News and Views -I Read the ny times so you don't have it!
Read this article if you are thinking about offering Home Modification or Aging in Place services, are a mobile Med Part B therapist, thinking about becoming one, or why you should if you are not!
Understanding What Makes Senior Towns in Iowa “Smart” Posted Mar 7, 2023 – Iowa State University. Ilona Matysiak, Sociology and Criminal Justice, email@example.comDavid Peters, Sociology and
What Happened to Us – Burnout or Demoralization? You Decide
When you have been in the field as long as I have, you have the opportunity to bear witness to burnout among therapists, as well
THERAPY FIRM MUST PAY MORE THAN $9 MILLION IN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR MISCLASSIFICATION CASE
March 14, 2023 As Reported by Staffing Industry Analysts. California’s Labor Commissioner reported earlier this month that it cited Feld Care Therapy Inc. more than
Increasing Operation Costs Make it Difficult for Some Private Practices to Stay Open
If you need help defending why you may need to ask for a fee increase, read this! It’s a good use of data to prove
Cleveland Clinic Charges for Physician Email Responses – Why Aren’t You???
Dollars for Their Thoughts – More Hospitals and Practices are Charging for Doctors’ Email Responses to Patient Queries Reprinted from the NY Times January 24,
When are OTs Going to Start to Use the News to Showcase themselves to the Public
The last 35 days have featured many news stories relating to Occupational Therapy that immediately captured my attention, and others in the field. But my
That was Then,This is Now: Looking Ahead to 2023
At this juncture, the inflection point COVID caused for our industry is behind us. No more rear-view mirror talk to see whether you are back to 2019
Cancel Culture Strikes Home – I Got Booted from 2 Facebook Groups!
For those familiar with Groucho Marx’ famous line “I don’t want to belong to any club that would accept me as one of its members”,
NYS Practice Owners – Your Practice May Be Eligible for a Tax Credit
New York State has announced a new refundable tax relief program for small businesses that target COVID-19-related expenses. The funds will be distributed on a