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IJHRS. 2018; 7(3): 146-150

The imminent and inevitable insolvent payment system: A real challenge for providing physical therapy and rehabilitation

Tarek Al gohary.

The global economy nowadays is interconnected to the degree that it was never before. The troubles at any of the growing markets in the world have significant effects on the economy all over other parts of the world but at different degrees. Many economy experts blow whistles to the public about the economic crisis that is looming in the horizon. Providing physical therapy through a solvent payment system is not easy and serving patients through insolvent payment system would be a challenge. That prompted Dr. Tarek El-gohary to critically investigate and consult different sources aiming to get to the bottom of the inevitable and imminent financial crisis to alert professionals, in the health care field, to what is expected soon to happen and how to adopt certain strategies to lessen the catastrophic consequences in order to be able to survive to support our families and be ready to help our clients and patients.

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