Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Jerry Henderson, physical therapist, founder, and vice president for therapist success at Clinicient.

Hip and knee replacements are the most common inpatient surgery for Medicare beneficiaries. Beginning April 1, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will implement the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model to improve care for these procedures. Will you be ready?

Find out what therapists need to know about CJR and how it affects them. Listen to Jerry Henderson reveal why CMS is focused on hip and knee replacements, and what technology and services PTs need to participate successfully in the new care model.

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Jerry Henderson, PT

Jerry Henderson, PT

Prior to Clinicient, Jerry Henderson, PT, was a practicing physical therapist for more than 25 years, 20 of which were in private practice.

Henderson founded Physical Therapy Clinics Inc (PTCI) a multi-clinic physical therapy business in the Seattle area, in 1979. He also started a second physical therapy practice in 2003 called Physiocare Corporation. In 1995, while still in clinical practice, Henderson started the PT Link Corporation. Henderson describes PT Link as an early version of a physical therapy documentation software system, acquired by The Pathways Group and ultimately becoming part of a public offering.

Henderson says his ultimate goal is to provide his colleagues proven processes and state-of-the-art systems to enable them to excel on both fronts.