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Apr 3, 2020/News
A final rule from the Department of Labor includes PTs and PTAs among the health care providers whose employers — depending on the setting — could opt to deny expanded sick and FMLA leave.
Apr 1, 2020/News
A new project will collect and share videos that help Americans remain physically active during social distancing and isolation. APTA is seeking physical therapists willing to record video of themselves leading exercises specific to their area of practice or clinical expertise that can be safely and
The CARES Act signed into law on March 27 is aimed at providing relief in a wide range of areas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what the package offers to small businesses.
Apr 2, 2020/News
The CARES Act signed into law on March 27 is aimed at providing relief in a wide range of areas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what the package offers related to unemployment benefits.
Mar 31, 2020/News
As lawmakers craft the next COVID-19 relief package, now's the time to make the case for the profession's role in telehealth services and the need for easing reimbursement cuts.
Mar 27, 2020/News
A Medicare payment increase, PT telehealth for UnitedHealthcare, APTA tracks telehealth payment changes, and more.
Mar 25, 2020/News
UnitedHealthcare allows e-visits, HHS presses states to ease regulations, HPA shares an interoperability opportunity, and more.
Mar 11, 2020/Roundup
Guidance for HHAs, SNFs, hospices, and more.
Mar 3, 2020/Roundup
A roundup of what was being reported by public health and infectious disease experts at the time.
Mar 2, 2020/News
Being a director for a PT or PTA education program can seem as lonely as it is overwhelming — but it doesn't have to be that way. Again in 2020, APTA is inviting a select group of emerging and current program directors to its Education Leadership Institute, a program that provides opportunities to learn