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While the industry continues to shift from fee-for-service to value-based care, organizations need to understand how alternative payment models will impact their practice. As we prepare for 2022, how can physical therapy organizations better prepare for this shift, and what does the future of value-based payment look like in the federal, state, and commercial environments?
During our recorded webinar, Kate Gilliard, JD, Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist at APTA, Alice Bell, PT, DPT, Senior Payment Specialist at APTA, Rob Worth, PT, DPT, MS, ATC/L, and Craig Johnson, PT, MBA, discuss:
This session is followed by a 15-minute Q&A.
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Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist at APTA
Kate W. Gilliard, JD is a senior regulatory and policy affairs specialist at APTA. Before joining the association in 2018, she was a regulatory analyst with Centene Corporation, focusing on Affordable Care Act-compliant health care products. Her duties included monitoring state and federal legislative developments in the healthcare industry, developing company policy, and advocating on the corporation's behalf to state and federal regulators. Read more.
Senior Payment Specialist at APTA
Alice Bell, PT, DPT, is on staff as a senior payment specialist in the Public Affairs Unit of the American Physical Therapy Association. Alice received a bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and a doctor of physical therapy degree from the University of Montana. A board-certified clinical specialist in geriatric physical therapy, she has lectured and written many articles on topics related to physical therapy and the older adult. She has practiced in a variety of settings and has 38 years of experience as a physical therapist. Read more.
Craig is the Chief Operations Officer at Therapy Partners, Inc., where he directs internal operations and support services to 22 practices with 40 locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin. He supports member practice solutions with a focus on care management, outcomes management, value-based contracting, compliance, and reimbursement. He has over 40 years in clinical care, practice ownership, and management in independent therapy practices. Read more.
Dr. Worth graduated from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, double majoring in physical therapy and psychology, received his Master's in orthopedic PT from the University of St. Augustine and his DPT from Massachusetts General Institute of Health Professions. He has been in private practice since establishing Advanced Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine in 1998, with 25 clinics in northeast/central Wisconsin, plus 5 on-site clinics at YMCA's and providing on-site care for 35 companies and municipalities. Read more.