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5 Things Small Practices Need to Know about HIPAA

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996—a.k.a. HIPAA—does not distinguish between large and small practices. Fortunately, regulators do. While the law imposes the same requirements upon solo practitioners and large rehab hospitals, the manner in which those requirements are applied may depend upon your practice size.

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5 Things I Wish I had Learned in PT School

I am not one of those people who bounded out of physical therapy school, brimming with confidence and ready to take on the world. I didn’t lead any groups or clubs during school. I made absolutely no effort to network. And I wound up spending the first two years of my PT career bouncing around a bit, trying to find my footing in the physical therapy industry.

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5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle

Life as a traveling therapist has numerous perks: the freedom to live in various places across the country, multiple clinic settings to choose from, and of course, higher pay. But the most exciting benefit is the ability to take full control over your career and design the work-life balance you’ve always hoped for.

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6 Common HIPAA Compliance Issues to Avoid

I’m going to turn the lights down low, burn a few candles, play some Norah Jones, and slip into something a little less comfortable: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance (yeah, baby). Okay, so maybe it’s not the sexiest of topics, but familiarizing yourself with the most common HIPAA compliance issues helps keep your practice in the know—and out of the jailhouse. So, let’s strip it down, shall we?

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5 Steps to Stay Present

When we fail to stay present—in our business and professional relationships—we also fail to notice things around us. Here are five ways to “be there” for those around us who truly matter.

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