• Founder Letter: Culture, Compensation, and Career: The Elements of a Competitive PT Hiring Package Image

    articleApr 4, 2018 | 11 min. read

    Founder Letter: Culture, Compensation, and Career: The Elements of a Competitive PT Hiring Package

    There’s never been a better time to be a physical therapist: there’s a large population of aging—yet active—baby boomers, direct access is now the law of the land in all 50 states, and the healthcare system at large is moving toward a value-based care paradigm that prioritizes the delivery of safe, cost-effective treatment. At the same time, this year’s class of new PT graduates is on pace to be larger than ever, with as many as 10,600 …

  • Untapped Potential: The Art of Discovering and Selling Your PT Value Image

    webinarApr 3, 2018

    Untapped Potential: The Art of Discovering and Selling Your PT Value

    As the old saying goes, “In the absence of value, price is always an issue.” In other words, people aren’t going to pay for something they don’t consider valuable—whether that’s a car, a software, a new haircut, a piece of art, or even a healthcare service. Unfortunately, healthcare providers in general—and physical therapists in particular—tend to overlook the value issue, instead focusing solely on the price problem. What they may not realize, though, is that price and …

  • Founder Letter: The $6 Billion Problem Nobody in PT is Talking About Image

    articleMar 6, 2018 | 7 min. read

    Founder Letter: The $6 Billion Problem Nobody in PT is Talking About

    If you’re in the physical therapy business, I don’t have to tell you that profit margins are slim. As a former clinic director, I know how tight PT practice budgets are. In fact, that’s what led me to create WebPT in the first place: I was spending way too much money on documentation and dictation, and I desperately needed a way to trim that expense. At that time, though, electronic documentation was a fairly novel concept in …

  • Knock Out Patient Dropout: 8 Ways to Increase Retention and Revenue Image

    webinarFeb 12, 2018

    Knock Out Patient Dropout: 8 Ways to Increase Retention and Revenue

    In one corner, we have a highly skilled rehab therapy provider known for delivering amazing clinical outcomes through noninvasive, movement-based treatment. And in the other corner, we have a discouraged, disengaged patient whose quality of life has taken a major hit due to musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.

      If you’re a rehab therapy provider, you’ve probably seen this battle play out more times than you can count—and we’re betting that more often than not, your therapy …

  • Founder Letter: Stability in the Midst of Chaos: Celebrating 10 Years Image

    articleJan 31, 2018 | 8 min. read

    Founder Letter: Stability in the Midst of Chaos: Celebrating 10 Years

    As a general rule, I do my best to steer clear of politics in these letters. Aside from pushing for pro-PT legislation, I keep my views on party lines to myself. After all, beyond the individuals elected, the goal of our democratic government has always been to work together to find solutions that serve the greater good. Now, we’ve had government shutdowns before—sadly enough. But the three-day shutdown that happened at the end of January was particularly …

  • Our Comfort Zone is Killing Us: Top Takeaways from the 2018 Graham Sessions Image

    articleJan 17, 2018 | 15 min. read

    Our Comfort Zone is Killing Us: Top Takeaways from the 2018 Graham Sessions

    Most of the time, when I attend a conference—whether that be a physical therapy, healthcare technology, business, or leadership conference—I do so because I want to connect with, and learn from, others in my field. I want to take in and absorb their knowledge to supplement and expand the depth of my own expertise. And most of the conferences I attend—including the Graham Sessions —allow me to do just that. But, this year’s Graham Sessions were different. …

  • Founder Letter: Top 4 Trends for PTs, OTs, and SLPs in 2018 Image

    articleJan 3, 2018 | 10 min. read

    Founder Letter: Top 4 Trends for PTs, OTs, and SLPs in 2018

    It’s become an annual tradition of mine to look ahead to the new year and forecast the trends that are most likely to impact the rehab therapy industry. While I don’t have a crystal ball—what would be the fun in that?—I’ve gotten pretty good at predicting what’s on our horizon. (You can check out my 2017 post here and my 2016 one here .) There’s nothing on my list for this year that should come as a …

  • Stalled Out: 5 Reasons Your Patients Aren't Progressing (and What to Do About Them) Image

    webinarDec 22, 2017

    Stalled Out: 5 Reasons Your Patients Aren't Progressing (and What to Do About Them)

    If life is a highway, then it’s a wild, bumpy one. And while our patients want to ride it (all night long), with all those twists, turns, and potholes, they’re bound to get banged up. Fortunately, you’re here to help get them back in top form. But, helping patients achieve their goals is hard work—for you and for them—and while everyone strives to be a Ferrari, it’s common to plateau at Pinto. And that’s when the risk …

  • Founder Letter: Giving Back and Moving Forward: How Disaster Relief is Changing Rehab Therapy for the Better Image

    articleDec 4, 2017 | 7 min. read

    Founder Letter: Giving Back and Moving Forward: How Disaster Relief is Changing Rehab Therapy for the Better

    ’Tis officially the holiday season—a time for sharing meals with friends and family, reflecting on the year that’s passed, and setting goals and intentions for positive change in the year ahead. For me, this season always feels ripe with possibility—like I can accomplish anything I set my mind (and heart) to. This year, I’m channeling those positive vibes into #RehabTherapistsGiveBack —the movement to help individuals, families, and communities impacted by the recent hurricanes and wildfires that devastated …

  • Ascend 2018 - Save the Date Image

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    Ascend 2018 - Save the Date

    Phoenix Convention Center
    Phoenix, AZ

    We had a blast in Washington, DC for Ascend 2017, but truth be told, we got a little homesick. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that in 2018, the ultimate business summit for rehab therapists will take place in our hometown: Phoenix, Arizona! So mark your calendars for September 27–29 and get ready for the biggest thing to hit the Old West since the steam locomotive. Haven’t been to Ascend yet? Check out what you’ve missed here …

  • Founder Letter: The Con Ed Conundrum: What's Wrong with PT CEUs Image

    articleNov 6, 2017 | 7 min. read

    Founder Letter: The Con Ed Conundrum: What's Wrong with PT CEUs

    Change is uncomfortable—however necessary it may be. And that uneasiness prevents many individuals and groups from seeking the kind of change that is vital to growth. This trend of paralysis is all too common in the physical therapy space, and in my mind, one glaring example of something desperately ripe for change is our lack of standardization—in terms of brand perception, patient experience, and clinical outcomes. And one way we can begin bridging that gap is to …

  • Regulatory Roundup: 6 Challenges Confronting Rehab Therapists in 2018 Image

    webinarOct 25, 2017

    Regulatory Roundup: 6 Challenges Confronting Rehab Therapists in 2018

    Back in the lawless days of the wild, wild west, people made up their own rules: agreements were made with handshakes and disputes were settled with barroom brawls. My, how times have changed. Nowadays, there are so many rules, it’s tough to keep ’em all straight. But, that’s not necessarily a bad thing—especially if you know the rules and how they affect your practice. If you get a handle on those things, then we reckon you’ll get …

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