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The Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry: 2019 by the Numbers

Dec 11, 2019/News

The Registry integrates with EHRs to help providers easily benchmark patient outcomes, participate in the MIPS, and improve patient care.

Busting Medicare Part B Myths (and Regulating Your Expectations), Part 2

Dec 26, 2019/Perspective

Debunking some of the most prevalent Medicare myths.

New PTJ Podcast Previews June Special Issue on Infant and Child Development

May 28, 2019/Article

Topics include sensor technology and device development, approaches to measurement and assessment using emerging technology, and perception-action.

Notes From the Field: MIPS, Quality Improvement, and the Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry

Jun 9, 2019/Interview

APTA spoke with Peyton Fandel, PT, DPT, who played a key role in evaluating the potential benefits of MIPS and enrollment in APTA's registry.

Remembering Sheila K. Nicholson, PT, DPT, JD, MBA (1961-2019)

Jun 12, 2019/Open Access

Sheila K. Nicholson, PT, DPT, JD, MBA, MA, died on June 12 after fighting cancer for two years.

Student Loan Debt: APTA Member Sandra Norby Testifies Before House Committee

Jun 18, 2019/Article

There is no easy fix or silver bullet to the complex problem of student debt.

Hiding in Plain Sight: How You Can Fight Bacterial Contamination in Your Clinic

Aug 18, 2019/Perspective

Here's how to limit potential infections for you and your patients.

Advocacy for Our Profession Isn't a Spectator Sport

Jan 21, 2020/Open Access

During a class I learned about advocacy and its impact on our profession. It was as if a fog lifted.

APTA Advocacy in Action: 2019 Wins, and What's on Our Radar for 2020

Jan 28, 2020/Perspective

APTA is taking the advocacy lead on a number of bills impacting the physical therapy profession and the patients we serve that may be addressed in the 116th Congress.

The PTA Differential: How We Got Here, and What's Next

Feb 9, 2020/Perspective

It can be a challenge to keep up even if you’re working hard to pay attention.

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Author Response

Aug 27, 2018/Letters to the Editor

News From the Foundation for Physical Therapy

Aug 27, 2018/Foundation News