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The COVID-19 pandemic quickly brought about something APTA has long advocated for: allowing physical therapists to furnish services via telehealth, as well as expansions of coverage and payment parity for telehealth services by Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial payers. But many temporary provisions are expiring, and it's in the best interest of the profession and our patients to make them permanent.

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