Course Type: NEXT | Webinar
Presenter(s): Sheree C. York, DPT; Amy Bailes, PT, MS, PCS; Rebecca Reder, OTD
Price: $75 APTA Members | $85 Nonmember (subject to change)
CEU: 0.2 CEUs (2.0 contact hours)
Description: Presenters will discuss their involvement in leading change in service delivery models based on clinical excellence through the use of evidence and clinical practice guidelines for cerebral palsy and congenital muscular torticollis. Family-centered models of care focusing on meaningful outcomes based on activity and participation, supporting self-management of children and families, and an understanding of prognosis or likelihood to benefit from services leads to more effective and cost-efficient services as children and their families invest in what makes the most difference for what matters most. Collecting and analyzing data can provide direction for decisions at the management and the clinical practice levels. The speakers will address identifying the data to be collected, analyzing the data, and documenting outcomes/tracking results as related to both population data bases and the individual patient level.
Your registration will also provide you with access to view the nationally acclaimed McMillian and Maley Lectures.
Purchase: View full course description at the APTA Learning Center.
Last Updated: 7/11/2014
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