Keyword ‘Active’

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By Charles Scogna

With the start of the New Year, there are ample opportunities to act on the year before. Whether through networking, attending events, or advancing private practice ownership as a field, APTA Private Practice has a path toward any destination fit for an “active” year. As such, January’s resources lean into planning for your best year yet.

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PT BUSINESS BOOTCAMP

APTA Private Practice

Connecting with fellow members is one of the best ways to remain active. This program will have you joining your peers and a moderator monthly for guided dialogue on a variety of topics, from marketing, advocacy, or operations management.

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KEY CONTACTS RESOURCES

By APTA Private Practice

The strength of APTA Private Practice remains the depth of knowledge from many of its key members. Whether you are a new member or a veteran, utilizing key resources will provide you the necessary direction to taking your private practice ownership further than ever before.

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APTA COMBINED SECTIONS MEETING

By APTA

Kick off 2023 strong with the biggest event for all things APTA. Over three days, participants are not only able to receive the latest information on advancements and innovations, but they are also able to interact and network at the largest physical therapy conference. The Meeting takes place February 23-25, 2023.

Get it here: bit.ly/3UXOO6q

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ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

By APTA Private Practice

Planning an active year isn’t just about how you start but also how you finish. Keep the momentum rolling throughout the year by attending APTA Private Practice’s Annual Conference. A perfect cap to 2023, the Annual Conference is the premier event for private practice owners. The Conference takes place November 2-5, 2023, right before the holidays season.

Get it here: bit.ly/3Wg2BpY

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ACTION CENTERS

By APTA

Many private practice owners face challenges above and beyond day-to-day business. Such examples include legislation and legal matters. With the Action Center, users can utilize prewritten messages to legislators across three topics — legislation, patient care, and regulation. This not only allows users to be on the forefront of issues pertaining to physical therapy but also have a say in those issues.

Get it here: bit.ly/3v6ZftV


Charles Scogna

Charles Scogna is a publication manager for Impact.

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