a 10% discount on all BlueJay products and services.

To take advantage of these deals, APTA members can visit this page for an exclusive promo code.

“As COVID-19 disrupts traditional care models, we’re looking for solutions to support our profession’s ability to deliver care in a way that’s safe for patients and providers,” said APTA CEO Justin Moore, PT, DPT. “Telehealth is an area of great need and opportunity, and I’m grateful to BlueJay for providing this offer to assist our members in a challenging time.”

Before charging into telehealth, physical therapists must be cautious. Insurance giants such as Cigna, Aetna, and UnitedHealthcare have each announced temporary benefit changes allowing PTs to bill for most therapy codes delivered by way of telehealth. 

It’s crucial to know what is permitted by your state agency or payer, but that isn’t enough. You need to ask specific questions to understand what you can and can't do.

APTA has expansive resources on telehealth to help you navigate this rapidly changing landscape.

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