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The Mission of the Pennsylvania
Speech-Language-Hearing Association
is to advocate for the communicatively disabled and the professionals who serve them in order to insure that the integrity of services is maintained.
2013 PSHA Convention - Harrisburg, PA
Medicare Clarifies Manual Medical Review for 2014 Therapy ClaimsRead more.
Salus University Announces New Master Of Science Degree Program In Speech-Language PathologyRead more.
Pennsylvania bill becomes our new licensure law. Read more.
New Resources for Medicare and Medicaid Click Here.


PSHA 2016 Convention
April 6-9, 2016
Pittsburgh, PA

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Posted 8/11/2015

ASHA is pleased to provide the document: Essential Coverage: Rehabilitation and Habilitation Services and Devicesto be used to explain the role of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in providing services to clients who require rehabilitation and habilitation services and devices for the purposes of education and advocating within Pennsylvania to maximize coverage of member services. The guide contains the federally adopted definition of rehabilitation and habilitation and provides clinical examples of medically necessary audiology and SLP services under the defined benefit category. The new federal definition provides an opportunity to advocate for expanded coverage of habilitation services that have previously been denied.

Posted 6/15/2015

PSHA's Response to the Essential Health Benefits Benchmark Plan


Posted 3/6/2015

Medicare Outpatient Therapy Cap  
Tell Congress to support the Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2015, S. 539/ H.R. 775, legislation that would repeal the Medicare outpatient therapy caps and ensure Medicare patients continue to have access to medically necessary speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, and physical therapy services. A repeal of the Medicare therapy caps should also be included in any Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) reform package.

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Posted 1/8/2015

Education Specialist Certification for Speech-Language Pathologists in the Schools.. Read more

Posted 11/21/2014

Bill signing for the updated licensure act.
PSHA reprsentatives in the photo are Anne Gilberston, Emily Katzaman and David Tive.



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