Congress Must Protect America’s Physical Therapy Patients & Providers During the COVID-19 Crisis

We are committed to quality physical therapy care.

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Physical therapy is well-positioned to change the culture around pain management.

- U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams

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Who we are

The Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and Innovation (APTQI) is an aligned group of physical therapists and physical therapy practices who share a common vision for the future of our profession. Our goal is to establish physical therapy as a clinically appropriate treatment of choice with the best value for patients and payers.

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News

APTQI Applauds Bipartisan Congressional Letter to HHS/CMS Urging Medicare to Delay or Mitigate Looming Specialty Provider Cuts

The letter, signed by more than 160 Representatives, urges HHS and CMS to find “fair and equitable payment solutions” Washington, D.C. –– Today the Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and...

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Asbury Park Press

LETTER: Medicare cuts to therapists and specialists is bad

On Jan. 1, Medicare plans to make significant payment cuts to therapists and over 30 other specialty providers, some as high as 11%, despite bipartisan opposition. Cuts of this magnitude...

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Urge CMS to Stop Devastating Cuts to Physical Therapy

Specialty healthcare providers are a vital safety net for Medicare patients who rely on them to stay moving, control their pain and treat their chronic conditions. Despite the enormous value...

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Resources

Infographic: The Downstream Effects of Medicare Physical Therapy Cuts

Study shows adherence to physical therapy program for low back pain can reduce overall Medicare spend.