The late Jayne Snyder, PT, DPT, MA, FAPTA, a prolific member of the physical therapy community who passed away last October, has left a bequest totaling more than $106,000 to the Foundation for Physical Therapy.
Snyder was a driving force in the physical therapy profession, devoting her life to community and political advocacy. She was the owner and founder of Snyder Physical Therapy PC in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she worked as a clinician treating patients in the areas of orthopedics and sports medicine. Snyder also served on the Foundation's Board of Trustees as president and chair for 6 years (1997-2003). Read more about Snyder's accomplishments and contributions to the physical therapy profession in this press release.
A new podcast from the US Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General (OIG) outlines what physical therapists and other health care providers should do when they discover that they may have violated federal fraud and abuse laws. According to OIG's Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol, a provider should:
The podcast also gives tips on how to make a protocol resolution process go smoothly.
A written transcript and video accompany the podcast.