Russell Olsen, VP of Innovation and Project Management at WebPT, shares his expertise on the state of artificial intelligence in the healthcare IT sector.
WebPT co-founder Heidi Jannenga joined Arizona Senator Heather Carter, Arizona Science Center president & CEO Chevy Humphrey, and Avondale Elementary School District superintendent Dr. Betsy Hargrove for a panel discussion on the growing tech industry in Arizona.
PHOENIX (August 27, 2019) – WebPT today announced that Warburg Pincus, a leading global private equity firm focused on growth investing, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in the company from the previous investor, Battery Ventures. The investment, coupled with Warburg Pincus’s deep expertise in health care and technology, will help WebPT innovate upon its product suite and accelerate its mission of helping therapists achieve greatness in practice. Since its launch in 2008…
The B2B Innovator Awards have named Brooke Andrus, Content Marketing Manager at WebPT, as a finalist for their annual award.
She Was a Physical Therapist for NBA and Women’s Soccer Athletes. Then She Started a $100 Million Software Business
Heidi Jannenga was a rising collegiate basketball star at UC Davis, coming off the highest-scoring game of her career, when a bad landing on a routine layup blew out her knee. Intensive rehab got her back on the court in time for the playoffs and inspired her to pursue a career in the field–first as a sports therapist, then as a director of three physical therapy clinics. Then she founded Phoenix, Arizona-based WebPT –a software company that
Imagine this: You’re sitting in a boardroom across from a major investor. You’ve just finished your pitch, and now you’re sweating a bit, waiting for the response. Sound familiar? That was where I found myself in 2009―giving it my best shot in Birmingham, Alabama, as I asked for a significant influx of capital to back a new product my former employer was rolling out. With this new product, I told the investor, we were going to change
The biggest challenges facing the rehab therapy industry today include provider burnout, increasingly complex payor relationships, and mounting student debt, according to a recently released State of Rehab Therapy report that details findings from an industry-wide survey.
WebPT, the market-leading software platform for outpatient rehab therapists, released its 2019 State of Rehab Therapy report detailing the findings from its recent industry-wide survey of more than 6,000 physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology professionals from an array of specialties, settings and geographic locations. According to the report, the biggest challenges facing the rehab therapy industry today include provider burnout, increasingly complex payer relationships and mounting student debt.
Dr. Heidi Jannenga, WebPT President and Co-founder, joins Neil C. Hughes on The Tech Blog Writer podcast and shares her tech startup story—from forming the idea to securing funding to growing WebPT’s user base to 13,000 Members and 500 employees.
In this article for One Million by One Million, WebPT CEO Nancy Ham explores the evolution of WebPT into a broader product and discusses the open issues in the physical therapy practice management space. She also covers pain-related medical devices, the role of insurance companies, and other interesting nuances of the industry.
In this article for American Express, Brian Allery, Vice President of Employee Success and Administration at WebPT , offers advice on employee retention.
The physical therapy space went from 15% EHR adoption rate to 85%, says Shawn McKee, Vice President of Marketing at WebPT.