There are now three levels of complexity for PT and OT evaluations. Which one should you pick?
How commoditization is keeping PTs down—and what they must do to rise up.
When hospitals force their outpatient rehab therapy providers to use their EHR systems, they increase risk, drive costs, and negatively affect patient care.
In January, we hosted a webinar focused on the importance of outcomes tracking in physical therapy. In addition to explaining why it’s absolutely critical that therapists collect objective data on patient progress, we highlighted a few of the reports available in WebPT Outcomes. With the move to a value-based payment environment already in full swing, outcomes tracking is a hot topic in the physical therapy space, and that meant lots of thoughtful question from our webinar audience.
How tracking outcomes data can ensure your rehab therapy practice is delivering value—and thus makes the cut in this new era of healthcare.
We here at WebPT have been beating the value-based payment drum for a while now. After all, the signs are clear that we’re swiftly moving away from a fee-for-service payment environment in favor of one that is primarily based on value. And we’re not the only ones who see the writing on the proverbial wall: according to the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), “How well organizations can apply evidence-based best practices, imp