This post comes from Ascend 2019 speaker Paul Martin, the president of Martin Healthcare Advisors. Want to see Paul speak about rehab therapy business and leadership strategy during a live interactive session? Register for Ascend here. Curious about the rest of the speaker lineup? Check it out here.
Rehab therapy market consolidation is a hot topic that’s only gotten hotter over the last few years. But when large companies start to absorb your local competition faster than you can blink, that hot topic suddenly becomes uncomfortably close—and you may feel pressured to consider a voluntary sale before you’re swallowed up by the flames.
Direct access to physical therapy care is transforming hospital acute care settings—or at least beginning to.
Matt Kraemer of Banner Health discusses how—and why—his hospital leverages physical therapy services.
Pay-for-performance has emerged as a front-runner in the race to drive down healthcare costs while raising the quality of care. But what, exactly, does this buzz term mean?
Check out this WebPT blog post to find out if starting, partnering, or buying a PT clinic is right for you.
The start of a new year typically inspires resolutions, and you want to make it the year you tackle that list of things you’ve always talked about doing—joining a gym (and actually going), watching less TV, spending more time with loved ones, or finally taking that trip to Europe. If your list includes selling your physical therapy practice—or if you’re just starting to consider it—you’ve got a lot to think about.
During PPS 2014 in Colorado Springs, the industry’s heaviest hitters—now backed by private equity dollars—strolled about the trade show floor, introducing themselves to clinic owners and negotiating acquisition deals right then and there. This anecdote provides a mere glimpse into a trend sweeping the healthcare industry: consolidation.