Professionals participating in accountable care organizations and value based purchasing need better understanding when it comes to patient activation and engagement.
As a curious soul, I appreciate qualitative studies that shed light on how we think and feel. This study investigates the physical therapists’ perspectives of cognitive functional training.
Last month this study rumbled around in my brain. I wonder if this study teaches us how not to do what something that does have supportive evidence.
Could a mobile app with artificial intelligence built into the program be helpful for patients?
Did you see the buzz last Friday investigating early physical therapy intervention and reduction in opioid use? JAMA Network Open published the results after analyzing claims data.
Earlier this year FitBit Care was chosen as the health platform for Humana employees.
Earlier this year I came upon a news story about Apple and how Apple is definitely taking steps to move into the health and medical world.
I recently came upon a particular device and system that focuses on remote patient monitoring in a way that might be helpful for physical therapists.
Is there value in when a person receives services from a physical therapist?
I sometimes wonder if being able to quickly predict outcomes of care will be of high importance as payment models change.