• How to Quickly Move on When Separating from Your EMR Image

    articleDec 15, 2016 | 4 min. read

    How to Quickly Move on When Separating from Your EMR

    Breaking up with your partner in crime—er, EMR—around the holidays can instill in you feelings of loneliness, anger, and doubt as you look ahead to the new year. But like any broken relationship, there’s no use in justifying to yourself—and others—why things might turn around for the better. After all, you know your EMR’s general lack of support—she blamed you for workflow inefficiencies—is something that can’t be fixed overnight. With the new year fast approaching, sometimes change …

  • Functional Limitation Reporting Refresher Image

    articleDec 12, 2016 | 4 min. read

    Functional Limitation Reporting Refresher

    The rehab therapy industry is abuzz with PQRS talk right now. In case you missed it: PQRS as it exists today is dunzo . In 2017, it’ll be replaced with the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System , or MIPS. Unfortunately, though—and yes, it is unfortunate —PTs, OTs, and SLPs are not required to complete MIPS reporting until 2019. (And the jury is still out as to whether they’ll be able to voluntarily participate before then.) All outpatient rehab …

  • FOP Hacks: How to Maximize Your Use of the WebPT Scheduler Image

    articleDec 8, 2016 | 5 min. read

    FOP Hacks: How to Maximize Your Use of the WebPT Scheduler

    WebPT’s intuitive EMR can help you cover all your clinical and logistical bases. But, to get the most bang for your buck, you and your staff should be using the application to its full potential. On that note, even the experts among us could benefit from a brief reminder course in Front Office 101 to get their practices running a little smoother. With that, here are five hacks to make your life a little easier when using …

  • 4 MIPS and MACRA Must-Knows for PTs, OTs, and SLPs Image

    articleNov 17, 2016 | 7 min. read

    4 MIPS and MACRA Must-Knows for PTs, OTs, and SLPs

    The holiday season is right around the corner, and while this time of year is always ripe for celebration—and rightfully so—the elimination of PQRS doesn’t mean you should bust out the confetti and noisemakers just yet. Wait, therapists no longer have to report PQRS data to Medicare—and that’s a bad thing? While that stand-alone decision may give you all the holiday feels , it should also give you pause: the truth is that because rehab therapists are …

  • Last Legs: The Compliance Vulnerabilities of Dead or Dying Software Image

    articleOct 24, 2016 | 5 min. read

    Last Legs: The Compliance Vulnerabilities of Dead or Dying Software

    Rusty mechanical equipment. Creaky carnival rides. Wobbly chairs. People are naturally skeptical of things that are dilapidated, rundown, or slipshod—and with good reason. After all, that which is ramshackle usually isn’t reliable. Now, imagine it’s the physical therapy software you use everyday to run your rehab therapy practice that’s gone derelict. Take PTOS EMR, for example , because if you didn’t know, this therapy office software is going out of business, and it has ceased all updates …

  • 10 Signs Your Current Physical Therapy Software is Bad for Business Image

    downloadSep 26, 2016

    10 Signs Your Current Physical Therapy Software is Bad for Business

    Whether you’re starting your private practice or leading a national organization, bad-for-business software systems can wreak havoc on your clinic—negatively impacting everything from productivity and revenue collection to patient satisfaction and employee morale. With that in mind, isn’t it time to take a cold, hard look at your so-called solution?  Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.

  • The PT’s Guide to Software Implementation and Training Image

    downloadSep 26, 2016

    The PT’s Guide to Software Implementation and Training

    With the right processes in place, you’ll be able to have your cake and eat it, too—and by that, we mean have your perfect physical therapy software and a seamless implementation process. Yup, that even includes training. In this guide, we’ll outline four big steps—and a lot of little ones—that will help you ensure a smooth swap. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.  

  • Physical Therapy Software Buyer’s Guide Image

    downloadSep 26, 2016

    Physical Therapy Software Buyer’s Guide

    In this guide, you’ll learn how to identify the system requirements that are paramount to your clinic’s success; which crucial questions to pose to potential vendors to suss out their products’ potential; and how to obtain buy-in about the transition from internal stakeholders. In short, it’s everything you need to find a solution that’s worthy of you—and your practice. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.

  • The Physical Therapist's Guide to Contract Negotiation Image

    downloadSep 15, 2016

    The Physical Therapist's Guide to Contract Negotiation

    As a PT, you put your heart and soul into your work. So, it’s only fair that you get paid what you deserve. Unfortunately, payers don’t often see it that way, which means that in order to get what you want out of your private payer contracts, you’ve got to negotiate. And to do so successfully, you need to know how to play ball. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.

  • So Long to Silos: Why Health Systems Must Embrace Interoperability Now Image

    articleSep 9, 2016 | 5 min. read

    So Long to Silos: Why Health Systems Must Embrace Interoperability Now

    Rome wasn’t built in a day—and interoperability across all health data systems won’t be achieved overnight. In fact, we’ve been paving the road to complete connectivity for several years now , and there’s still no definitive end in sight. But now, more than ever, the companies providing those systems have some serious incentive to hasten the pace of their construction efforts: I’m talking about the nationwide push toward value-based, patient-centered care delivery . After all, to succeed …

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