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5 Things to Know About the Therapy Cap

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When Congress adopted a federal spending package that included the elimination of the hard cap on Medicare therapy services, it didn’t just remove a rule—lawmakers also adopted a new system of payment thresholds and triggers, and a differential payment rate for physical therapist assistants (PTAs) and occupational therapy assistants (OTAs), among other things.

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President’s Message (May 2018)

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INAPTA Members, There can be no doubt after last week’s warm and humid weather that summer has arrived in Indiana. The summer months are normally associated with a slowing of INAPTA activity with school out and vacations being taken. While our District meetings have taken a break, INAPTA leadership has been busy these past two

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President’s Message (March 2018)

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With a little warmth from the sun and a stretch on daylight hours, it at last seems that Spring is not too far away. It feels like we have been hunkering down for the past few months with the bitter cold, snow and ice that we have endured this winter. However, we were very fortunate

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President’s Message (December 2017)

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INAPTA Members, As we approach the end of this calendar year, I want to thank you for your support of INAPTA. Your dedication to the profession, whether by being a member of INAPTA or taking a role in the leadership of our association, has helped us move the profession forward in 2017. Much has been

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President’s Message (July 2017)

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INAPTA Members, There can be no doubt after last week’s warm and humid weather that summer has arrived in Indiana. The summer months are normally associated with a slowing of INAPTA activity with school out and vacations being taken. While our District meetings have taken a break, INAPTA leadership has been busy these past two

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Special Olympic Athletes Enjoy a Day with FUNfitness

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Over 60 Physical Therapy volunteers, including local clinicians and Indiana State University DPT students and faculty, provided fitness screens as well as education (in the areas of flexibility, strength, balance, and aerobic fitness) to Special Olympics athletes during the Summer Games in Terre Haute on Saturday, June 10, 2017.

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Multistate Practice Privileges, 1 License

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The possibility that PTs and PTAs could one day gain practice privileges in multiple states without having to obtain multiple state licenses is now a reality. Thanks to recent legislation signed in Washington, the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact can begin creating the operational structure to allow for a 2018 rollout in at least 10 states.

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President’s Message (April 2017)

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INAPTA Members: Spring has sprung, and the Chapter has been buzzing with activity over the last 3 months! Please take a look at what we have been up to: Many INAPTA members made the trip to San Antonio in February to attend the 2017 APTA Combined Sections Meeting (CSM). Attendance at CSM this year topped previous

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President’s Message (January 2017)

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INAPTA Members: Thank you all for your continued support of our professional organization here in Indiana. I appreciate that support can be shown in a number of ways, from maintaining membership all the way to stepping into a leadership role in INAPTA. We had several new members elected to the INAPTA Board of Directors (BOD)

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