To get the most out of CEUs, PTs first must get on the same page with respect to state con ed requirements.
Direct access to physical therapy care is transforming hospital acute care settings—or at least beginning to.
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.
How one piece of legislation could completely change rehab therapy care delivery and reimbursement.
WebPT recently conducted an industry survey of thousands of rehab therapy professionals across a wide variety of settings, specialties, and geographic regions. Our goal: To capture an accurate snapshot of the demographics, trends, frustrations, and motivations that shape our businesses, our future outlook, and our potential for success in this environment of change.
Matt Kraemer of Banner Health discusses how—and why—his hospital leverages physical therapy services.
In our first webinar of 2017, WebPT’s co-founder and president, Heidi Jannenga, teamed up with CEO Nancy Ham to discuss the current and future healthcare trends that will impact PTs, OTs, and SLPs. (Missed it? No worries; you can view the complete recording here.) As always, we received quite a few questions during the presentation—way more than we could address live.
With its future hanging in the balance, we want to know: how has the ACA impacted you, your patients, and your practice?
The first rule of the Graham Sessions is that you don’t talk about the Graham Sessions. Well, sort of. This annual “think tank” event isn’t quite as clandestine as Fight Club, but the rules are definitely a bit different than those associated with any other PT industry conference.