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Many PTs and PTAs donate their time and services to help others. Most volunteer simply because "it's the right thing to do." For others, however, there's an additional imperative: an obligation to give back.
What needs to be done, and how physical therapists can be involved.
The concept of cash flow sounds simple: the flow of money into and out of a practice. But the implications are more complex.
Is autonomous practice really new to physical therapy? Why is it so important, and what can individual PTs do to help make it happen? The keys lie in one forward-looking document and the profession's commitment to action.
When matters of reimbursement, time management, profitability, and convenience collide.
There's a coverage limit on outpatient therapy services under Medicare, but the fight continues to ensure that medically necessary exceptions are granted and patients' needs are met.
This month's cover story reports on seven PTs and PTAs who are donating their time and energy to assist others.
A look at ethical and risk management considerations in treating patients and clients who may be impaired by alcohol or other prescribed or illegal drugs.
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