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RESNA targets younger professionals

‘We’re getting people who are in the earlier stages of their career focused on this area’

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA has made two changes that should help to grease the wheels for potential ATPs.

Reporter’s notebook: The ATP/SMS conundrum


YARMOUTH, Maine – It hinges on a bill passing in Congress and, even then, it’s years away from being implemented, but what could an “ATP-plus” designation look like?

RESNA ups its certification game


TORONTO – RESNA announced at RehabWeek 2019 two changes to its ATP certification program.

ATP backlog: UPitt puts up money


PITTSBURGH – The University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Rehabilitation Science & Technology has stepped up efforts to increase the number of ATPs.

Clinician Task Force gets new leader


ARLINGTON, Va. – After being under the same leadership since it was founded 14 years ago, the Clinician Task Force has a new executive director and a new governing structure.

RESNA ‘full force ahead’ on growing ATP base


ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA isn’t sitting idly by while a large number of ATPs age out of the complex rehab industry, says Charlie Raphael, the organization’s director of certification and education.

ATPs wanted: ‘There’s more urgency’


YARMOUTH, Maine – It’s become an age-old question in the complex rehab industry: How does it recruit more ATPs?

NSM aims to be ‘employer of choice’

CEO Bill Mixon knows ‘employees are our growth engine’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility’s recent annual Seating Symposium kicked off with 73 new ATPs in attendance and closed out with a concert by country singer-songwriter John Rich.

Requirement puts ATPs in a bind


Would RESNA have any interest in pursuing and requesting to CMS/Medicare to lift the rule of requiring an ATP to be a W2 employee and not 1099 contractor?