OCCUPRO joins as the latest member of APTQI’s Vendor Affiliate Program

WASHINGTON, DC – The Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and Innovation (APTQI) – a coalition of physical therapy providers advocating for legislative and regulatory changes on behalf of physical therapists and the physical therapy community to further our mission of ensuring patient access to value-driven physical therapy care – is pleased to announce that OCCUPRO has joined as a vendor affiliate member as of August 1. By collaborating with vendor affiliates such as OCCUPRO, APTQI aims to bring more voices into its mission objectives and broaden its grassroots efforts to fortify the physical therapy profession’s future. 

“We look forward to supporting APTQI’s mission to protect access to quality physical and occupational therapy by engaging in APTQI’S vendor affiliate program,” said Jim Mecham, Chief Operations Officer of OCCUPRO. “Joining APTQI as a vendor affiliate member advances our company’s goals of improving employee retention, boosting workplace safety, and helping injured workers. We are eager to contribute our unique perspective to advocate for stable access to physical therapy in the outpatient setting, especially for those needing to rehabilitate, recover, and remain strong after a workplace injury.” 

OCCUPRO is a leading company providing medical professionals and employers with the latest in functional capacity evaluation software and continuing education. Their software is considered the industry’s standard worker’s compensation documentation system. OCCUPRO and OccuCare Injury Prevention are leaders in eliminating and preventing workplace injuries, taking pride in increasing workplace safety.

“We look forward to working with OCCUPRO as we advocate for policies that support success across the physical therapy provider community. We are grateful to have such a respected provider of vital healthcare tools, such as OCCUPRO, on our team. We know they will be essential to our future advocacy across the country and on Capitol Hill,” said Terrence Sims, APTQI Vendor Affiliate Committee Chair.