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16 Jan
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NCCI Code Edits: Your Questions Answered

We’re fighting to change recent coding edits. In the meantime, here are answers to common questions about how the new restrictions work. Source: APTA Feed NCCI Code Edits: Your Questions Answered

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15 Jan
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The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, January 2020

Members are making their marks in all kinds of ways. Source: APTA Feed The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, January 2020

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15 Jan
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We Have a Winner: ONE by ONE Member Recruitment Effort's Prizewinner List Continues to Grow

Don’t miss a chance to win free APTA membership. Source: APTA Feed We Have a Winner: ONE by ONE Member Recruitment Effort's Prizewinner List Continues to Grow

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14 Jan
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APTA CEO Moore Joins Amputee Coalition Board

Moore will join 11 other board members to shape advocacy on behalf of Americans with limb loss and limb difference. Source: APTA Feed APTA CEO Moore Joins Amputee Coalition Board

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10 Jan
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Paul Rockar Named Foundation President

Rockar is a former APTA president. Source: APTA Feed Paul Rockar Named Foundation President

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08 Jan
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Separate Studies, Similar Conclusions: Bundling for Knee, Hip Replacement Seems to be Working

Are those bundled care payment models working? Source: APTA Feed Separate Studies, Similar Conclusions: Bundling for Knee, Hip Replacement Seems to be Working

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07 Jan
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New APTA-Supported CPG Looks at Best Ways to Improve Walking Speed, Distance for Individuals After Stroke, Brain Injury, and Incomplete SCI

The new CPG evaluates the evidence for what works – and what doesn’t – among interventions that increase walking speed and distance. Source: APTA Feed New APTA-Supported CPG Looks at Best Ways to Improve Walking Speed, Distance for Individuals After ...

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02 Jan
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Time to Act: Surprise Coding Complication Ignores Realities of PT Practice and Must be Changed

Make your voice heard on a code change that ignores accepted PT practice. Source: APTA Feed Time to Act: Surprise Coding Complication Ignores Realities of PT Practice and Must be Changed

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31 Dec
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Small-Scale Study Finds Large-Scale Debt Among Recent DPT Grads

In this review The Debt Burden of Entry Level Physical Therapists (manuscript e published ahead of print in PTJ, December 2019) The message It’s a limited study—based on a small number of respondents who are early Source: APTA Feed Small-Scale ...

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30 Dec
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Physician Owned? Corporate? Independent? Panel Event to Focus on PT Models of Practice

Few would argue that health care in the United States has experienced significant change over the past few years—but do those changes require a new look at practice models for physical therapists (PTs)? That’s the question at the heart of ...

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