In this review: Therapy Assistant Staffing and Patient Quality Outcomes in Skilled Nursing Facilities (Journal of Applied Gerontology; abstract only available for free)
Study: Use of PTAs, More Therapy Intensity, Associated With Better SNF Outcomes
An analysis of SNFs across the country echoes some themes from recent research sponsored by APTA and AOTA.
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Date: July 28, 2021
Content Type: Review
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