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06 Apr
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New Website Includes 'Visualization' of PT, PTA Wages, Required Skills, More

April 6, 2016: A new project from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is aiming to make government-collected data—including data related to the physical therapy profession—easier to access, understand, and visualize. Source: APTA Feed New Website Includes 'Visualization' of PT, ...

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06 Apr
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New Website Includes 'Visualization' of PT, PTA Wages, Required Skills, More

April 6, 2016: A new project from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is aiming to make government-collected data—including data related to the physical therapy profession—easier to access, understand, and visualize. Source: APTA Feed New Website Includes 'Visualization' of PT, ...

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05 Apr
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From PT in Motion: Coding Reform in Context

April 5, 2016: Physical therapy coding reform is coming—and it’s part of a much bigger picture. Source: APTA Feed From PT in Motion: Coding Reform in Context

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05 Apr
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Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at 86

April 4, 2016: Bella J. May, PT, EdD, CEEAA, FAPTA, renowned physical therapy educator, author, and recipient of some of APTA’s highest honors and awards, has died. She was 86. Source: APTA Feed Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at ...

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05 Apr
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Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at 86

April 4, 2016: Bella J. May, PT, EdD, CEEAA, FAPTA, renowned physical therapy educator, author, and recipient of some of APTA’s highest honors and awards, has died. She was 86. Source: APTA Feed Physical Therapy Leader Bella May Dies at ...

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04 Apr
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Study: 'Cultural Competence' May Not Affect Health Disparities

“Patchy” and “sparse”—those are the words used by authors of a US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report to describe the state of research into cultural competence and its effects on health disparities. Source: APTA Feed Study: 'Cultural ...

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04 Apr
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Study: 'Cultural Competence' May Not Affect Health Disparities

“Patchy” and “sparse”—those are the words used by authors of a US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report to describe the state of research into cultural competence and its effects on health disparities. Source: APTA Feed Study: 'Cultural ...

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01 Apr
0

Report: To Succeed in New CMS Bundle Model, Hospitals Need to Pay More Attention to Postdischarge TKA, THA Care

April 1, 2016: According to estimate, about 60% of the hospitals required to participate in the CMS CJR bundled care program may have a rough road ahead. Source: APTA Feed Report: To Succeed in New CMS Bundle Model, Hospitals Need ...

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01 Apr
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Aquatic Exercise Good for Knee/Hip OA, Could Help With Transition to Land-Based Exercise

April 1, 2016: Aquatic exercise can provide small, short-term benefits for people with mixed hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), but its real promise may be as a catalyst to move people with knee or hip OA toward effective land-based exercise. ...

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01 Apr
0

Aquatic Exercise Good for Knee/Hip OA, Could Help With Transition to Land-Based Exercise

April 1, 2016: Aquatic exercise can provide small, short-term benefits for people with mixed hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), but its real promise may be as a catalyst to move people with knee or hip OA toward effective land-based exercise. ...

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