02/23/13: Updates from Diana Godwin
Excellence in Private Practice Physical Therapy
2013 Spring Conference Summary
Thank you for another great spring conference! We had over 80 attendees at the 2013 spring conference. Jeff Hathaway gave a great presentation on some pilot payer models he is using in Boston and other eastern cities. He also presented on the research that John Childs is working on and others that was great reference material for PTs. Mike Danford gave a presentation on PQRS and Medicare functional outcomes that was a great review of the systems. Shannon oversaw an informative business meeting updating PTs on many current issues. The PAC auction was again very successful, raising over $26,000, which included ‘fund an item’ at the business meeting. Overall, a very successful conference.
The purpose of the Private Practice Special Interest Group is to foster interest in and provide for the growth of physical therapy in practice settings which allow for independent practice of physical therapy, business success, and provision of quality care. Read More>
If you are currently in private practice or considering making the move into private practice, PPSIG membership is a must for you. Our members have several years of experience in various clinic situations. We have members who are in solo practice and those who manage multiple staff and multiple locations.
PPSIG is a Special Interest Group of the Physical Therapy Association of Washington, Inc