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Emily Elliott

PT, DPT, MTC

Emily Elliott received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennessee, and her Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Her clinical experience is diverse, spanning patient populations from ortho to neuro to peds, primarily in outpatient settings.

Over the years, her experience in project management of clinical programs has shaped her passion for providing training for the real world that is immediately applicable. She is fueled by getting to the root cause of issues facing clinicians today in order to provide innovative solutions for better care. As clinical performance manager at CORA Physical Therapy, she has served as the educator and mentor in leadership university, residency program, new grad mentor program, and numerous online continuing education courses.

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Shared Decision-Making for Improved Therapy Outcomes

Presented by Emily Elliott, PT, DPT, MTC

Shared Decision-Making for Improved Therapy Outcomes

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Video Runtime: 26 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 21 Minutes

In today's healthcare climate, with declining reimbursement structures and increasing demand for improved outcomes, therapists are challenged to do more with less. Shared decision-making is a collaborative communication strategy that aligns with patient-centered care, yet many therapists don't know about it or leverage it fully. This course, designed for physical and occupational therapists as well as speech language pathologists and athletic trainers, will highlight how research supports this communication model across multiple disciplines and rehab settings. In addition, this course will provide instructions and case study examples on how a few small changes to the way you approach patient care at any visit can make a big impact for the patient, for the therapist, and for the industry.

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Health Literacy Strategies for Shared Decision-Making

Presented by Emily Elliott, PT, DPT, MTC

Health Literacy Strategies for Shared Decision-Making

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.
Video Runtime: 19 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 21 Minutes

In today's healthcare climate, with declining reimbursement structures and increasing demand for improved outcomes, therapists are challenged to do more with less. Shared decision-making is a collaborative communication strategy that doesn't add more time to your visit but can be challenging if your patient has trouble understanding healthcare information. This course, designed for physical and occupational therapists as well as speech language pathologists and athletic trainers, will explore the impact of low health literacy in a therapy setting and provide easy-to-adopt application strategies like plain language, prioritizing key topics, and visual aids that can make a big impact on outcomes.

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Advanced Shared Decision-Making Strategies

Presented by Emily Elliott, PT, DPT, MTC

Advanced Shared Decision-Making Strategies

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.
Video Runtime: 22 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 18 Minutes

In today's healthcare climate, with declining reimbursement structures and increasing demand for improved outcomes, therapists are challenged to do more with less. Shared decision-making is a collaborative communication strategy that doesn't add more time to your visit but can be challenging if your patient has trouble understanding healthcare information. This course, designed for physical and occupational therapists as well as speech-language pathologists, will explore the impact of low health literacy in a therapy setting and provide more advanced application strategies, like patient-reported outcome measures, motivational interviewing, and teach-back, that can make a big impact on outcomes, especially in the more challenging patients.

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