Arizona Telemedicine Program Webinar | Occupational and Physical Therapy Series: Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Update
Occupational and Physical Therapy Series: Federation of State Board of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) Update On Survey Results for Telehealth within Physical Therapy
The use and prevalence of telehealth are of great interest within the practice of physical therapy. The extent to which the PT Compact influences the growth of and opportunity for telehealth across state borders may have a significant impact on consumer access. Gathering and understanding compact privilege holders’ opinions on telehealth and how they are using it may provide insight into the future of telehealth within physical therapy. This session will explore the findings from the FSBPT online survey of more than 300 PT clinicians with active compact privileges in 2022.
Educational Level: Introductory
- Identify how the PT Compact facilitates physical therapy telehealth across jurisdictional lines
- Identify physical therapy telehealth trends during the pre-pandemic phase, height of the pandemic phase, and the resolving-pandemic phase
- Identify barriers physical therapy clinicians faced when providing telehealth and perceived barriers of patients/clients
Continuing Education Units: This program has been approved for 1.0 CEU credits by the Arizona Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Arizona. To request APTA Arizona CEU, learners will need to complete electronic evaluation and credit request form after event. Virtual platform records learner log-in/out times.
Arizona Telemedicine Program (ATP) has been providing educational programs for 25 years. Our mission is to be a world-class innovator in telemedicine and telehealth services, technologies, and education programs. With the increased use across all healthcare disciplines, ATP telehealth trainers are collaborating with occupational therapists (OT) and physical therapists (PT) in creating a unique webinar series specifically for virtual OT and PT healthcare professionals. This is a free one-hour distance learning-interactive activity designed to teach about telehealth and how it benefits both practitioners and clients.
This webinar is made possible through funding from the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, Office of Health Information Technology, Health Resources and Services Administration (U1U42527).
Richard Woolf, DPT, PT, has worked for FSBPT since 2008 and began to serve as Chief Professional Officer in 2019. Previously, he worked closely with the volunteers in the development of the National Physical Therapy Examination. Prior to joining FSBPT, he worked as the Director of Rehabilitation at a hospital in the State of Arizona. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He received his master of physical therapy from Northern Arizona University and his doctorate of physical therapy from A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Jeff Rosa, MPP, is the Managing Director of Post Licensure Services and PT Compact Administrator for the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy. Rosa joined the FSBPT in August 2015. He previously served for 12 years as the Executive Director of the physical therapy licensing board in Ohio. Prior to joining the Ohio PT Board, he worked for the Ohio Board of Nursing and as a budget analyst with the Ohio Legislative Service Commission. Rosa holds a bachelor of arts in history from Yale University and a master of public policy from the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
Alan C. Lee, PhD, DPT, PT, is a professor at Mount Saint Mary's College in Los Angeles, California. Currently, Dr. Lee is serving as the director of the technology special interest group for the Academy of Leadership and Innovation (Formerly HPA the Catalyst) at American Physical Therapy Association and the co-chair of the telerehabilitation clinical practice guidelines. Dr. Lee completed his PhD with a dissertation focus on social responsibility and cultural competence in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University, transitional DPT from Creighton University, and MSPT from Duke University.
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Continuing Education Units: This program has been approved for 1.0 CEU credits by the APTA Arizona. To request APTA Arizona CEU, learners will need to complete electronic evaluation and credit request form after event. Virtual platform records learner log-in/out times.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement: All Faculty, and Professional Development Planning Committee Members have disclosed that they do not have any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests that could constitute a conflict of interest concerning this educational activity.