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Now available: the 2017 APTA Annual Report, an e-published document that provides an overview of a year fueled by collaboration and marked by accomplishments in areas ranging from national public relations campaigns to membership milestones and the end of the hard cap on payment for rehabilitation services under Medicare.

The report builds on a 2017 "year in review" released in December 2017. In addition to the contents of that publication, the report includes financial information, a treasurer's report, and membership statistics.

"APTA's past year was impressive," writes APTA President Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD. "But even more impressive is the way we accomplished what we did—through a commitment to working together, sharing ideas, and learning from each other."

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