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November 2003 Issue

November 2003

edit post From the Editor by Miki Fairley November 1, 2003 A giant step forward in O&P education has been taken by a unique partnership: St. Petersburg College, the Academy,

Research: Getting to the Next Level

What will be the state of orthotic and prosthetic research five years from now?  What will help take the profession to the next level? Some leading educators offer their insights.

P-Cell: What Does Independent Testing Show

P-Cell Most diabetic foot problems can be managed with some combination of foot orthosis (insole) and properly fitting shoes. Insoles are important for diabetics because they protect the skin and

HIPAA Security and the Physical Safeguards

Jay Masci, PMP In the last article, we went through the final administrative safeguards. Now we are moving on to physical safeguards. As you may remember from a previous article

Got FAQs?

The future of your practice depends on knowledgeable billing and collection information. Understanding the full aspect of billing guidelines and procedures will effectively increase your reimbursement. This informative column will

Designing Foot Orthotics

Once again the rule of sociologist Vilfredo Pareto proves itself to be true. More popularly known as the 80/20 rule, when adapted to business, it simply states that 80 percent

What is YOUR Mission?

Have you ever really thought about it? As orthotists and prosthetists, we construct and create. In addition, we possess something that differentiates us from architects and engineers–those who fall under

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