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As health care consumers, patients and clients have a growing number of choices. PTs are positioning their practices accordingly.
Student-to-students mentoring programs are helping prepare the PTs and PTAs of tomorrow for the challenges ahead.
In April's PT Magazine, PTs offered their advice on how to thrive in the uncertain months and years ahead. Here's more advice from another group of PTs.
An examination of ethical scenarios presented in recent columns.
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission's latest report emphasizes quality and efficiency.
Our cover story examines a trend affecting all of health care and, even more broadly, virtually all segments of the economy: the patient/client (or customer) as a consumer. The physical therapists (PTs) profiled in the article discuss what this development means to both individual physical therapy practices and the profession generally.
Placing a premium on workplace safety.
A niche confirmed in service to an injured officer.
- Four PT Practices Win 100% Credentialed Clinical Instructor Competition- Work on Strategic Plan Now Complete
- Center for the Intrepid Colonel To Speak at Dinner Dance- Foundation Scholarship, Research Grant Applications Due in August
- Home Health
- The Military Responds
- "Mild" TBI and the "Walking Wounded"
- Legislation and Regulation
- Health Care Headlines
- Association Update
- Members on the Move
- Industry News
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