As 2019 looms, we’ve been getting a lot of questions about Medicare’s Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)—specifically, whether or not all physical, occupational, and speech therapists need to report and, if there is a penalty, how to avoid it. These are both great questions—and luckily, fairly easy ones to answer.
Despite women taking on more rehab therapy leadership roles than ever before, men are still, overall, earning more money.
Here at WebPT, we’ve been busy analyzing the results of our second annual state of rehab therapy survey—and it turns out that the patient retention problem is even worse than we thought (and we thought it was pretty bad). According to our data, only about 10% of patients—one in ten—actually complete their entire course of care. And this is only the tip of a very problematic iceberg for our industry—because when we don’t retain our patients
In the current healthcare environment, physical therapists must get comfortable with the notion of selling themselves—specifically, their value.
Think you have your pick of new PT grads? Not necessarily. Here’s why.
Putting people first is the only way to achieve long-term success. It’s certainly been our priority at WebPT.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s to come in 2018 for physical, occupational, and speech therapists.
Founder Letter: Giving Back and Moving Forward: How Disaster Relief is Changing Rehab Therapy for the Better
What better way to celebrate this holiday season than by joining #RehabTherapistsGiveBack—the movement to help those impacted by the recent natural disasters?
To get the most out of CEUs, PTs first must get on the same page with respect to state con ed requirements.
Every rehab therapist—whether you practice in a full direct access state or not—should also be marketing directly to patients.
You’ve undoubtedly heard this sage piece of advice before: other people’s opinions of you seldom matter. But, as a physical therapist, I have to take that bit of wisdom with a grain of salt, because when it comes to your patients’ opinion, making a positive impression is crucial.