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With an expiration date of May 11, the end of the national public health emergency is in sight — along with the changes, waivers, and exceptions for providers that came with it. What does that mean for PTs and PTAs? Here's a brief rundown of some of the major shifts you should be aware of.

(This article was corrected to clarify that the 15 hours per week of therapy that will be required of inpatient rehab facilities applies to therapy generally, and not just services provided by PTs, and was later updated to reflect an HHS decision to implement a transition period for HIPAA enforcement post-PHE.)

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