Physical Therapy Products’ podcast “Using Technology to Get a Competitive Edge” highlights the most advanced products for physical therapy and their ability to help clinics differentiate themselves from the pack and gain a competitive edge. Featuring outpatient clinic owner Niki Varveris, MSPT, DPT, and Jeff Gephart, director of sales and marketing, Rehabilitation Division, for Zimmer […]
An update about how today’s advanced products for physical therapy can help clinics differentiate themselves through technology-based services. Sponsored by Zimmer MedizinSystems.
An upcoming webinar presented by the APTA Learning Center will provide an overview of the implementation of health care reform as well as the opportunities and challenges for physical therapists in a post-reform environment.
An upcoming webinar titled “Consumer Engagement in a Rapidly Evolving Healthcare Environment” is an hour-long event that will focus on how quality and cost outcomes can be affected by the ways in which consumers connect with payers and providers.
The Center for Enhancing Activity and Participation among Persons with Arthritis (ENACT) at Boston University College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College has announced that it will host the 2014 State of the Science meeting.
A recent report from the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) alerted Congress to the need for more evidence-based research in preventive care for older adults, including increased work focused on falls prevention and physical screenings.
Ancillary Care Solutions (ACS) has announced that Cary Edgar will conduct a webinar that will address outpatient physical and occupational therapy benchmarks.
An on-demand 1-hour webinar is designed to examine aquatic-based treatment options for total knee replacement (TKR) patients and provide the evidence-based support to back it up.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will present a live 90-minute webinar on proper therapy documentation for Medicare.
An APTA initiative seeks to provide process, structure, and resources for the development of Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) and Clinical Practice Appraisals (CPA) that enable the transition of research into physical therapy practice.