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Who We Are

Seniors Have Spoken: Medicare Must NOT Cut Access to Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is Creating Immense Value for the U.S. Healthcare System

Infographic: Medicare: Don't Cut Seniors' Healthcare Safety Net

Infographic: New Data Shows Severe Impact of COVID-19 on the Physical Therapy Profession

Infographic: The Downstream Effects of Medicare Physical Therapy Cuts

Infographic: Deep Medicare Cuts will Destabilize Physical Therapy Services

Protect Minority Access to Physical Therapy Services

Physical Therapy: An Underutilized Tool in the Fight Against Opioid Misuse

Infographic: Eliminate Redundant Paperwork Requirements for Physical Therapy

Infographic: Falls Among the Elderly

Elderly Falls: A Deadly and Escalating Epidemic

Physical Therapist Workforce and Patient Access Act (S. 970 / H.R. 2802)

Put Patients Over Paperwork in Physical Therapy

Comment Letters

APTQI Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule for 2021

October 2020

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APTQI Comments to CMS on the Interim Final Rule in Response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

April 2020

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APTQI Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule for 2020

September 2019

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APTQI Comments to DoD on TRICARE Authorized Providers

February 2019

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APTQI Comments to CMS on Prosthetics & Orthotics Proposed Rule

March 2017

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APTQI Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule for 2017

September 2016

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APTQI Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule for 2016

September 2015

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APTQI Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule for 2015

September 2014

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Research

Initial Treatment Intervention and Average Total Medicare A/B Costs for FFS Beneficiaries with an Incident Low Back Pain (Lumbago) Diagnosis in CY 2014

Evaluation of Legacy Patient Reported Outcome Measures as Performance Measures in Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy Episodes for Low Back Pain: Medicare Spending and Intensity of Physical Therapy Services

Executive Summary: For Low Back Pain, Physical Therapy Saves Medicare Money