If you’re an occupational therapist, assistant, or aide—or if you’re currently in OT school—you better grab some shades, because the future is bright. Not only does your profession rank ninth on the Best Jobs of 2014 list, but also it’s poised to grow by 12% by 2017. Check out this super cool infographic for more awesome facts and figures about the OT job market.


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  • The State of Rehab Therapy in 2017 Image

    webinarJun 5, 2017

    The State of Rehab Therapy in 2017

    WebPT recently conducted an industry survey of thousands of rehab therapy professionals across a wide variety of settings, specialties, and geographic regions. Our goal: To capture an accurate snapshot of the demographics, trends, frustrations, and motivations that shape our businesses, our future outlook, and our potential for success in this environment of change. In our July webinar, WebPT president and co-founder Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC/L, and WebPT CEO Nancy Ham will share and analyze the …

  • What's the Right Payer Mix for Your Practice? Image

    articleJul 17, 2018 | 6 min. read

    What's the Right Payer Mix for Your Practice?

    Insurance payments for healthcare services have been declining for a while now , which means providers in all disciplines are looking for ways to optimize their payer mix in order to maximize their revenue. If you haven’t yet calculated the cost of providing your services—and compared that number to the payments you’re receiving to ensure you’re actually making enough money to not only cover those costs, but also turn a profit—then you should. But the question remains: …

  • The Complete History of the New PT Payment System (PTCPS Special Report, Part 1) Image

    articleFeb 9, 2016 | 14 min. read

    The Complete History of the New PT Payment System (PTCPS Special Report, Part 1)

    If you’re a PT, then the numbers 97001, 97110, 97140, and 97530 probably are as deeply ingrained in your memory as the average person’s street address, phone number, or birthday. Well, what if I told you that in less than two years’ time, those numbers—and the CPT codes they represent—actually could become nothing more than a memory? If that sounds like crazy talk to you, then allow me to introduce you to the APTA’s proposed Physical Therapy …

  • Death to Denials: 4 Strategies for First-Pass Claim Payment Image

    articleMay 1, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Death to Denials: 4 Strategies for First-Pass Claim Payment

    Claim denials are the worst. You provide your patients with exceptional therapeutic intervention—and bill their insurance companies to recoup payment for those services—only to find out that the payer has no intention of actually doing any paying. Womp, womp. While you could—and should—implement a process to correct and rebill denied claims, wouldn’t it be even better to stop them from happening in the first place? After all, it costs providers an average of $25 to rework a …

  • Retention, Please: Why Patient Dropout is Killing Rehab Therapy Practices— and How to Stop It Image

    downloadApr 24, 2018

    Retention, Please: Why Patient Dropout is Killing Rehab Therapy Practices— and How to Stop It

    Patient health is the top priority for most rehab therapists—specifically, getting patients back to a level of health that allows them to do what they love. But, when patients say “sayonara” before they reach their therapy goals, they lose the opportunity to live their fullest lives. To make matters worse, the average rehab therapy practice will lose $150,000 annually due to patient dropout alone. Talk about a one-two punch to the gut. Here at WebPT, we believe …

  • 5 Fun Ways to Celebrate OT Month—and Maybe Win a T-Shirt! Image

    articleApr 11, 2016 | 3 min. read

    5 Fun Ways to Celebrate OT Month—and Maybe Win a T-Shirt!

    Since its inaugural launch in April of 1980, Occupational Therapy Month has given OTs a well-deserved cause to celebrate their profession. And this year, the AOTA has given up its tradition of selecting a celebratory theme to make way for an exciting new message. They’ve developed a branded concept that truly encompasses—and honors—what it means to be an OT: “Occupational Therapy: Living Life To Its Fullest®.” Now, we’re already two weeks into April—my, how time flies!—so you …

  • Pry Before You Buy: 10 Crucial Questions to Ask a Software Salesperson  Image

    articleFeb 16, 2017 | 6 min. read

    Pry Before You Buy: 10 Crucial Questions to Ask a Software Salesperson

    If your current EMR isn’t holding its own, you’re undoubtedly looking for one that will. But that’s not always an easy task. After all, there are plenty of EMRs on the market—but which one is right for you? To find out, you’ve got to not only shop around , but also ask the right questions when you do—questions like, “Is this EMR truly web-based?” And, “How does this vendor handle EMR security?” Only then will you be …

  • articleApr 11, 2013 | 1 min. read

    This Week in PT News, April 11

    Following the progress of Gaby Giffords on her path to recovery has been inspiring! The former Arizona congresswoman told CNN she spends her days doing occupational therapy and yoga, and she credits nurses and speech therapists with helping her every day. Read the full story here .  Texas PTs, patients, and advocates came together in support of direct access to physical therapy at a public hearing for HB 1039. Check out Allan Besselink's blog post for some …

  • Accounting Tips To Keep Your PT Business Running Smoothly Image

    articleJun 28, 2018 | 6 min. read

    Accounting Tips To Keep Your PT Business Running Smoothly

    Healthcare business owners tend to wear a number of different hats to keep their businesses going. Many have to learn to juggle patient satisfaction , employee performance , and overall clinic success. And while most PT providers focus heavily on the clinical side of things (i.e., providing top-notch patient care), they can’t continue helping patients if they don’t keep their finances in order. With that in mind, here are seven tips to help you overcome one of …

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