Many PTs are burned out, cash-strapped, and fed up. Here’s what that means for the future of the profession.
Despite women taking on more rehab therapy leadership roles than ever before, men are still, overall, earning more money.
How one PT business owner grew her practice to multiple locations in under three years—and what she learned in the process.
The rising cost of a PT education is worrisome for providers and patients alike. Here’s why.
We physical therapists pride ourselves on being able to truly impact our patients’ lives. There’s really no better feeling than helping a patient reduce his or her pain and increase his or her independence. But, as most of us know, there are always those few patients who fall off the radar, bailing on therapy for good before they meet their goals.
Earlier this week, WebPT President Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC/L, and guest host Tannus Quatre, PT, MBA, hosted a webinar designed to help physical therapists learn the art of discovering—and selling—their value. While PTs have historically shied away from sales, in today’s evolving healthcare ecosystem, it’s absolutely imperative that all providers—and especially specialists such as rehab therapists—excel at positioning the benefits of their services in such a way that resonates with patients, payers, and referral sources.
If your staff is feeling overworked and overwhelmed, then it’s high-time to make a change—and that change may very well entail adding to your headcount (and your payroll). But, a smart practice—and a smart leader—will want to maximize those dollars by making the right hire.
Everything you need to know to better understand how patients use online reviews—and how that use affects patient retention.