Networking, welcome parties, and complimentary food (and drink tickets) are nice, but conferences can run a pretty penny—anywhere from $100 to upwards of $1500 per attendee, depending on the size of the event and the caliber of the speakers. Before shelling out any of your hard-earned money to attend or sponsor an event of this kind, you’ll need to make sure it’s worth the investment of your time and money.
Learn how to write collections letters for overdue patient accounts and download two free templates.
Nobody likes demanding money from people, but you absolutely must collect patient copays. Here’s how to beat your collection anxiety.
As a physical therapist, you have to jump through commercial insurance hoops and keep up with Medicare’s ever-changing regulations—all while dealing with the pain of falling reimbursement rates. But what if you could expand your practice offerings to generate more cash in the present and potentially ditch commercial insurances in the future?
The phrase “revenue metrics” might conjure up images of highrise boardrooms, laser pointers, and Powerpoint slideshows with graphs galore. But these financial data points aren’t just for corporate bigwigs; every business person—including physical therapy private practice owners—should not only know what these figures are, but also pay attention to them.
WebPT Founder Heidi Jannenga, PT, explains why business metrics are so crucial to the health of your practice.
Want to make a strong case for increasing your reimbursement rates? Here’s how to successfully negotiate contracts with private payers.
In today’s PT reimbursement landscape, every dollar counts. Here’s how to get the most out of your private payer contracts.