The following listing represents a small number of the insurance carriers in which Westchase Physical Therapy & Medical Supply (WPTMS) is a “Network Provider”.
As of 8/01/11, WPTMS is a Network Provider for over 850 insurance carriers. Below is a listing of the larger carriers we accept. Please contact our corporate office at 813-343-3960 with any questions.
- Tricare Prime
- Tricare for Life
- Department of Labor
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield (All Plans)
- United Healthcare
- Cigna / Great West
- Workers’ Compensation
- Auto Insurance
For a more complete list the insurance plans we accept and are members of, please open this document.
The PTPN Difference
PTPN is a different type of rehabilitation network—one that stands above the others in the current market as a national network of independent private practice therapists that payors and patients can rely on for integrity, stability, and quality.
PTPN was founded by nationally recognized leaders in the physical therapy profession in the belief that the professional ethics, clinical expertise, and personal commitment of the private practitioner deliver the best value and the highest level of service to both patients and payers.
And it works . . . PTPN therapists were found to produce 62% more clinical value than other therapists by an independent outcomes management company.
PTPN is the only network to:
Enroll only therapist-owned clinics. Offices that are owned by physicians, corporations, or other health care organizations are not accepted, so there are no conflicts of interest in ownership that can drive up utilization and reduce the quality of patient care.
Have ongoing, comprehensive quality assurance, case management, and utilization management programs that regularly audit providers, measure patient satisfaction, and monitor utilization to make sure that treatment matches the needs of the patient and is producing the desired outcome.
Uphold the highest quality standards in the rehabilitation industry. PTPN members must meet credentialing requirements that exceed those of other networks and state licensing requirements, and surpass those that the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) requires for physicians in managed care plans.