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22 Mar
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2016 Slate of Candidates Posted

December 4, 2015: The 2016 Slate of Candidates for APTA national office is now available on the APTA website. Source: APTA Feed 2016 Slate of Candidates Posted

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21 Mar
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No Turning Back: 4 Ways Bundled Payments Will Change Rehab Care

March 21, 2016: You may be familiar with the immediate impacts of the CJR bundled careon PTs and PTAs, but the model, and others like it, also set the stage for even bigger shifts in how rehabilitation professionals interact with ...

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21 Mar
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No Turning Back: 4 Ways Bundled Payments Will Change Rehab Care

March 21, 2016: You may be familiar with the immediate impacts of the CJR bundled careon PTs and PTAs, but the model, and others like it, also set the stage for even bigger shifts in how rehabilitation professionals interact with ...

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18 Mar
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Foundation Announces 2016 Award Recipients

March 18, 2016: This year’s recipients of the Foundation for Physical Therapy’s (Foundation) service awards include 2 inspirational leaders in the profession and a medical products company that has been a consistent supporter of physical therapy research. Source: APTA Feed ...

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18 Mar
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Foundation Announces 2016 Award Recipients

March 18, 2016: This year’s recipients of the Foundation for Physical Therapy’s (Foundation) service awards include 2 inspirational leaders in the profession and a medical products company that has been a consistent supporter of physical therapy research. Source: APTA Feed ...

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17 Mar
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Study Looks at Readmission Hazards, Offsets Among Adults With Debility

March 17, 2016: A new study takes a closer look at just how readmissions play out for individuals admitted for inpatient rehabilition due to debility. Source: APTA Feed Study Looks at Readmission Hazards, Offsets Among Adults With Debility

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17 Mar
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Study Looks at Readmission Hazards, Offsets Among Adults With Debility

March 17, 2016: A new study takes a closer look at just how readmissions play out for individuals admitted for inpatient rehabilition due to debility. Source: APTA Feed Study Looks at Readmission Hazards, Offsets Among Adults With Debility

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16 Mar
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CDC: Physical Therapy, Other Non-Drug, Non-Opioid Approaches Should be First-Line Treatment for Chronic Pain

March 16, 2016: In its final version of a guideline for prescribing opioids for chronic pain, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) minces no words about the importance of physical therapy and other non-drug/non-opioid approaches. Source: APTA ...

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16 Mar
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CDC: Physical Therapy, Other Non-Drug, Non-Opioid Approaches Should be First-Line Treatment for Chronic Pain

March 16, 2016: In its final version of a guideline for prescribing opioids for chronic pain, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) minces no words about the importance of physical therapy and other non-drug/non-opioid approaches. Source: APTA ...

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16 Mar
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in Local News, March 2016

March 16, 2016: “The Good Stuff,” is an occasional series that highlights recent, mostly local media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members, with an emphasis on good news and stories of how individual PTs and PTAs are transforming health ...

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