- List of Level II Taxonomy Codes
- Occupational Therapist
- Occupational Therapist Environmental Modification
- Occupational Therapist Ergonomics
- Occupational Therapist Feeding, Eating & Swallowing
- Occupational Therapist Gerontology
- Occupational Therapist Hand
- Occupational Therapist Human Factors
- Occupational Therapist Low Vision
- Occupational Therapist Mental Health
- Occupational Therapist Neurorehabilitation
- Occupational Therapist Physical Rehabilitation
- Occupational Therapist Pediatrics
- Occupational Therapist Driving and Community Mobility
|Grouping||Respiratory, Developmental, Rehabilitative and Restorative Service Providers|
|Level||Level II - Classification|
|Definition||An occupational therapist is a person who has graduated from an entry-level occupational therapy program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) or predecessor organizations, or approved by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT), or an equivalent international occupational therapy education program; has successfully completed a period of supervised fieldwork experience required by the occupational therapy program; has passed a nationally recognized entry-level examination for occupational therapists, and fulfills state requirements for licensure, certification, or registration. An occupational therapist provides interventions based on evaluation and which emphasize the therapeutic use of everyday life activities (i.e., occupations) with individuals or groups for the purpose of facilitating participation in roles and situations and in home, school, workplace, community and other settings. Occupational therapy services are provided for the purpose of promoting health and wellness and are provided to those who have or are at risk for developing an illness, injury, disease, disorder, condition, impairment, disability, activity limitation, or participation restriction. Occupational therapists address the physical, cognitive, psychosocial, sensory, and other aspects of occupational performance in a variety of contexts to support engagement in everyday life activities that affect health, well-being, and quality of life.|
|Medicare Specialty Code Medicare Specialty Code Crosswalk|
Health care providers and suppliers who are eligible to enroll in Medicare can use this crosswalk that links the taxonomy code with its appropriate medicare specialty code.
|67 - Occupational Therapist in Private Practice|
|Notes||Source: The Guide to Occupational Therapy Practice, 2nd edition. Bethesda: American Occupational Therapy Association, 2007. [7/1/2008: definition changed, added source]|
|Version||NCCU Provider Taxonomy Version 21.0 - January 2021|
The code 225X00000X is the health care provider taxonomy code for occupational therapist grouped under respiratory, developmental, rehabilitative and restorative service providers. NPI records indicate a total of 120,138 registered providers whose primary or secondary taxonomy code is occupational therapist of which 96,018 are registered as females, 11,132 registered as males and 12,988 are organizations.
225X00000X is a level II taxonomy code "classification" used to specify a health care provider service or occupation related to the Provider Grouping. Taxonomy codes are self-selected by the health care provider. Their specialty is defined based on their education level and training. Taxonomy codes do not specify the actual services rendered by the health care provider.
Occupational Therapist Health Care Providers by State
|225XE0001X||Occupational Therapist||Environmental Modification|
|225XF0002X||Occupational Therapist||Feeding, Eating & Swallowing|
|225XH1300X||Occupational Therapist||Human Factors|
|225XL0004X||Occupational Therapist||Low Vision|
|225XM0800X||Occupational Therapist||Mental Health|
|225XP0019X||Occupational Therapist||Physical Rehabilitation|
|225XR0403X||Occupational Therapist||Driving and Community Mobility|
The Health Care Providers Taxonomy Code dataset is © Copyright 2020 of the American Medical Association. The code set is designed for use in electronic health care transactions mandated under HIPAA.
The taxonomy codes are unique alphanumeric codes, ten characters in length. The codes are divided into three distinct "levels": Provider Grouping, Classification, and Area of Specialization. The code set levels are organized to allow navigating down from generic classification to a provider's most specific level of specialization.
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