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Learn how to stay in compliance with Medicare while providing supervision to students, PTAs, and physical therapy aides.

Clinical training and appropriate supervision are crucial, but facilities and individual practitioners need to pay close attention to guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ensure that they remain in compliance with requirements related to services to Medicare beneficiaries.

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