Friday, January 26, 2018

The Physical Therapy Compact: What You Need to Know

Allied News Blog

Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018


If you are a physical therapist practicing in a state that has adopted the physical therapy compact, you will soon be able to be licensed in 15 other states. That’s a big deal if you live in states like Washington and Oregon, or in cities like Louisville or Nashville. However, if you live in Kansas City, Missouri, you won’t be able to practice across the river in Kansas without going through an additional licensing process. (published site)

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

How Allied Travel Jobs Can Enhance Your Resume

For Club Staffing
Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018


 By Michael O’Leary, Contributor
Let’s face it, you worked hard to earn your degree and land your first allied health job. You know the potential for career growth and advancement is great, but knowing how to start can be daunting. (published site)

Friday, January 5, 2018

How to Make Friends When You are on Allied Travel Jobs in a New City

Allied Hot Spots
Michael O’Leary | February 01, 2018

While allied healthcare travel jobs offer incredible opportunities to meet and work with professionals in your field all over the country, keeping those friends can be a challenge. (published site)

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Is Minimally Invasive Surgery Right for You?

For Healthcare Associates, Texas

You may have seen the ads — a dad is playing basketball with his small son in the driveway of their home and the man lifts his son over his head, while the narrator encourages viewers to stop putting off surgery for back pain. (published site)

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

How Useful Are Pre-sub Meetings With the FDA?

For Kapstone Medical

Making the most of your Q-submissions

How important is the FDA Pre-sub meeting? If saving time and money is important, then taking advantage of the FDA Pre-submission meeting program is key. (published site)