• articleMar 14, 2013 | 4 min. read

    Get Your Life Back: Billing Best Practices for Rehab Therapists, Part 3

    Billing is one of the most important aspects of running a rehab therapy clinic, aside from patient care. But it can also be one of the most challenging, especially if you’re working with a billing process that doesn’t suit your clinic. The right billing method should streamline your workflow, increase your profitability, and free up some much needed bandwidth. Just think, what could you do with some extra time. With that in mind, we’re going to devote the next …

  • articleMar 13, 2013 | 2 min. read

    Get Your Life Back: Billing Best Practices for Rehab Therapists, Part 2

    Billing is one of the most important aspects of running a rehab therapy clinic, aside from  patient care. But it can also be one of the most challenging, especially if you’re working with a billing process that doesn’t suit your clinic. The right billing method should streamline your workflow, increase your profitability, and free up some much needed bandwidth. Just think, what could you do with some extra time. With that in mind, we’re going to devote the …

  • articleMar 12, 2013 | 1 min. read

    Get Your Life Back: Billing Best Practices for Rehab Therapists, Part I

    Billing is one of the most important aspects of running a rehab therapy clinic, aside from  patient care. But it can also be one of the most challenging, especially if you’re working with a billing process that doesn’t suit your clinic. The right billing method should streamline your workflow, increase your profitability, and free up some much needed bandwidth. Just think, what could you do with some extra time—see another patient, catch up with family and friends, maybe …

  • articleOct 11, 2012 | 4 min. read

    What Can Your EMR Do for You Beyond Documentation?

    Today’s blog post comes from copywriters Charlotte Bohnett and Erica Cohen. Earlier this week we tackled four reasons your practice should ditch paper documentation and go digital with Electronic Medical Records (EMR). At this point, you've either already made the switch or you’ve probably at least made up your mind to go digital soon. No matter what stage you’re in, we all know that EMR is an investment, and you might be wondering how to get the …

  • articleSep 25, 2012 | 4 min. read

    Increase Referrals Through Relationship Marketing

    Today's blog post comes from WebPT copywriters Charlotte Bohnett and Erica Cohen. Referrals = new business. And who doesn’t want a little more of that? But the key to boosting referrals isn’t throwing advertising dollars around. It’s about building lasting relationships, both with your patients and community physicians. And how do you do that? Position yourself as an expert, an educator, and most importantly, a person. In short, demonstrate your (and your profession’s) worth. Be Valuable Think …

  • articleApr 20, 2012 | 3 min. read

    Ideas from Employees Can Increase Revenue for Your Clinic

    For some of the best ideas to increase revenue in your clinic, look no further than your staff! That’s right one of the easiest ways to gather intimate data about your clinic is to ask the people who work for you. You might be thinking “If my staff sees an issue, they will bring it to my attention.” That may be true, if it’s a big enough issue, let’s hope that they say something. Given that your …

  • articleApr 18, 2012 | 4 min. read

    An Additional Source of Income for Private Practices: Nutrition Supplement Products

    Steve Messineo, PT, DPT and Owner of All-Access Physical Therapy Inc . contributed this blog post today. Steve (a WebPT Member) started this discussion about nutritional supplements in a Linkedin Group and we asked him to dive deeper in a blog post for the rest of us!  Steve has been practicing in an outpatient orthopedic setting since 1998. Thanks Steve for sharing your perspective.  Three years ago, my business partner and I decided it would be a …

  • articleApr 17, 2012 | 5 min. read

    Increasing Cash Flow with a Medically Oriented Gym, Part II

    Today we're glad to share Part II of our interview on starting a medically oriented gym with  Jonathan Di Lauri , MPT, CMP, TPI CGFI. Jon is the Owner of  JointCare Physical Therapy , a Head Therapist, and Golf Performance Expert. If you missed Part I of our interview you can get it here . Thanks again, Jon!  What about location? What type of space is needed? We have a 60,000 square foot gym across the street (it’s …

  • articleApr 12, 2012 | 4 min. read

    Increasing Cash Flow with a Medically Oriented Gym

    Today we're sharing Part I of our interview on starting a medically oriented gym with  Jonathan Di Lauri , MPT, CMP, TPI CGFI. Jon is the Owner of JointCare Physical Therapy , a Head Therapist, and Golf Performance Expert. Thanks to Jon for enthusiastically sharing his experience and advise with our readers! Why did you decide to start a medically oriented gym? It’s been 12 years in the making starting in an outpatient facility. I made several startling discoveries: …

  • articleApr 11, 2012 | 4 min. read

    Maximizing Your Clinic’s Revenue Stream

    This post was authored by WebPT Billing Specialist, Geoff Elledge . Thanks for sharing your wisdom Geoff!   There are many different ways to look at your clinic’s finances.  You can look at average revenue per patient visit, insurance payer mix, average referrals from physicians and on and on.   Let’s start with a few of the basic questions you should ask: much does it cost you to treat an average patient? How much does the insurance …

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