Common Questions and Answers Regarding Physical Therapist Assistants

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By Rick Gawenda, PT

Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) are integral members of the private practices where they are employed. However, care must be taken to ensure the work they do is in compliance with all legal regulations, as those that apply to PTAs are different from those that apply to physical therapists. In this article, I will provide the answers to some of the more common questions I receive regarding PTAs.

It is an Emergency That You Be Prepared…

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Shocking variances between private practice and rehab agencies

By Mary R. Daulong, PT


As you know, a comprehensive compliance program should address all areas of vulnerability related to federal, state, and local laws governing.

Updates to Remote Therapeutic Monitoring

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By Rick Gawenda, PT

Effective January 1, 2022, there were five new Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes added to describe remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). In this article are answers to some of the more common questions private practitioners have been asking about these new CPT codes.

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