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President’s Message

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INAPTA Members, Thank you to all who responded to our requests over the past few weeks to contact your Senators to support Senate Bill 586. Senate Bill 586 was first heard in the Senate Health and Service Providers Committee on Wednesday, February 13. Senator Messmer, the author of SB 586, and Pauline Flesch, PT, MPS,

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Update on SB 586

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SB 586, which updates the Physical Therapy Practice Act, has passed through the Senate and will now move to the House of Representatives. The legislative process is step by step and we have just completed a BIG STEP.

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President’s Message (February 2019)

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INAPTA Members, Flying home, after attending the Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) of the American Physical Therapy Association, I reflected on the energy that more than 16,000 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students of physical therapy brought to the meeting in Washington, DC. We truly are better together and can accomplish more to support our

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President’s Message (December 2018)

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INAPTA Members, As we approach the end of 2018, I want to thank each of 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 2018. Much has been

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President’s Message (October 2018)

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INAPTA Members, INAPTA co-hosted a very successful fall conference with the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association on September 21-22, 2018 in Louisville, KY. The joint conference took place on the beautiful campus of Bellarmine University. Over 200 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students of physical therapy attended the conference. On Friday evening, there was a

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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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