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Using Predictive Analytics to Improve PT Outcomes, Lower Costs

February 18th, 2020
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

Executives at health-care payers and providers are betting big on the power of predictive analytics to decrease health-care costs and increase patient satisfaction. According to a 2019 survey conducted by the Society of Actuaries, 60 ...


Study Finds New PTs Owe Twice Their Salary in Student Loans

February 4th, 2020
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

Entry-level physical therapists typically owe about twice as much in student loans as they make in a year on the job, a higher debt-to-income ratio than new family-medicine doctors and veterinarians, according to a small survey of Flo...


Six Trends in the PT Industry for 2020

January 21st, 2020
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

The physical therapy industry continues to thrive, with job growth projected at 30% over the next 10 years and the total market expected to reach $45.7 billion by 2023, up from $30 billion today, according to the blog of BetterPT. The...


How to Tactfully Negotiate a Job Offer

December 3rd, 2019
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

Congratulations! You’ve received a job offer. This could be a job you are excited for and ready to accept but there may be something with the offer that makes you hesitate. It’s not uncommon to have these feelings especially if this i...


The More You Know: PTAs Offer Advice to Their Younger Selves

November 19th, 2019
By: JobsTherapy.com Content Staff

You never really know what it’s like to do a job until you start doing it, and since every patient, medical situation, and home is unique, that rule probably resonates with physical therapy assistants more than with most American work...

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