Whether providing patient care or managing the business, success for any enterprise hinges on good decisions. Learn how this 5-office outpatient clinic used software-based data capture and analysis to improve its operational model and increase per-case reimbursement.
Ann Eubank puts the spotlight on a recent lawsuit against Disney theme parks, that calls into question the Magic Kingdom’s new policy change on allowing guests with disabilities and their families to go to the front of a line and directly onto a ride. The blog is sponsored by TiLite.
A collection of articles lays out new recommendations for determining muscle decline in older adults.
A news release from Hands-On Seminars Inc reports that physical therapists nationwide can now start earning their Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) Certification through the international continuing education organization.
The Coalition for ICD-10, an alliance of hospitals, health plans, professional associations, coding experts, and vendors, recently requested the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to establish October 1, 2015 as the new ICD-10 date.
Researchers at the University of Southampton are reportedly developing a prototype of a prosthetic “intelligent” liner with integrated pressure sensors.
Study results indicate a “disconnect” between preclinical and clinical studies of concussion, according to a recent report.
Ankle Huggers Support Straps from Bodypoint aim to stabilize wheelchair users’ feet, while allowing controlled movement.
A new April 29 webinar offers participants the opportunity to learn why water matters to the aging population and why a pool can be a key investment for wellness centers.
A platform support walker engineered to provide rehabilitation to several patients a day is available through Clarke Health Care Products.