About Amplify OT
Amplify OT is the go-to place for occupational therapy practitioners and students to learn about advocacy, policy, legislation, and quality initiatives.
As OT practitioners, it can be challenging to find information on how legislation and regulation impact our practice. We provide the solution to this problem.
Amplify OT was founded in October 2020 by Clarice Grote, MS, OTR/L. Clarice is an occupational therapist with a passion and expertise in advocacy, policy, Medicare payment, and quality programs.
You can learn more about her on Clarice’s about page.
Have you ever found yourself…
- Being told you can’t do certain things because of Medicare?
- Trying to find information about how OT is reimbursed but only finding resources about PT?
- Trying to find the “why” behind certain issues?
- Just wanting to learn more about advocacy and policy in general?
Well, look no further. We are hard at work developing CEUs and resources for OT practitioners and students to learn about advocacy, legislation, policy, quality initiatives, and Medicare regulation.
Amplify OT provides resources for occupational therapy practitioners by an occupational therapist.
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A Note From Our Founder
I believe a thorough understanding of reimbursment, policy, and quality initiatives are vital to effective occuaptional therapy practice. However, it can be challenging to find resources that thoroughly explain how these issues impact OT.
To solve this problem, I created Amplify OT to serve as a resource for practitioners and students. We’ll identify how legislation, regulation, and healthcare quality initiatives impact occupational therapy.
I hope you find Amplify OT a helpful resource for your practice and advocacy efforts. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you be an amazing OT advocate.
~ Clarice Grote, MS, OTR/L