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Upcoming Webinar | New Evaluation Codes - Are You Ready?

On January 1, 2017 all physical therapists will encounter three new evaluation codes and a new reevaluation code.  Are you ready?

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Self-Reported Vital Sign Assessment in Physical Therapy

Your participation is requested in a research project to assess the use of vital signs in Physical Therapy Practice!

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CGBA Presentation from the 2016 ALAPTA Fall Conference

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  • PT Locum Tenens, Rehab Research Among Victories in New Health Care Legislation

    The 21st Century Cures Acct contains some good news specifically for PTs and supporters of rehabilitation research.

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  • Researchers Find 'Unsettling' Uptick in Stroke Rates in Adults Under 55

    Stroke rates among adults 55 and younger have been climbing.

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  • From PT in Motion Magazine: Removing Roadblocks to Adherence

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  • CoHSTAR Research Center Accepting Postdoctoral and Faculty Fellowship Applications

    PTs interested in playing a transformative role in physical therapy health services research now have a big chance to do just that.

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  • 2017 Slate of Candidates Posted

    The 2017 Slate of Candidates for APTA national office is now posted on the APTA website.

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  • Free Learning Lab on Partnering With ACOs Recorded and Ready

    New Learning Lab recording: Partnering with ACOs.

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  • Study: Research Indicates PT-Delivered CB Interventions Work for LBP But Can They be Translated to Practice?

    Researchers are confident that when PTs add CB interventions to their treatment of patients with back pain, outcomes improve--but there are questions about implementation.

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  • Researchers: A City's 'Stress Level' Could Affect Local Hospital Ratings

    Could the amount of "stress" in a city affect a hospital's CMS star ratings?

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  • Trump Taps Price for HHS, Verma for CMS

    President-elect Donald Trump has announced that he will nominate Georgia Rep Tom Price for HHS secretary, and Seema Verma for CMS director.

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  • Outpatient Payment, Home Health Fact Sheets Now Available From APTA

    Now available to APTA members: context and details to help you understand final 2017 rules from CMS on the home health and outpatient prospective payment systems.

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  • From Move Forward Radio: A Journey Out of Pain and Away From Painkillers, Thanks to Physical Therapy

    Morgan Hay thought she would lose her battle against pain - until she connected with a PT.

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  • USBJI Young Investigators Program Accepting Applications for 2017 Program

    Physical therapist investigators have an opportunity to receive guidance in getting their research funded and "other survival skills required for pursuing an academic career" through a program that connects them with experienced researcher-mentors.

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  • Tim Flynn, PT, PhD, Wants Physical Therapists to Take the Lead in Pain Education

    Tim Flynn wants his fellow PTs to help consumers understand potential harms from the "medical-industrial complex."

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  • 'Proof of Concept' Study Points to Possible Link Between Aerobic Exercise and Improvement in Cognitive Function in Patients With Vascular-Based Impairment

    Could aerobic activity actually improve cognitive function in older adults with vascular-based impairments?

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  • Study: EHR Interoperability Necessary for Evaluating Quality Improvement

    With so many different EHR vendors out there, increased standardization is essential.

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  • Quick Guide and Call-In Q&A Are Latest New Resources to Prepare for Payment in 2017

    A quick guide to the new evaluation codes and a recording of payment reform webinar are the latest additions to APTA's payment resources.

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  • The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in Local News, November, 2016

    Good news about APTA members and the physical therapy profession.

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  • ACOs Beginning to Take Creative Steps to Address Nonmedical Needs But Can Those Steps Be Expanded?

    Some ACOs are beginning to do something about patient needs around housing, transportation, and food insecurity.

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  • From PTJ: Time for a 'Paradigm Shift' in Treatment of Patients With DPN

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  • Survey Results Reveal Traction Popular Among PTs Treating Neck Pain

    Cervical traction for neck pain: popular among PTs, but why?

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  • Get the Facts on the 2017 Fee Schedule

    Get the facts on the 2017 physician fee schedule.

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