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What to Do When a Staff Physical Therapist Calls in Sick

With your updated sick leave policy—and the current hypervigilance around preventing the spread of illness—there’s a good chance that you may see more employees using their sick days over the next several months. And that’s a good thing. Whether you send home an employee who has the sniffles, one of your therapists calls out because he or she is keeping a child home from daycare, or someone on your staff needs to self-quarantine for the full 14 days

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Culture After Crisis: How Clinics Must Evolve to Support Employees in the Coming Months

“If you don’t reimagine your business post-COVID…you’re not paying attention. The world will change without you.” Rose Marcario, the CEO of Patagonia, shared this advice in a recent interview with LinkedIn News. As therapists and clinic owners begin to assess the future of their practices—especially now that clinics have begun to reopen—this sentiment couldn’t be more relevant.

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Communication: The Secret to Staying Viable in Uncertain Times

This is the third blog post in my series on working on your business, when you can’t work in your business. My intention is to help providers improve sustainability and efficiency within their practices, so they can come out of this pandemic with a renewed spirit and the ability to provide maximum benefits to patients.  

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Founder Letter: Making the Most of Our New Normal

It all happened in an instant—or at least it felt like an instant. One day, we were living our lives as normal—going about our work days, our family and social obligations, our routines. Then came news of the outbreak, the pandemic, the national emergency—all in such rapid-fire sequence that before we even had time to process it, we were reeling from the shock of having our lives turned upside down.

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How One PT Practice Owner Kept His Business Stable Through COVID-19

In this Q&A, Simon Hargus, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, the owner of First Settlement Physical Therapy (FSPT), explains how he is leading his organization through the COVID-19 pandemic. He covers FSPT’s approach to continuity planning, the steps the company is taking to stay financially stable through the current situation, and the changes he plans to implement in the future based on what he has learned over the last few weeks (including an increased focus on telehealth and cash-based services).

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