PTs: Consider this your alarm, because it’s time to wake up.
We compiled an FAQ that answers rehab therapists’ most pressing questions about MIPS and the 2019 final rule.
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
Want to incentivize your staff therapists to deliver high-quality care? Here’s how.
In the current healthcare environment, physical therapists must get comfortable with the notion of selling themselves—specifically, their value.
If you rely on satisfaction surveys to gauge patient happiness in your practice, you could be doing more harm than good.
Here are the most frequently asked audience questions from our recent webinar exploring strategies for dealing with lack of patient progress toward therapy goals.
From diversity issues to payment problems, here’s what’s really going on in PT—and what we must do about it.
When it comes to your patients, it’s imperative that you have the right conversations—at the right times—to keep them informed, engaged, and happy.
Things aren’t always as they appear, and that’s certainly true when it comes to measuring the success of rehab therapy treatment. As any therapist knows, if you make decisions based on observational data alone, determining whether or not your treatment is making a difference can prove difficult.
As I pulled my scarf high up over my wind-chapped cheeks, dodged a car that nearly hit me as I made my way across the crosswalk, and heard the L train rattle the platform above my head, it wasn’t hard to imagine the likes of Al Capone or John Dillinger leading police on a wild goose chase through downtown Chicago.