Documentation for Physical Therapist Practice: A Clinical Decision Making Approach provides the framework for successful documentation. It is synchronous with Medicare standards as well as the American Physical Therapy Association’s recommendations for defensible documentation. This key resource utilizes a practical clinical decision-making approach and applies this framework to all aspects of documentation. This text emphasizes how the common and standard language of the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) model can be integrated with a physical therapist’s clinical reasoning process and a physical therapist assistant’s skill set to produce successful documentation.
Join us on Tuesday, August 4th, at 1 pm EST for a webinar demonstration of Navigate 2 Advantage Access for Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professionals, Second Edition. Learn more about instructor tools and customization options.
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Thank you for the great response at our booth during the AACP conference. If you missed it, these are our top requested titles from the conference.
Guest blogger, author, and editor of the Essential Public Health Series, Richard Riegelman MD, MPH, PhD, writes about the emerging career field known as “Health Navigator.”
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After four years, Oregon State Governor, Kate Brown, passed HB 2028—permitting insurance carriers to add pharmacists to its network of providers and expand collaborative drug therapy management.
June is National Aphasia Awareness Month. This national campaign is to educate the public about aphasia and to recognize those who are living or caring for people with aphasia. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association increasing aphasia awareness by sharing tips, effects, and assisting devices.
Topics: American Stroke Association, Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disor, Ilias PAPATHANASIOU, allied health professional, American Heart Association, Aphasia, National Aphasia Awareness Month, Patrick Coppens
Congratulations to Jones & Bartlett Learning author, Dianne V. Jewell, on her candidacy for APTA President.
According to the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association, bill HB 2041 would recognize pharmacists as health care providers. On April 9, pharmacists and pharmacy students gathered in Boston to advocate for HB 2041.