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PTs have provided critical care to Haitians since the January 2010 earthquake, but they also provided assistance in a range of other disasters. What lessons have been learned?
The underlying cause of a health care error may not be obvious. The good news: PTs are well-suited to the task of identifying the cause.
Here's a look at some advances and proposals in the field of health care technology.
Examining anti-fraud measures in the health care reform law.
The perils of paternalism. Part II.
A satisfying career, nourished by challenges.
In Haiti, rebuilding takes many forms.
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