As a registered occupational therapist, taking (and hopefully passing!) your NBCOT exam is one of the most critical milestones in your academic career. I remember feeling very overwhelmed and not knowing where to start with an undertaking feeling as big as studying for boards.
Once I found some resources and organized my materials, I felt a lot more confident and prepared to dive into the studying portion of NBCOT.
As with any other exam, the National Board for Certification in Occupational T...
I created this ghostwritten piece on hospital cost transparency.
I created this ghostwritten piece on how managed Medicaid is impacting the insurance industry.
Dr. Marcus Jennings is the chief family medicine resident at Louisiana State University (LSU) Health in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Dr. Jennings is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and he completed his undergraduate degree at the Xavier University of Louisiana. He then got his Master’s degree in Public Health from Tulane University School of Medicine before starting medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine. He finished medical school at Xavier University ...
Starting a new rehab program at your clinic can seem like a daunting task. As a practice owner or director, your goal may be attracting new clients or referrals, or distinguishing your clinic with specialized programs. But how do you get started? Here you’ll find three important metrics for new program development. These factors will help you determine whether the new program is a good fit for your clinic.
No matter what route you decide to go, it is important to do plenty of research and pla...
I created this ghostwritten piece on the gaps in provider networks in the children's behavioral health field.
I created this ghostwritten piece on PMS.