• Founder Letter: Bubble Trouble: Why Mounting Student Debt is PT's Greatest Financial Threat Image

    articleJul 2, 2018 | 9 min. read

    Founder Letter: Bubble Trouble: Why Mounting Student Debt is PT's Greatest Financial Threat

    In 2008, the United States faced the largest and most devastating financial crisis since the Great Depression: as major banks handed out loans left and right to high-risk lenders—and hid massive interest spikes in the fineprint—many borrowers struggled to make regular mortgage payments, especially when faced with unforeseeable financial setbacks. In the midst of rising property values during the ’90s and ’00s, this worked out favorably for banks—for a while, anyway. But with so many borrowers unable …

  • The State of Rehab Therapy in 2018 Image

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    The State of Rehab Therapy in 2018

    To say that the healthcare industry is complex would be an understatement. While the advent of technology has made care more precise, efficient, and collaborative than ever before, it has also put greater pressure on providers to deliver high-value care at scale. After all, big data makes it possible to not only develop the most effective, evidence-based best practices for individual diagnoses, but also form evidence-based strategies for managing the health of populations. In the spirit of …

  • 4 Reasons Your Staff Therapists are Unmotivated Image

    articleJun 7, 2018 | 5 min. read

    4 Reasons Your Staff Therapists are Unmotivated

    Treating patients is equal parts challenging and rewarding, which is one of the reasons physical therapy is such a fulfilling profession . But if you’re noticing that your therapists’ motivation is lagging a bit, it’s important to understand why. Here are four reasons why physical therapists’ motivation can decrease, as well as steps you can take to make things better.   Their compensation is based solely on productivity. The Problem Nobody likes being reduced to a billing …

  • The State of Rehab Therapy in 2018 Image

    webinarJun 1, 2018

    The State of Rehab Therapy in 2018

    Falling reimbursements. Skyrocketing insurance premiums and copays. Crippling student loan debt. As a PT, OT, or SLP, sometimes it feels like it’s you against the world. After all, the challenges you face on a daily basis are many and complex. But, you’re not alone. In fact, we recently surveyed nearly 7,000 rehab therapy professionals on everything from payment rates and clinic budgets to education costs and salary, and we found some pretty strong—and surprising—trends.

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  • 4 Surprising Factors Potential PT Hires Want in a Job Image

    articleApr 25, 2018 | 5 min. read

    4 Surprising Factors Potential PT Hires Want in a Job

    When you’re looking to hire a new physical therapist, you clearly want to find the best one possible: someone who is competent, committed to lifelong learning, conscientious, and caring. During the the search process, you probably pore over average salaries in your area , doing everything you can to ensure you’re providing a competitive payment and benefit package . After all, most PTs want the best possible compensation, right? Well, that’s partially true. With the cost of …

  • Founder Letter: Culture, Compensation, and Career: The Elements of a Competitive PT Hiring Package Image

    articleApr 4, 2018 | 11 min. read

    Founder Letter: Culture, Compensation, and Career: The Elements of a Competitive PT Hiring Package

    There’s never been a better time to be a physical therapist: there’s a large population of aging—yet active—baby boomers, direct access is now the law of the land in all 50 states, and the healthcare system at large is moving toward a value-based care paradigm that prioritizes the delivery of safe, cost-effective treatment. At the same time, this year’s class of new PT graduates is on pace to be larger than ever, with as many as 10,600 …

  • 7 Tips for Per Diem PTs Image

    articleOct 13, 2017 | 10 min. read

    7 Tips for Per Diem PTs

    I always assumed I’d work a full-time job until the day I retired. I had never even heard of per diem employment, much less considered it as an option for myself. Then, three years into physical therapy practice, I found myself at a crossroads. I had been working two part-time jobs at small outpatient orthopedic clinics, feeling a bit overwhelmed by both, and longing to get back to a hospital environment . A former classmate of mine …

  • The Practice Manager's Guide to Staff Salary Negotiations Image

    articleJun 9, 2017 | 7 min. read

    The Practice Manager's Guide to Staff Salary Negotiations

    Oh, the negotiation table. No matter which side of that table you happen to be sitting on, negotiating can be a nerve-wracking, sweat-inducing, anxiety-provoking experience. But it certainly doesn’t have to be, especially when you go into a negotiation understanding that you and your current or potential employee aren’t adversaries duking it out for a win, but rather two people—on the same team—working together to reach a mutually beneficial outcome. In other words, when your goal is …

  • Four Things You Need to Know About PT Salary Image

    articleApr 1, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Four Things You Need to Know About PT Salary

    You probably didn’t get into the therapy business to become rich. You did it because you enjoy helping and healing people—and that’s the way it should be. But even if money isn’t your main motivation, it should still be somewhere on your radar. So, here are a few things to keep in mind as you contemplate compensation. 1. Experience matters. As with most professions, salaries for physical therapists vary widely based on a therapist’s number of years …

  • 5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle Image

    articleSep 29, 2016 | 7 min. read

    5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle

    Life as a traveling therapist has numerous perks: the freedom to live in various places across the country, multiple clinic settings to choose from, and of course, higher pay. But the most exciting benefit is the ability to take full control over your career and design the work-life balance you’ve always hoped for. Over the last few years, my wife and I (both therapists) have made it our goal to live in places others only visit on …

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