To keep patients in therapy PTs must help manage their financial concerns. That can include communicating about the cost of care without discouraging them from pursuing treatment. Here are 3 valuable tips to proactively help patients through those concerns.
An upcoming webcast presented by Cornell University ILR School focuses on employment and disability, coinciding with the October National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Our exclusive Q&A explores the challenges surmounted, perks gained, and revenue management improvements that can be made through billing software.
Physical therapy continuing education that blends Internet-based modules with “hands-on” learning provides highly effective results.
Combined expertise from a variety of disciplines helps shield patients at risk for pressure ulcers.
Technology options have never been better for tailoring power wheelchairs to be fun and functional.
Synthesizing technology and functional goals set by patient, family, and therapist helps get stroke patients back on their feet faster and enhances outcomes.
Exploring trajectories in functional recovery for patients who are undergoing rehabilitation post-total knee arthroplasty.
A new study designed to develop wearable movement sensors to assess gait in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in their home environments may ultimately help provide key information to doctors and feedback to patients regarding their condition.
Experts delve into the multifaceted nature of cloud-based software systems, offering insight for existing users and key considerations when transition is on the horizon.