How your resources and colleagues can help
By Teresa Meyer
From the very beginning of our lives, we have been given a set of rules, guidelines, and boundaries to stay within. By the time we join the workforce, we have established a social and moral compass.
Start your compliance program
By Nuket Curran, PT, DPT
Compliance, yes, that’s what I said. This term typically strikes a level of dread in most who hear this mentioned. If not dread then, an “eyeroll” or a specific emoji symbol?
Five concrete actions to thrive in a competitive market
By Jill Marlan, PT, MSPT
Since our organization began its journey in 2011, we have found the following five strategies to be key to intelligent growth. Our market is a very competitive one, but by adhering to these principles, we continue to expand and bring health improvements to the communities we serve.
By Cristina Faucheaux
After serving as the Chair of the APTA Private Practice Key Contact
Sub-Committee for the last seven years and a member of the Government Affairs
Committee (GAC) for the last eight years, I was appointed as Chair of the
Government Affairs Committee.
By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT
When my kids were small, we taught them the game of chess to have something to do on long flights, while waiting at restaurants, and on “boring” days at home.