The date hasn’t been set yet, but you can read the legal question here. Of note, the POPTS/referral-for-profit side is apparently well supported (financially? legally?). Not sure what the APTA or PTWA is doing (or any other SIG’s or individual clinics) in terms of financial help or amicus briefs for Columbia Physical Therapy – couldn’t find any info on either the APTA or PTWA webpage (other than that the APTA is against POPTS/RFP – as a side note, isn’t there more current data they could be using to help make their argument than the research papers from the early 90’s about the financial aspect? For me it seems to make it weaker, not that the line made it strong for me anyway).
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