APTQI in the News

The Hill

As America fights pandemic, ensuring continuity of care is critical

Every day, Americans wake up to a new reality created by the rapidly evolving novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For the days and months to come, daily life will significantly change as...

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Fierce Healthcare

Decisions to slash Medicare lack transparency while putting patients at risk

Physical therapy is a safe, effective, and preferred treatment for millions of American seniors. But unfortunately, a series of new federal policies threaten to dramatically reduce access to the valuable...

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Concord Monitor

Letter: Stop Medicare cuts to physical therapy

As a physical therapist, I know how important physical therapy is to helping members of our community address injury, reduce chronic pain and prevent falls. Despite the incredible value of...

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Becker's Hospital Review

CMS asked to revisit reimbursement cuts to physical therapists, social workers

Nearly 100 Congress members requested more information from CMS regarding proposed reimbursement cuts for physical therapists and social workers in 2021.

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Fierce Healthcare

Physical therapists hope CMS will take another look at planned cut to Medicare reimbursement

Physical therapists hope to get CMS to reconsider a planned 8% cut to their Medicare reimbursements in 2021. And they’ve got a group of bipartisan lawmakers asking CMS to justify...

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Arizona Daily Star

Letter: New Medicare Cuts Threaten Physical Therapy

Despite the incredible value of PT, a newly planned Medicare cut to physical therapy payment will reduce our ability to meet the needs of vulnerable seniors in our community and...

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Cape Cod Times

Oppose proposed cuts to Medicare payments

As an occupational therapist (OT), I know how important occupational and physical therapy (PT) is to helping members of our community address injury, reduce chronic pain, and prevent falls. Despite...

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Suffolk News Herald

Help prevent Medicare cuts

As we continue to confront national health challenges, like the opioid crisis and the epidemic of elderly falls, patient access to physical therapy services must be prioritized. 

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NJ.com

Medicare wants to pay physical therapists 8% less. That’s a concern if you need their help.

Every year, the United States is plagued by a deadly but often overlooked epidemic that affects millions of American seniors: accidental falls. Falls are a primary cause of injury among...

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Kaiser Health News

Readers React: The Slippery Slope Of Preventing Falls

I commend Kaiser Health News for shining a light on the dangers of senior falls ― the most common cause of nonfatal trauma-related hospital admissions (“‘Fear Of Falling’: How Hospitals Do Even...

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