When done right, email can be your secret weapon for getting more patients, retaining them longer, and re-engaging them post-discharge.
The therapy practices that will be successful and profitable in the current healthcare environment are the ones that expand their revenue potential beyond third-party payments
While you can’t force your patients to adhere to their plans of care, there are ways to maximize your efforts.
If you’re relying on old-school metrics to assess therapist performance, it’s probably time for an employee review reboot.
It’s official; we’ve closed out 2018 and are stepping into a brand-new year. While I don’t recommend saving up those important intentions and resolutions for the kick-off of a new year, it does represent a potent time to release the things that no longer serve us—and embrace more of what does. In the past, I’ve used this occasion to put out some predictions for the year to come—and I’ve done that again here—but right now,
There’s a lot of confusion around whether PTs can bill for assessment and management time. The short answer is “yes,” PTs can—and should—account for assessment and management time in their billing and documentation. Yet, as it stands, many PTs don’t. And that’s a shame—because in failing to do so, they are not only leaving money on the table, but also seriously undervaluing their services.
Many PTs are burned out, cash-strapped, and fed up. Here’s what that means for the future of the profession.