At this point, the majority of physical therapy clinics are using some type of software to document, schedule, and bill for patient treatment. Thanks to ever-increasing compliance regulations, paper had to go the way of the VHS, becoming nearly obsolete. When your practice switched from paper to software, it was a big change.
With new technology—and the help of the WebPT Marketplace—you can improve patient outcomes. Check out this blog post to learn more.
You wake up and check Facebook before you’ve even had your morning coffee. You scroll through Twitter on your lunch break. You peruse the discussions unfolding on your LinkedIn groups before you go to bed. Let’s face it: we’re addicted to social media. Of course, liking your friends’ vacation photos in your spare time is far different than enticing people to become patients at your practice. Ultimately, people interact differently with brands than they do with their “friends.” Still, everyone—from industry titans to local mom-and-pops—is doing it. But are they doing it right?
You’re doing a disservice to your business, your patients, and your profession by failing to have a website. Here’s why.
So, you survived Black Friday—and maybe even scored a sweet deal or two—but you’ve still got quite a few names left on your holiday shopping list. If one of them happens to be a physical therapist (or if you’re a PT looking for a cool gift to give to yourself)—and you’re racking your brain for gift ideas—then you’re in luck. Below, I’ve listed our top ten gift ideas for physical therapists. (Sorry, you’ll have to handle shopping for Great Aunt Miriam on your own.)
This week was the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation’s annual conference, Transform, and in the spirit of rethinking typical seminars, the Center live-streamed the conference—for free. While I would’ve loved to fly to Rochester, Minnesota, to attend the event in person, I must say that viewing the presentations from the comfort of my home and interacting with attendees and participants on Twitter was
In honor of this month’s rehab innovation theme, we’re featuring several new products and companies that are bridging the therapy and technology gap. These innovators are using technology to improve patient outcomes and experiences in therapy, and to us, it doesn’t get much better than that. First on our list was IKKOS. Next up: Sway.
This month, we here at WebPT are covering all things innovative in rehab therapy. Today, we’ve compiled four seriously cool developments in speech-language pathology. Whether you’re an SLP, OT, or PT, you’re going to love these, so keep on reading.
In honor of this month’s rehab innovation theme, we’re featuring several new products and companies that are bridging the therapy and technology gap. These innovators are using technology to improve patient outcomes and experiences in therapy, and to us, it doesn’t get much better than that. First up on our list: IKKOS.