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September 2012

edit post The Evolving Business of O&P by Kate Hawthorne September 1, 2012 In the last decade or so, the O&P industry has been buffeted by the same winds of

It’s Fast to Relast

It is safe to say that most patients do not readily embrace the thought of having to wear custom-molded shoes. Their list of complaints is lengthy and familiar to the

Recipe for a Master’s Program from Scratch

Part 2 in our exclusive coverage of the development of the master of science in orthitics and prosthetics at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. My shoes are too clean!

Shared Interest, Great Solution

Greg LaKomski found a way to turn his limb loss into success for himself and possibility for others. In 1996, Greg LaKomski was injured in a car accident in Austin,

Matthew Schenk, CPO

What does O&P have in common with bears, owls, and elk? The answer is Matthew Schenk, who works at the Wheat Ridge, Colorado, Hanger Clinic. He traded a career as

Billing and Collections Q&A

Running an O&P facility in today’s landscape of enhanced scrutiny and changing billing requirements can leave even the most seasoned billing professional feeling frustrated. If you have a billing question

2012 Paralympics: Athletes We Watched

In the August issue, The O&P EDGE highlighted six athletes who should be exciting to watch. Now that the Paralympics are complete, we wanted to provide you with a follow-up

The Evolving Business of O&P

In the last decade or so, the O&P industry has been buffeted by the same winds of rising costs and shrinking reimbursements that have been blowing traditional healthcare practice models

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