• 17 JUL 17
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    Payment Cuts Avoided in Proposed 2018 Physician Fee Schedule

    The proposed 2018 Medicare physician fee schedule (PFS) released today by the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) includes some positive news for physical therapists (PTs)—a proposal to maintain the values of some current procedural terminology (CPT) codes commonly used by PTs, and even increase values for a few. The proposed rule is

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    • 26 JUN 17
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    2017 APTA Award Winners From Delaware

    Congratulations to Cathy Haines Ciolek, PT, DPT, Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy for winning the Marilyn Moffat Leadership Award. The Marilyn Moffat Leadership Award honors members who have demonstrated exceptional leadership ability within the physical therapy profession through service to their local community, to APTA and its components, or to international physical therapy

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    • 26 JUN 17
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    CMS Proposes 2018 Quality Payment Program Rule: Here’s What PTs Need to Know

    CMS Proposes 2018 Quality Payment Program Rule: Here’s What PTs Need to Know The US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) may have slowed down the pace at which it is implementing the move toward quality-based payment, but that doesn’t mean physical therapists (PTs) should be taking a business-as-usual attitude. With the release of

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    • 14 JUN 17
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    APTA’s Insider Intel: Live Webinar Series on Payment & Regulatory Issues

    APTA’s Insider Intel: Live Webinar Series on Payment & Regulatory Issues APTA’s “Insider Intel” calls give PTs, PTAs, and administrative staff the chance to learn about the latest and most pressing payment and regulatory issues, as well as pose questions to staff experts. Upcoming Calls Participation is free and limited to APTA members on a

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