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 ILOTA Live Virtual Event: "How do Payment and Policy Systems Influence the Practice of Occupational Therapy in a Variety of Settings?"

Originally Held on Tuesday, January 25, 2022

UPDATE: Now Available On-demand! (See below.)

Produced by the Administration & Management Special Interest Section (SIS)

Registration Fees: Members $25 - Non-members $50

(Not a member? Join here and register at the lower rate!)

This course has been approved for 1.5 contact hours of CE credit.

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Did you know? Many of the “policies” occupational therapy practitioners follow are not actual policies, but are myths, and have become "rules of thumb". Do you want to know more about how policy is impacting practice now? This discussion will explore how actual policies and regulations are impacting occupational therapy practice. This is an opportunity to discuss challenges you are facing in your practice in regards to policy and regulations. This panel discussion will help you walk away more equipped to adapt to policy changes in the future and ensure you are implementing best practice OT. Specific settings to be discussed include: acute care, post acute-care, SNF, Home Health, and pediatric private practice. 


  • Identify strategies for best clinical decision making in relation to policy and regulation.
  • Describe the impact of policy and payment on occupational therapy practice. 
  • Recognize the importance of utilizing credible resources to understand policy and payment. 
  • Examine the hierarchy of clinical decision making in regards to the regulatory process. 


Brenda Koverman, PhD, MBA, MS, OTR/L 
Patrick J Bloom, MA, FAOTA
Sarah B. Gallik, MS, OTR/L
Jenna Verdicchio OTR/L
Caren Schranz DrOT, MS, OTR/L

Register Here!

Registration Fees: Members $25 - Non-members $50

This course is now available on-demand through our ILOTA Learning Management System (LMS) website. After you register, you will receive an email confirmation message with the steps on how to access the course and receive your CE credit.

(This course has been approved for 1.5 contact hours of CE credit.)