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"Problem-solving is the beginning of invention," says Peter Pidcoe, PT, DPT, PhD, himself an inventor. Coming up with creative solutions to problems faced by patients is something physical therapists (PTs) do every day. Some PTs go a step further—taking what they see in practice and creating a new product or service.
A request for proposal, or RFP, is a tool practices can use to make informed purchasing decisions.
Life-cycle costing involves identifying all the costs associated with owning an asset. Here's how PTs can apply it to their practices.
A new compendium of resources is designed to help PTs ensure patient-focused care while reducing health care costs.
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Ethics In Practice: Joint Decision
- Data Points
- Focus on Opioids
- Research Roundup
- Practice Management
- Association Resources
Well to Do: Wishing Doesn’t Make It So
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