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Posts Tagged ‘ AMTA ’

Who Has OUR Backs?

October 18, 2013
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Who is really looking out for the interests of massage therapists? Among all the entities we give our hard-earned money to, it would seem that when we’re in a pinch, we can’t drum up much support for ourselves.   I’m incensed at the Ethics Committee of the NCBTMB for selectively choosing which parts of...
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Report from the AMTA National Convention

September 30, 2013
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I arrived in Ft. Worth on Wednesday in time to attend the House of Delegates preliminary meeting, which was quite exciting. I was only an alternate this year so I did not get to participate in several spirited debates, one concerning the ACA, and another concerning delegates who arrive late for the meeting (they...
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Report from the AFMTE 2013 Annual Meeting

July 21, 2013
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I just returned from attending the fourth annual meeting of the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education, held this year in St. Charles, MO. I’m a founding member of this organization, and once again, it was a fabulous event. I would have to say that this was the best one in the history of the...
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AMTA: Supporting Massage Therapists for the Affordable Care Act (or Not?)

July 10, 2013
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The Affordable Care Act goes into effect on January 1, 2014. This stands to have a major impact on the ability of massage therapists to be reimbursed by insurance. The 1300+ page document includes language prohibiting discrimination against licensed integrative health care practitioners.   Diana Thompson, well-known educator, author, long-time AMTA member and past...
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ELAP First Draft and Call for Comments Released

June 15, 2013
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The first draft of the ELAP (Entry-Level Analysis Project) has finally been released. It’s been more than a year since I first blogged about it.   This research project proposal was introduced by ABMP and has come full circle from the first statements put out about it, which put me out quite a bit....
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An Interview with Bill Brown, New Executive Director of AMTA

May 30, 2013
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Bill Brown became the new Executive Director of the American Massage Therapy Association on May 17, following the retirement of former ED Shelly Johnson. Brown has been with the American Massage Therapy Association for 8 years, the past two and a half as Deputy Director. He has a degree in Political Studies from the...
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A Change for the Better at the Massage Therapy Foundation and AMTA

May 5, 2013
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This past week the Massage Therapy Foundation announced that Gini S. Ohlson will become the new Executive Director of the organization, effective July 1. Ohlson has been the AMTA’s staff director for the MTF since 1998. This is part of the paradigm shift between the two organizations, and I think it’s a good one....
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Report from the International Massage Therapy Research Conference

April 29, 2013
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This past week I was blessed to attend the International Massage Therapy Research Conference for the first time. This event is only held every three years and it was my first time attending. It was held at the Seaport in Boston, a beautiful hotel right on the harbor and right across the street from...
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MOCC-ERY Redux

February 28, 2013
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I have received the following from the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards. I personally think they are far off the mark on what they intend to do with continuing education, and with their refusal to consider any joint effort with the NCBTMB to organize and streamline the approval process for the good of...
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The Financial Health of Our Organizations: AMTA

January 14, 2013
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This is the fourth year that I have reported on the financial status of the non-profit organizations that represent the massage therapy profession. I am not an accountant or a financial expert. The information is taken from Guidestar, a clearinghouse where you can look up the financial filings of non-profits. The American Massage Therapy...
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