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Better Speech and Hearing Month (BSHM) is an Opportune Time to Learn More about the Benefits of Telepractice
Every May, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association makes BSHM resources available on their website, effectively raising awareness about communication disorders and growing need for more speech language pathology and audiology services in the United States; one of the ways this is being accomplished is via telepratice—a topic that ASHA reports on with positivity and optimism in this informative video:
Increasing the availability of SLP services is something that technology achieves everyday via telepractice; this enables the therapist to dial into a patient’s home and meet them wherever they are! It’s a service delivery method that works for any age group. Young patients are motivated by technology-driven therapy sessions, and older patients respond well to therapy via computers, as so many are used to communicating with their children and grandchildren this way.
Breaking Down the Two Major Types of Telepractice
Other terms for “telepractice” may include “teleaudiology”, “telespeech”, and “speech teletherapy”. Speech language pathologists should note the differences between these two types of telepratice:
- Synchronous: This service delivery method is client/patient interactive and conducted with interactive audio and video connection in real time. This creates an in-person experience similar to that achieved in a face-to-face therapy session. Synchronous services may connect a client/patient or group of clients/patients with a clinician, or they may include consultation between a clinician and a specialist.
- Asynchronous: This is a “store and forward” service delivery method, wherein images or data are captured and transmitted (i.e., stored and forwarded) for viewing or interpretation by a professional. Examples include transmission of voice clips, audiologic testing results, or outcomes of independent client/patient practice.
SLPs Successfully Providing Teletherapy Are Improving Access and Decreasing Costs for Patients
Many SLPs who practice teletherapy report research outcomes that are equal to face-to-face delivery models, and say that patient satisfaction is high, adding that the method opens new doors in therapy as it promotes more family involvement and easy access to care. More insurance companies, including Medicare agree with the cost-effectiveness and uncompromised quality of telepractice, and provide coverage for these sessions; the only challenge left for SLPs is when patient relationships cross state lines because this means the therapist must seek SLP licensure in multiple states: the state wherein therapy is being provided, and the state where the patient is receiving it. The ASHAsphere blog has written extensively on a need for SLP license portability, as more schools, nursing homes and hospitals experience shortages in audiology and speech pathology services.
There is No Better Time than “Better Speech and Hearing Month” to Celebrate Technological Advances for SLPs!
This May, may you continue to excel in speech language pathology jobs during BSHM Month and throughout the rest of the year. When it comes to restoring the gift of communication to your patients, only highly trained SLPs deliver the articulation, language. and fluency necessary to succeed. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online to find high paying speech therapy jobs that match your skill set today!
Author Travel Force Staffing | 06.10 | Category Allied Healthcare, Career Tips, Healthcare Industry Trends, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Career, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist
Our recruiters use cutting edge technology in their selection process, but there’s more to it than that. They also value their career development partnerships, and work hard to maintain them; these alliances with universities and physical therapy programs throughout the United States put recruitment staff in contact with both new therapy graduates and veterans of the allied healthcare field. Though consultants review thousands of applications via an internal database, the process gets more personal when they have the distinct pleasure of meeting one-on-one with the talented therapists who come to college career fairs. The goal is to work closely with candidates, ultimately landing them high income and rewarding therapy jobs in all 50 U.S. States.
While it’s true that a consultant helps the therapist find his or her way in a fiercely competitive field, the end-result of working together is a win-win, not just for the job applicant, but for the healthcare employer as well. The consultant vets the best physical therapists, PTAs, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists for therapy careers that help define rehab centers, out-patient clinics, skilled nursing facilities and more as among the best in America. Their approach to staffing hospitals is invaluable in the face of healthcare reform and the millions of newly entitled patients who will inevitably seek therapy from an allied healthcare professional.
Here are just a few more reasons why it’s a win-win for therapists and healthcare employers when they use a staffing consultant to fulfill their employment goals. Find these and other related statistics on Travel Force Staffing’s site.
- The 39% surge in physical therapy jobs projected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics will open up some 77,000 more therapy jobs between now and 2020.
- Rather than feel overwhelmed, healthcare employers have every reason to sit back, relax and let highly trained recruiters provide a complete profile, skills checklists, license verification and references with every candidate submitted.
- The “very best” healthcare talent, classified as the top 10 percent, can expect to earn more than $100,000 a year!
Healthcare Employers, Post Your On-Line Positions with the Staffing Pros!
Therapists with advanced clinical training and amazing potential know that short-term therapy jobs offer more than just high pay and the flexibility to do and see more; they also know that travel therapy jobs are an excellent opportunity for professional growth; these allied healthcare workers need only call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online to learn more. Hospitals interested in staffing the best of the best are encouraged to post your positions online today!
Author Travel Force Staffing | 01.24 | Category Allied Healthcare, Career Tips, Fall therapy job locations, Healthcare Industry Trends, Locations, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Jobs, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Spring therapy job locations, Summer therapy job locations, Therapist Jobs, Therapist Jobs Postings, Therapy Jobs, Therapy Jobs by Season, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist, Traveling Therapist, Winter therapy job locations
Therapy jobs are recession proof in much of the U.S., but it’s a handful of states that have, over the decades, developed a reputation for being the best for therapy jobs. If you’re a physical therapist, occupational therapist or speech language pathologist looking for a quarterly breakdown of where the best jobs are and when, you’ve come to the right place.
This winter, the Golden State is a favorite among therapists for the high wages and recession proof careers. The same can be said of Texas, Ohio and Florida. Please read more on these U.S. hot spots!
- California therapy jobs run the high paying (average is $83,114 in LA) gambit between respiratory therapy jobs, OT jobs, physical therapy jobs and more! This is the country’s most populous state, and its high concentration of Baby Boomers mean allied health professionals are more necessary than ever! This time of year, the Golden State comes alive with world famous fancy food shows, concerts and more!
- Florida therapy jobs are particularly kind to allied healthcare professionals with PT specializations, offering sign on bonuses that let you make the most of mild winter weather, averaging in the 70s!
- Ohio therapy jobs pay the highest salary in Cleveland, averaging at $76,004. This is a state known for its comparatively low cost of living and high standards in the arts. Check out Arts In Ohio to see what we mean!
- Texas therapy jobs are especially well paying in Austin where PTs make an average of $72,181 a year. Make sure you click your way through this 2013 Austin events calendar to see what the city has to offer!
California, Texas and Ohio therapy jobs were the best in winter and the best for Spring too! That’s why the focus is on Washington state and Oregon. Come read what’s happening in the Pacific Northwest.
- Washington therapy jobs offer salaries above the national average, with the annual income in Seattle clocking in at $81, 840. Neighboring cities run close to that figure. Daffodil Festival events in Tacoma, Puyallup, Orting, and Sumner will brighten your spring; look for a grand finish to the season in Seattle, with the Northwest Folk life Festival in May.
- Oregon Therapy Jobs in Portland offer PTs an average pay of $76,978; after factoring in the amazing benefits package that come with top travel therapy jobs, Oregon therapists can enjoy this coastal state and its hip environmentalism even more!
High salaries and recession proof therapy careers are still available in Texas, California and Ohio this summer. Here are a few new U.S. states, with reasons that should snag the attention of travel therapists looking for a change in the hot months of 2013.
- New Jersey Therapy Jobs are surrounded by coveted vacation rentals. Everyone wants to be there; however everyone can’t make the average therapist salary in the Garden State of $91,000.
- Maryland therapy jobs are just a short drive from everything the Capitol City has to offer. In Baltimore, MD—known for being the best little city in the world, PTs earn an average salary of $78, 853!
- Michigan therapy jobs are the highest paying in collegiate and charming Anne Arbor, averaging $77,994 for PTs.
- Wisconsin therapy jobs allow you to spend an idyllic summer shopping or resting lakeside. Known for its low cost of living, the average salary of 72, 075 for Milwaukee PTs goes a long way!
Once again, the same hot spots for therapy jobs have followed this quarterly report into the end of 2013, with California, Texas, Florida, Ohio and Oregon topping the list. However two new stops on the map should brighten Autumn for therapist this year.
- New York Therapy jobs are in the epicenter of urban life in the U.S.—and the average pay’s not bad, either: $88,336 in the Big Apple!
- Arkansas Therapy Jobs may not top the list for highest paying in the U.S., but with scenery and wildlife fun beyond compare, and the lure of Little Rock, PTs will love their average pay of 65,048 per year.
- Massachusetts therapy jobs in the Fall are a leaf peeper’s delight; it doesn’t hurt that therapy jobs in Boston pay an average salary of $83,763.
Call Travel Force Staffing and Work in your Dream Location!
Our free private housing is a room with a view in so many of these talked-about cities. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online today to get going!
**Reference to the average salary per state was taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) site.
Author Travel Force Staffing | 11.12 | Category Monthly Events, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Jobs, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist
This Veterans Day, Americans will give their due appreciation for men and women in the military; among them are allied healthcare professionals, with patients in VA hospitals, and rehabilitation centers across the USA. The odds of a veteran and therapist crossing paths are especially great given that allied healthcare workers make up 60% of those in the medical profession, and treat a large number of retired military and those injured in the line of duty.
Did you know that the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) grabbed headlines in 2008, when it announced the HR 6792 Veterans Physical Therapy Services Improvement Act. The bill improved the recruitment and retention of physical therapists for the VHA—the kind of move that leads to more good things for these patients, like updating VHA amendments so that service dogs are available to the Veterans who really need them. When physical therapists type “Veteran” into search results on the APTA site, they bring up encouraging stories just like this.
Today is not just a day for PTs to reflect; other veins of allied healthcare also deliver critical services to the veterans who need them, i.e. speech language pathologists, respiratory therapists, occupational therapists and more. Their pledge to help all patients has been recognized for centuries; in fact, therapists can look back to President Lincoln’s promise to servicemen, that they would always receive the very best of care in exchange for their bravery, as the impetus behind founding the VHA in 1930.
Travel Force Staffing Salutes You on Veterans Day!
This is the perfect time to see a historical movie, like Stephen Spielberg’s Lincoln, released on the eve of a long Veteran’s Day weekend. Wherever we all are on a day when banks, schools are closed, Americans will be honoring military service of the men and women who have served our nation. And have a very happy Veterans Day while you’re at it!
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists interested in jobs that offer career advancement opportunities? Call Travel Force Staffing at 1-800-617-0608 to speak to a allied healthcare recruiter or simply upload your resume and apply online to get started now.
Author Travel Force Staffing | 11.01 | Category Allied Healthcare, Healthcare Industry Trends, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Jobs, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist, Traveling Therapist
This first week of November, therapists across the USA are being celebrated for their contributions to allied healthcare, via National Allied Health Professionals Week (AHPW). While the event puts therapists’ contributions in the spotlight, colleagues and patients appreciate their therapists year round; but it doesn’t hurt to have a few days on the calendar devoted to promoting awareness about therapy careers. Did you know there are 80 different kinds of allied healthcare practitioners, serving in therapy jobs nationwide ?
Occupational therapists and physical therapists, their assistants, speech language pathologists and respiratory therapists are part of that long list of allied health caregivers. As more Americans reach retirement age and birth rates climb, extraordinary job gains are reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The fact that there are approximately 5 million therapists at work today, comprising 60% of the healthcare workforce at large, is a comfort to patients who now, or will someday need their services.
How Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists Can Spread a Message of Patient Advocacy and Compassion
This week is the perfect springboard to promoting your therapy career. These are just a few ideas:
- Use your membership in APTA, AOTA or ASHA to spread the word about recognizing allied healthcare and its achievements.
- Recognize and reward those who initiated or supported outstanding contributions to AHPW.
- Advertise the Nov. 5-9, 2012 date and what AHPW means allied healthcare professionals and their patients.
- Sponsor or donate funds to an activity that is affiliated with an allied healthcare group; one that promotes people in physical therapy jobs who are making a difference.
4 Million New Healthcare Jobs and Growing until 2016!
With the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics predicted a huge surge in physical therapy jobs, those who want to work in them should consider pursuing America’s best hospitals; these allied health professionals should also align talents with a premier staffing agency, one that offers free private housing, full benefits package and chance to earn up to six-figures in competitive therapy jobs. Call at 1-800-617-0608, or simply apply online! Travel Force Staffing is eager to help you make a huge difference, during National Allied Health Professionals Week and year round. Thanks for your continued commitment to excellence!
Author Travel Force Staffing | 03.28 | Category Agency Certifications, Allied Healthcare, Certifications, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, The Joint Commission Certification, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist, Traveling Therapist
Travel Force Staffing Announces Recertification By The Joint Commission
Leading allied healthcare staffing agency, Travel Force Staffing, has been awarded The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for 2012. Travel Force Staffing has been continuously certified by The Joint Commission since 2005 and has once again earned the valued Gold Seal of Approval. Addressing the nation’s allied healthcare shortage by providing healthcare employers with travel and permanent therapy job candidates. Travel Force focuses on recruiting skilled candidates to fulfill Physical therapy jobs and occupational therapy jobs.
Travel Force Staffing is one of 19,000 health care organizations in the U.S. certified by The Joint Commission. To achieve certification, healthcare staffing agencies undergo an in-depth review of qualifications and competency of staff, placement procedures and staff performance benchmarks. Seven years in a row, Travel Force excelled in areas of customer service and support, communications and accountability.
Read more about Travel Force’s Joint Commission Certification
Author Travel Force Staffing | 01.13 | Category Career Tips, Education, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Licensing, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist
With a brand new year under way, it’s time to get organized—and in your therapy career the most logical place to start is making sure your therapy license is in order. Travel Force is proud to provide therapy career resources that include links to all 50 U.S. physical therapy boards and 24/7 access to customer care should questions arise about obtaining state licensure in one or multiple states. Remember that we post new jobs round the clock, offering high paying opportunities in both travel therapy jobs and permanent jobs.
Travel Therapists will want to obtain multiple state licenses, so that when new travel physical therapy jobs open up from coast to coast, you’re ready to accept immediately. As an incentive, our staffing agency provides, whenever applicable, reimbursement for licensure board costs and travel expenses. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online to open up a line of communication with our recruiting team; they’ll want to discuss how far you can take your therapy career and what you need to do to get the ball rolling.
Whether you’re comfortable in your current therapy job or planning your next move, bookmarking our therapy career resources page is a great idea; it’ll help you stay current on allied health trends, events, and matters concerning your continuing education and earning potential.
Therapy Career Links Worth Remembering
OTA’s, physical and occupational therapists, as well as speech language pathologists will want to familiarize themselves with these sites, useful for anyone in therapy jobs and physical therapy jobs at Travel Force Staffing.
Once again, don’t pass on making the New Year your perfect excuse to check in with your state licensure board. You’ll want to ensure no complaints have been filed, and no expiration have passed on continuing education requirements; a failure to meet these standards or forget to pay small periodic fees could result in the revocation of your state board issued therapy license—and nobody wants that. It’s just a gentle reminder from your #1 staffing agency. We know you’re in control of your therapy career and ready to prosper this year. Happy 2012 everyone!
Author Travel Force Staffing | 11.01 | Category Allied Healthcare, Career Tips, CFY, Monthly Events, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Jobs, Physical Therapist Licensing, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist
Feel Appreciated November 1-7, 2011!
The first week of November is National Allied Health Professionals Week, and honors the contributions of therapists from coast to coast. To physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists in the U.S., therapist staffing agency, Travel Force Staffing, says ‘Thank you, for the skill and high training you bring to your therapy jobs in all 50 states!’
Your healthcare staffing agency provides therapy career resources that help allied health professionals keep up with the extraordinary job gains predicted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, who, in 2006, predicted 4 million new health care jobs that are still on a steady climb—and forecasted to keep on growing until 2016!
Travel Therapy Jobs Are Just One Way to Increase Allied Health Awareness
For patients in need of rehabilitative care, there can be no greater contribution than sharing your talents as a therapist in a wide variety of healthcare settings that travel therapy jobs provide. Remember that allied healthcare professionals and the travel therapists among them constitute approximately 60% of caregivers in American healthcare today—so make sure you get the word out about your large and invaluable presence in the medical community! Since travel therapists encounter many different people with an interest in what they do, be sure to sponsor an activity, like a pot-luck, sports game or raffle that generates proceeds and honors local therapists.
Helping Give Talented SLPs, PTs and OTs Their Due
Working in a therapy career, though challenging, means your chosen road is high paying, incredibly rewarding and recession proof! Bookmark our physical therapy certification page to learn more about advancing your PT career.
Are you an ambitious occupational therapist looking to make your mark? Read this related blog about your therapy career’s boundless opportunities and high wages. We may also be the perfect fit for a newly graduated speech language pathologist, hunting for a lucrative CFY job—or ultimate speech language pathology job.
What Are You Waiting For? Call Travel Force Staffing Now!
Because we are affiliated with America’s best hospitals and offer free private housing and bonuses as part of a generous benefits package, all our rehab jobs put physical therapists within reach of a six-figure salary. It’s as easy as calling 1-800-617-0608; or, simply apply online! But between clicks, take the time to bask in your achievements this week, as a valued member of America’s allied healthcare workforce!
Author Travel Force Staffing | 08.25 | Category Allied Healthcare, Career Tips, Continuing Education Units (CEU), Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist Education, Physical Therapist Licensing, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Job Questions, Rehabilitation Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Job Bonus, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Travel physical therapy jobs, Travel Therapist
Allied healthcare professionals, drawn to new cultures, climates and the travel done in between, covet high paying occupational and physical therapy jobs offered by prestigious staffing agencies. If you’re looking to take your therapy career to the next level, one that offers a competitive salary, free luxury private housing and more, please do read on!
Checklist: 10 Reasons to Switch to Travel Therapy Jobs
- Travel therapy jobs let your inner-traveler go beyond guidebooks: Sites and attractions are to be enjoyed at your sole discretion and leisure. It’s not like you’re the average tourist, trying to cram everything into one vacation.
- Staffing consultants work closely with every therapist. Thanks to VIP customer care, you tailor your own therapist career, living where you want, working the hours that suit you best.
- Continuing Education is free. Advance in your therapist career from the comfort of your laptop. We have hundreds of online classes to choose from! See some of the Free CE online courses
- These therapy jobs are flexible! If you fall in love with a city during your therapy job, you can easily arrange to extend that position or find a permanent therapist job in your desired city.
- Free private housing is located in a prime location. Live in apartments with amenities that encourage exercise (i.e. pools and gyms) and are either very close to your travel therapy job or located next to public transportation.
- Get a bonus when you refer a therapist! Be sure to refer a colleague who loves the idea of a travel therapist lifestyle too. See current travel therapy jobs bonuses.
- Company matched 401(k) and travel reimbursements come with every travel therapy job. Once you peruse the Travel Force benefits package, you’ll want to sign on!
- Accepting a travel therapy job means lightening your load. A consultant handles the particulars; the only thing you must do is ace your job interview, pack your belongings and get on the road. Deciding what the essentials are rids your life of clutter. See basic travel therapy job documentation needed to get started
- Making plans for your future has never been this fun. Formulate a list of “Must-See places” before embarking on your new therapy career. Cram your glove compartment with maps and guidebooks. It’s a great opportunity for graduate physical therapists coming out of college.
- You build confidence by working in more than just one facility. Increase your ability to adapt, acclimate and thrive in travel therapy jobs.
Travel Force Staffing Professionals Help You Learn to Travel Light
Allied healthcare professionals love travel therapy jobs because they are flexible, challenging, and offer great career benefits and pay when compared to permanent positions. Travel therapy jobs allow you to be the architect of where you work and for how long—rest assured our SLP jobs, physical and occupational therapy jobs are in America’s best hospitals; 80% of our affiliates appear in a top rated list, published consistently in U.S. News & World Report. Remember our checklist of why becoming a travel therapist is a brilliant move. You want to travel light, even if a decision like this is seldom made lightly—that is exactly why you need an expert staffing agency to help you take the plunge.
Travel Force Staffing provides recruitment solutions for America’s top rated rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient and Rehab centers, skilled nursing facilities, and private therapy practices located in all 50 U.S. states. Our experienced team of staffing experts place physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, surgical technologists and per diem staff and other allied healthcare professionals into therapy careers nationwide. Contact us today at 800-617-0608 for instant access to cutting edge recruitment technology, therapy career resources, news, and information.
Author Travel Force Staffing | 06.22 | Category Allied Healthcare, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapist Jobs, Therapy Jobs, Top Rehab Careers, Top Therapy Blogs, Travel Therapist
Occupational therapy jobs are in higher demand in 26 states, thanks to new legislation that requires health insurers to cover screening, diagnosis and treatment for autism spectrum disorders—heartening news for OTs treating patients with problems processing sensory input. Researchers estimate that 8 out of 10 autistic children suffer from Sensory Processing Disorder; with more affordable and expansive health care treatments and options, occupational therapy is more effective in lowering these statistics.
Autism Insurance Reform Bill a Win – Win for More Than Just Occupational Therapists
For parents, autism insurance reform eliminates the critical choice between keeping finances stable and seeking quality treatment; this bill lets them have both, ensuring that Medicaid and public schools are not the only form of reimbursement for families struggling to meet treatment costs. States to enact the autism insurance reform bill require insurance companies to include, as part of care, routine toddler screenings, behavioral health treatments, speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy, as well as other allied healthcare services that seek to benefit the 1 in every 115 children diagnosed with autism in the United States today. Insurance reform is expected to help these individuals better afford out-patient care, Applied Behavior Analysis, and protect against wrongful termination of health benefits. Patients helped by this reform may also expect shorter waits for optional, but beneficial treatments.
Looking for Therapy Jobs in States that Promote Advocacy and Increased Awareness?
Sought after, high paying travel occupational therapy jobs from coast to coast are part of this ground-breaking reform, in California, Virginia and New Jersey to name a few. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online today. Our recruiters align your talents with an ideal occupational therapy career in healthcare facilities synonymous with excellent care—for autism, and wide range of disorders requiring the high-level clinical training and expertise you know you can provide. Apply today!
Footnote: Find out more about Autism Reform Law in your state by visiting the Autism Votes official website; here therapists will find an initiative map detailing which states have enacted this positive law. Valuable information on your community’s Autism Speaks Chapter Advocacy Chair is also available. Archived material on the Travel Force blog is also a great career resource! Learn more about the exciting challenges and rewards of an occupational therapy career and how it helps patients with autism and sensory processing disorder by clicking on the links provided.
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