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Keith Carson is often “the first handshake” for Therapy Specialists’ new business partners. Responsible for finding, nurturing and growing strategic partnerships in the market, Keith is the point of contact for facilities considering values-driven contract therapy options. His background in medical and healthcare sales management includes tenures with start-ups and multi-million dollar companies that put him on the frontline with the likes of physical therapists, neurosurgeons and long term care facility managers. He calls on his vast experience and track record to strengthen and grow our business.
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The Most Difficult Job in Post-Acute Care

The job of a skilled nursing administrator is the most difficult job in post-acute care right now.  

On paper, a skilled nursing administrator is

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ABCs of PDPM: New Case-Mix Components

As you know, the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the most significant change in the skilled nursing profession since the arrival of PPS in

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Why work for Therapy Specialists? Hear why from someone who does!

In today's everchanging healthcare climate, recruits looking for jobs are looking at a lot of red carpeting laid out before them. There are ample

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A Conversation with Our Founder - Changes in Occupational Therapy Through the Years

You may not know, but April is Occupational Therapy month!  Occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, are part of a vitally

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The Lasting Impact of the Repeal of the Part B Therapy Cap

The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 established an annual per-beneficiary Medicare spending limit, or therapy cap, for physical, occupational and

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Top Five Safety Tips to Prevent Injuries While Using Your Power Scooter or Wheelchair

An increasing number of individuals are turning to power wheel chairs or scooters for greater independence and quality of life.  These machines

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What Role will Speech Therapy Play in RCS-1?

As you may know, CMS announced that although the comment period for May's advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) officially closed this

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Stop the Medicare part B therapy cap for outpatient services!

Under the Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997, Congress placed an annual cap on therapy services for Medicare beneficiaries.  The “therapy cap” is an

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3 Things Your Rehab Provider Should be Doing Now to Prepare for a World Where Therapy Minutes No Longer Drive Your Reimbursement

As you probably already know, CMS has recently extended the comment period for RCS-1 which is their proposal to dramatically shake up the

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Fine Motor and Sensory Activities for Parents with Autistic Children

You have 10 minutes before your child's school begins for the day and you're running late. Your son is still in his bedroom wearing his pajamas

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