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  • Utah Physical Therapy | Mountain Land Rehabilitation
    the state with locations from Ogden to St George With 24 convenient locations to choose from you can rely on Mountain Land for all of your physical therapy needs in the great state of Utah Use the search function below to find a location near you Find Locations Near Street City State Zip Select a distance 1 mi 5 mi 10 mi 25 mi 50 mi 100 mi 500 mi 1000 mi Utah Physical Therapy Locations Wasatch Front Locations Bountiful Clinton Holladay Kanab Kaysville Layton Murray Ogden Salem Salt Lake City Millcreek Salt Lake City Downtown Sandy Santaquin West Jordan West Layton West Point Southern Utah Locations Ivins Moab St George Downtown St George Sterling Court St George Sun River Tooele County Locations Stansbury Park Tooele Main Street Tooele Mountain West Medical Center Utah Home Health For patients who are unable to leave home Mountain Land s Home Health Agency provides in house therapy and nursing services Home Health Services are available in Northern Utah from Orem to Ogden including the entire Salt Lake area Call us at 801 495 5255 or send us a message for more information Connect With Us Contact Us Latest Staff News Staff Photo Spotlight

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/utah-physical-therapy/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Careers | Mountain Land
    your career to be close to family friends or fun Mountain Land provides therapy in variety of settings so that you can treat patients where your skills are best utilized We have positions available in Outpatient Clinics Skilled Nursing Facilities Hospitals Transitional Care Units and our Home Rehabilitation Service Careers at Mountain Land All Job Opportunities Student Affiliations Benefits See what we re all about The Staff Compass About Mountain

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  • Corporate Compliance | Mountain Land Rehabilitation
    Panel meets on a regular basis and uses a formal agenda based on the seven elements of an effective compliance program plus the two additional elements per supplemental guidance from the Department of Health and Human Services DHHS 3 Screening Due Diligence The third element of an effective Compliance Program is Screening and Due Diligence The purpose of Screening is to exclude any employee that the company knows or should have known is engaged in illegal or unethical activities from a position of substantial authority Due diligence contributes significantly to informed decision making by enhancing the amount and quality of information available to decision makers and by ensuring that this information is systematically used to deliberate on the decision at hand and all its costs benefits and risks 4 Communication Education Training The fourth element of an effective Compliance Program is Communication Education and Training Open lines of communication must be established ensuring confidentiality between the CCO members of the Compliance Panel Company employees managers and the Governing Body Such lines of communication must be must be accessible to all and allow compliance issues to be reported including a method for anonymous and confidential good faith reporting of potential compliance issues as they are identified Education and training regarding compliance policies procedures as well as the Code of Conduct Ethics should be apparent through Company compliance with Medicare program requirements Company must provide education and training to ensure that employees are aware of the Medicare requirements related to their job function 5 Monitoring Auditing The fifth element of an effective Compliance Program is Auditing and Monitoring A system for auditing and monitoring must be implemented to measure the effectiveness of the compliance program ensure compliance with CMS requirements and identify compliance risks The system should include internal monitoring and audits as well as external audits as appropriate On a regular basis the CCO drafts the Company Auditing and Monitoring Plan as part of the Compliance Work Plan 6 Enforcement Discipline The sixth element of an effective compliance Program is Enforcement and Discipline When an investigation confirms a compliance offense a plan must be in place to enforce consistent discipline Written policies are required that apply appropriate disciplinary sanctions on those who fail to comply with the applicable requirements and standards of conduct Disciplinary policies should include sanctions for non compliance and failure to detect non compliance when routine observation or due diligence should have provided adequate clues or when there is a failure to report actual or suspected non compliance Discipline must be dealt with timely and enforced consistently Disciplinary policies must be clearly written describe expectations and consequences for non compliant behaviors and must be reviewed annually with employees 7 Response Prevention The seventh element of an effective Compliance Program is Response and Prevention When vulnerabilities or non conformances are identified or reported during risk assessment auditing or monitoring activities a corrective action must be conducted in response to potential violations The corrective action must include repayment of overpayments

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/compliance/ (2016-02-01)
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  • About Us | Mountain Land Rehabilitation
    Entrepreneurial Spirit We encourage the application of responsible behavior while developing creative and enterprising ideas to advance the welfare of customers employees and the business 7 Have Fun Our Commitments CLINICAL Use state of the art techniques and equipment appropriate to the patient s needs Treat the patients with the dignity and respect they deserve Provide meaningful and ethical rehabilitation consistent with the desire and needs of the patient Provide clinical collaboration for the maximum benefit to the patient Maintain high documentation standards to assure consistency of treatments and linearity of rehabilitation outcomes Provide an appropriate career path to attract and retain exceptional clinical staff OPERATIONAL Provide adequate space and appropriate equipment for quality patient care Provide ethical and honest treatment billings to facilities and individuals Provide continuing education to therapists to maintain state of the art rehabilitation techniques Provide appropriate marketing techniques consistent with the market place in which we do business Maintain the financial strength and business integrity necessary to fulfill our mission Hire and retain qualified and dedicated employees at all levels in the company Mountain Land Philosophy Mountain Land Rehabilitation strives for continuity and consistency in our staffing Our priority is to provide our patients and our customers with a consistent team of therapists that will become an integrated part of your team and will develop strong professional relationships with your staff Mountain Land Rehabilitation has a reputation of employing and retaining the highest quality professional staff the more competent our therapy specialists the greater degree of excellence outcome and profitability in the delivery of services Each building has a dedicated Rehabilitation Team Leader and rehabilitation staff who are supported by our highly experienced managers as outlined below Mountain Land Company Culture Our culture is best described as an engaged group of people committed to improving

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  • Patient Portal - Mountain Land Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
    pain Our first priority is to help patients reduce their pain This is accomplished through a variety of treatments including Manual Techniques Massage Patient Education Electrical Stimulation Thermal Modalities heat ice ultrasound Once the pain is under control the focus shifts to addressing the CAUSE so the pain will not return This is based on a personalized treatment program of Clinical Exercises Hands on Techniques Patient Education Home Exercises What will Physical Therapy be like Your first day of physical therapy will begin with a few minutes filling out medical and insurance forms Next your physical therapist will sit down with you in a treatment room where you will explain the details of your condition as well as your goals Once your physical therapist has an understanding of your history he or she will perform a physical exam to locate any mechanical dysfunction He or she will explain their findings and recommend a personalized plan of care including Treatment Methods Timeframe Frequency Of Therapy Often treatment will begin on your first visit in an effort to improve your condition as quickly as possible Your first visit to physical therapy will take 60 to 90 minutes At the end of your

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/patientportal/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Insurance Coverage - Mountain Land Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
    Educator s Mutual First Health Great American One Health Health Utah Healthy U Iasis IHC IHP Medicaid Medicare Metra Health PHCS PEHP Regence BCBS of Utah Sterling Option I Tri Care Champus United Health Care of Utah United Med Choice Worker s Comp Coverage limitations may apply Please call our Information Referral Center at 1 800 574 4792 to confirm coverage Downloadable Forms Looking to save time at your visit

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/insurance/ (2016-02-01)
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  • The Staff Compass | Mountain Land Rehabilitation
    the opposite ridge Great photo Ashley and Zachary We love to see the Mountain Land team out living our culture of promoting active and healthy lifestyles We hope to see more from you in our 2016 Staff Photo Contest If you d like a copy of our 2016 calendar contact nick mlrehab com or call 801 942 3311 x151 Calendars are just 9 each Leave a comment New Time Clock Starting December 1st A new era is about to begin in Payroll Effective 12 1 15 employees will begin clocking into the new time keeping system TIME CLOCK We are very excited about the new system and hope everyone else is too We know it has been a quick roll out and we appreciate everyone s participation in training and your patience during this change Change can be scary but is often needed and it will be worth it in the end Effective tomorrow you will begin clocking in out using our new timekeeping system Time Clock To access the website we have set up a shortcut on the MLR Home Page that will take you to the website for clocking NOTE You will not be able to log into this website until December 1st Clicking on Time Clock will take you to the below screen At this point you will put in your Employee Login ID which will be the first two letters of your first name and your employee number that you used when clocking in Stromberg For example mine would be Kr9999 Your password for your initial login will be the first two letters of your first name followed by 00 plus your employee number Kr009999 Please note that the username and password must start with a capital letter Ex Username Kr9999 password Kr009999 Also your employee ID must be at least 4 digits If yours is less than 4 add the appropriate amount of zeros before your ID Ex Kr0123 instead of Kr123 You will be prompted to change your password the first time please make sure it is at least 8 characters and something that you will easily remember After completing this you will then be able to clock in for the day If you are a Supervisor or Clinic Coordinator please make sure all of your employees get the above information Please give Payroll a call if you have any questions or problems If you missed the online training session you can view a recording in the Staff Portal by clicking here The PDF below provides further information on the new Time Clock and it s functions Webclock Functions Leave a comment 2015 Staff Photo Contest Winners Announcing the winners of the 2015 Staff Photo Contest With so many great entries it was a difficult task narrowing it down to just 13 winners Thanks to everyone who participated These winning photos will appear in our upcoming 2016 Calendar and each photographer will receive a 50 Gift Certificate Congratulations to the winners and don t

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/staff/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Staff Photo Spotlight: Megan Smock - Mountain Land Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
    job capturing this scene Megan We love to see the Mountain Land team promoting active and healthy lifestyles by getting out and enjoying nature We can t wait to see all the amazing photos to come in our 2016 Staff Photo Contest One Comment Brian January 27 2016 10 13 am Awesome picture Congrats on making the MLR calendar Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Quick Links Outlook Web Citrix XenApp Time Keeping Time Clock GoToMeeting GoToAssist SharePoint MLRCORP Username RM6 Outpatient MedAdept Dollarson the Net EOBs MD Online Zirmed Password Manager Rehab Optima On My Mind Compliance MLR Relias Stationery Ordering Name Tag Ordering Allegiance Devero Login Way To Go Share The Love Browse Staff News Previous Random Archives Archives Select Month January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014

    Original URL path: https://www.mlrehab.com/staff-photo-spotlight-megan-smock/ (2016-02-01)
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