WebPT, the Phoenix-based rehab therapy software-as-a-service company, is asking area residents to help paint one of Phoenix’s largest murals on the entire south side of its newly renovated building. The 5,500-square-foot work of art is “dedicated to celebrating the past, present and future of the thriving, historical” downtown Phoenix Warehouse District, according to a WebPT flyer.
WebPT president and co-founder Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, discusses how their work space influences the company’s culture.
In this article for Impact, Strive Labs co-found and WebPT’s director of onboarding and Member education Ryan Klepps, PT, DPT, looks at four impactful metrics every clinic owner or physical therapist should be measuring to improve patient loyalty, retention, and reactivation.
WebPT, the market-leading rehab therapy software platform, today announced it was named the 2019 KLAS Category Leader in the KLAS Ambulatory Therapy/Rehab segment. This is the first year KLAS has included ambulatory rehab therapy as a category in its reports of healthcare IT and services companies—which are compiled based on customer feedback.
“Customer Service is Essential to Providing Quality Care” with Bianca L Rodriguez and Dr. Heidi Jannenga
WebPT president and co-founder Heidi Jannenga sat down with Bianca L Rodriguez in this interview for Medium.
The Phoenix Business Journal has named Dr. Heidi Jannenga, WebPT President and Co-founder, as one of the 2018 Businessperson of the Year finalists.
In this contributed article for Entrepreneur, Dr. Heidi Jannenga talks about three personality archetypes that are foundational to any company’s success.
Dr. Heidi Jannenga, WebPT President and Co-founder, was awarded the Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year Award by the Phoenix Business Journal.
WebPT CEO Nancy Ham shares her experiences while leading 500 employees in this interview with Authority Magazine.
During the 11-year history of the Women Tech Awards, Women Tech Council has recognized more than 200 finalists and 25 student finalists. This year they honored 20 women—including 17 finalists and three university students—for their contributions, innovations, and leadership across the technology industry. Award recipients were selected for their impact on the technology industry and economy, as well as their contributions to the community.