We just held our second successful implementation meeting this week with our five clinic owners (and 13 locations) who have the vision to have implemented FOTO and to begin to collect relevant outcomes data – with the ultimate goal of presenting such data to our partnered health plans in proposing value-based, shared savings contracts that result in financial incentives and rewards to the therapy practices.
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Please join us after the sessions at the APTA Fall Symposium for CPTN’s Annual Member Meeting
Ellen Caruso and Patty Pennell will be speaking to the Fair Copayment legislation.
We will also review info concerning the Connect for Health Colorado Exchanges and CPTN’s Evidence Pilot Project.
When: Saturday, November 9 at 4:45 PM at the Arvada Center:
Where: 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, CO 80003 – Ballroom E
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Please join Nanci Robertson, CPTN’s marketing and healthcare consultant, as she guides you through the navigation and understanding of Connect for Health Colorado. Nanci also introduces CPTN’s new Evidence Pilot Project -as CPTN’s response to the needs and requests of our contracted health plan partners. Your colleagues across the country are establishing creative, innovative and collaborative models to address the… Read more →
Colorado Physical Therapy Network is an organization of PT, OT, and SLPs who have dedicated themselves and their practices to providing the very best physical therapy rehabilitation services in the State of Colorado. Colorado Physical Therapy Network is organized to support PT, OT, and SLP’s independent practices. By providing a group structure to promote an environment of increased mutual cooperation… Read more →
Did you know that the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) regulates the practice of physical therapists in the State of Colorado? According to The Physical Therapy Practice Act, section 12-41-113, C.R.S. Physical Therapist Assistants are not licensed in Colorado. As such, Colorado does not offer the Physical Therapist Assistant examination.