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    In Physical Therapy

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Lessons Learned: Fool Me Once...

Most practices start using outcomes tools as a response to payer requirements. Your entire practice will be better served if you integrate them as tools your practitioners cannot live without, because they inform their clinical decisions. Providers need access to real-time functional outcomes. Projections for improvement over an average number of visits will help them set expectations with patients. Monitoring progress throughout the plan of care allows practitioners to course-correct when needed or ask for help when improvements stagnate.

Jeanine GunnPT, DPT

Heather ChavinMA

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