Saturday, August 6, 2022

October 2005 Issue

October 2005

edit post Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way: Leadership vs. Management in O&P by Judith Philipps Otto October 1, 2005 Consult any Internet search engine: Enter the word

Dale Wilson

Dale Wilson OPGA/POINT Waterloo, Iowa Why did you decide to go into O&P? I wanted to be part of a helping profession. What are your favorite sports? Baseball, basketball, and

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

How to Achieve Repeatable Success with Laminations

Being able to duplicate exactly what the practitioner or customer wants has always been difficult at best. Almost all technicians have a favorite way of laminating every type of device

Heroes Take Opportunity for Call to Action

In the O&P industry, there is no shortage of individuals who can offer us inspiration; they are all around us. While some move in quiet circles, humbly avoiding the revealing

Flying High with Marlon Shirley

2005 ESPY – Best Male Athlete with a Disability Across the room Marlon Shirley works the crowd like a pro. In conversation, he shifts his weight from side to side,

MS Degree Research Faces Challenges

The new masters programs in O&P create both an opportunity and a challenge. The opportunity lies in the requirement that students in the programs must undertake and complete a research

From the Editor: Leadership—What Is It?

There is no contest between the company that buys the grudging compliance of its workforce and the company that enjoys the enterprising participation of its employees–Ricardo Sempler, owner of Semco

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.

The O&P EDGE Magazine
Are you sure want to unlock this post?
Unlock left : 0
Are you sure want to cancel subscription?