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While policy makers at all levels are working to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency and get the country back to normal, the unfortunate truth is millions of people have lost their jobs and consequently lost their health coverage. This is true for PTs, PTAs, and the patients they treat.

So, what happens when you find you find yourself without coverage? And if your patients need to find alternative coverage, how could that affect the services you provide? Here are the three most common options available.

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