Whether you’re hiring the first member of your PT front office staff or the twenty-first, you want the best. After all, he or she will be responsible for making a great first impression to new patients, keeping your schedule filled, and starting the billing cycle on the right foot.
Is your relationship with billing complicated at best? I get it. Figuring out how to bill insurance companies for private practice physical therapy can seem daunting, especially in light of ever-changing regulations.
Delivering an A-plus patient experience is a PT clinic’s best marketing strategy. Here’s how to do it right.
So, you’re opening a brand new PT private practice—but is your billing process actually ready to handle patients?
Verifying patient insurance benefits can feel overwhelming—but you can actually accomplish it all in three easy steps!
Earlier this week, WebPT President and Co-Founder Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DT, ATC, teamed up with WebPT Vice President of Innovation and Product Management, Russell Olsen, to discuss the ten trackable metrics that can help you turbo-boost your practice past the competition.
Most of us went to physical therapy school to treat patients, not to spend our lives mired in stacks of paperwork. But that’s what physical therapy billing can feel like: endless mountains of forms, claims, and invoices. As much as we malign it, though, billing accurately for our services is crucial to keeping our clinic doors open so we can continue to treat those patients.
Here are six factors that clearly affect your physical therapy clinic’s cash flow and how to positively change them.
A positive patient experience is essential for instilling confidence and security in your patients—and for sustaining a healthy practice. When patients feel rushed, dismissed, or expendable, they’ll often drop out prematurely—and possibly seek care from a different PT (or move on to a whole other discipline). With that in mind, here are some of the common ways you’re subtly sabotaging the patient experience that you work so hard to create in your practice:
Here are the most frequently asked audience questions from our recent webinar exploring strategies for dealing with lack of patient progress toward therapy goals.