• articleApr 8, 2011 | 4 min. read

    Understanding the Meaningful Use of EMR in Your PT Practice

    The recent emphasis on healthcare has been contentious, but there are some good outcomes from the dialog. One of the biggest areas of evolution in how any medical practice runs is the move toward computerization of medical records. The automation of a PT practice documentation system fits in with those changes because the move toward networked and automated management of patient records is changing the physical therapy world in a very positive way. In terms of the …

  • articleApr 1, 2011 | 4 min. read

    Automating Your PT Practice Documentation is the Green thing to Do

    There are many costs that go into running a physical therapy (PT) practice that are above and beyond just the equipment and expertise needed to care for your patients. The costs of running an office, overhead and other supplies must be put into the budget. One of the biggest costs is the overhead of managing your PT practice documentation. That is a cost that is easy to lose control over, especially if you have mountains of paperwork …

  • articleMar 16, 2011 | 4 min. read

    Containing Your PT Practice Costs Through Automation

    You no doubt have a statement of purpose or mission statement that you put together when you started your own PT practice. This kind of statement is valuable to keep you focused on the mission of your organization. Without a doubt, the primary mission of your practice is to be of service to your patients, to provide relief for their pain and suffering and to promote wellness. There is a secondary mission statement that may not rank …

  • articleFeb 26, 2011 | 3 min. read

    Automating Physical Therapy Practice Management Documentation

    Efficiency Gains From Automating Your PT Practice Management Documentation  It was not that long ago that a fully automated electronic medical record management system was something only very large healthcare institutions could afford. That meant that any medium- to small-sized physical therapy practice was left with the antiquated method of keeping track of patient and billing documentation using file folders, paper forms and rows and rows of file cabinets. Thankfully, we are entering a time when PT …

  • webinarFeb 4, 2011

    How will the iPad impact your PT Clinic?

    Using the Apple iPad can be used to improve productivity in your PT clinic. What are the current/latest mobile tablet technologies and how can I use them in my clinic? This webinar was led by WebPT Expert, Michael Manheimer, joined by WebPT Co-Founder Heidi Jannenga, PT. Webinar attendees will learn: Practical uses for iPad in your clinic Benefits of anytime, anywhere access to your EMR How the iPad is different than your computer Tips and tricks for …

  • articleJan 31, 2011 | 4 min. read

    Apple iPad FAQ for PTs

    Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar last week on "iPad use for the Physical Therapists." For those of you who couldn’t attend the webinar, we will be posting a recorded version of the presentation on our website in the near future. Each of the sessions we hosted for the webinar ended with a 15 minute Q&A period. This gave us at WebPT some valuable insight into the concerns of the modern physical therapy clinic. We …

  • articleJan 31, 2011 | 4 min. read

    iPad Alternatives - Mobile Tablet Technologies for Physical Therapists

    The iPad has so far dominated the conversation in the healthcare world when it comes to mobile technology, but there are a few shortcomings being pointed out by medical professionals. Most of these shortcomings can be circumvented through planning and consideration, but these things may be opening the door for other technology providers to make their way into the medical world. For instance, if you are still using a desktop application in your clinic process, it simply …

  • articleJan 25, 2011 | 3 min. read

    iPad Buying Guide for PTs: 3G or not 3G?

    Thinking about getting an Apple iPad to do your documentation in the clinic? There are a few important things to consider before investing your hard earned money in an iPad,  especially with clinical use in mind. We all know that the iPad does not come cheap, so to prevent any buyer's remorse we have created this buying guide to make sure you get the iPad that is right for you in the clinic.  Following this guide will …

  • articleJan 12, 2011 | 3 min. read

    How Can the iPad Help PTs?

    As we start a new year and a new decade, many of us want to start fresh with something that can improve our lives. 2011 has the potential for some game changing technological innovations in healthcare. In April 2010, Apple released the iPad , which has taken the world by storm. More importantly it has given healthcare professionals mobility, easy access to web-based EMR , real time data access and a more interactive method of patient education. …

  • articleJan 11, 2011 | 4 min. read

    Motion Doctor Develops iPad app designed for Physical Therapy home exercise instruction

    The new iPad app includes over 60 videos categorized by body part, activity, sport and occupation. The videos are designed to help everyday people maintain their health and mobility, pain free. The Motion Doctor iPad app can also be used by Physical Therapists as a reference tool, showing patients how to properly perform exercises at home by taking the iPad anywhere they may go and watching the videos on demand. Wellington, Florida – Conshohocken Physical Therapy, Inc. …

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