While the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act supports measures to improve wellness, prevention, collaboration and population health, payers traditionally have not reimbursed physical therapists for these services. The primary focus of this webinar is to identify strategies for providers to integrate a collaborative population health based wellness and prevention program into the private practice setting. This webinar will provide practical guidance on how a physical therapist can diversify his/her business model and at the same time demonstrate value to both the community and referral sources,

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To successfully complete this course, you must open and review all lessons and resources in the course. Once you have progressed through the course lessons and resources, you must take an assessment of learning. You are required to complete the assessment with at least 70% accuracy in order to claim CEU credit. You may retake the assessment as many times as you like.

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Carl DeRosa, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA

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Upon completion of this webinar, you will be able to: 1. Define the basic elements of a successful wellness/ prevention professional collaboration. 2. Identify discussion points to message services to stakeholders (employers, community, partners in the medical community). 3. Identify the unique marketing skill set required to ensure successful identification of potential partners and achievement of the program goals. 4. Identify how physical therapy services can enhance value for the patient, the facility, the employer, community and healthcare system as a whole. 5. Define value proposition and relate its importance to developing a strategy to approach insurers/employers for reimbursement of wellness/prevention services.

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Domains:Private Practice, DeRosa
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