• The State of Rehab Therapy in 2017 Image

    webinarJun 5, 2017

    The State of Rehab Therapy in 2017

    WebPT recently conducted an industry survey of thousands of rehab therapy professionals across a wide variety of settings, specialties, and geographic regions. Our goal: To capture an accurate snapshot of the demographics, trends, frustrations, and motivations that shape our businesses, our future outlook, and our potential for success in this environment of change. In our July webinar, WebPT president and co-founder Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC/L, and WebPT CEO Nancy Ham will share and analyze the …

  • Down with Denials! 5 Claim Fixes to Make Sure Your PT Clinic Gets Paid Image

    webinarApr 19, 2017

    Down with Denials! 5 Claim Fixes to Make Sure Your PT Clinic Gets Paid

    One denied claim might not sound off your billing alarm bells—but in reality, it should. That’s because—as with faulty plumbing—one leak often indicates a much larger issue. And all too often, rehab therapy practices fail to act quickly enough—and soon find themselves wading in a flood of lost revenue. But there are simple, proven, and affordable ways to not only plug your billing holes, but also reinforce your whole system so you’re less likely to bust a …

  • Suppressing Sticker Shock: How to Handle Your Patients’ High-Deductible Health Plans Image

    webinarFeb 23, 2017

    Suppressing Sticker Shock: How to Handle Your Patients’ High-Deductible Health Plans

    Copayments, coinsurances, unresolved balances—oh my! Any one of these can cause headaches for healthcare providers, but as healthcare reform efforts shift more and more financial burden to insurance beneficiaries, today’s practitioners are increasingly facing all three. And these challenges are not only hurting their patient acquisition and retention rates, but also their bottom lines. Tired of spending time verifying benefits only to lose those patients to copay sticker shock? Stuck in a constant cycle of pursuing past-due …

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Reform: 5 Key Healthcare Forecasts for 2017 Image

    webinarJan 5, 2017

    Cloudy with a Chance of Reform: 5 Key Healthcare Forecasts for 2017

    Predicting the weather is tough—just ask any meteorologist who has called for sun on the day of a major downpour. Well, predicting the fate of the US healthcare system isn’t much easier—there’s a lot up in the air, after all. But, even without a healthcare equivalent of Doppler Radar, there are a few key trends that are sure to have a major impact on PTs, OTs, and SLPs in 2017 and beyond. And to keep your practice …

  • New Year, New Codes: How to Bill for PT and OT Evaluations in 2017 Image

    webinarOct 27, 2016

    New Year, New Codes: How to Bill for PT and OT Evaluations in 2017

    As we prepare to ring in the new year, PTs and OTs also must prepare to ring in a new set of CPT codes for therapy evaluations and re-evaluations. That’s right—the ball isn’t the only thing dropping on January 1, 2017. On that day, all of the existing PT and OT evaluative codes—including 97001, 97002, 97003, and 97004—are fading into the annals of history. In their place will be eight new codes: three for PT evals, three …

  • 9 Most Common Medicare Misconceptions for PTs, OTs, and SLPs Image

    webinarSep 8, 2016

    9 Most Common Medicare Misconceptions for PTs, OTs, and SLPs

    To say that Medicare regulations are confusing is an understatement. But, it’s not just the barely-readable government gobbledygook that throws providers for a loop; it’s also the fact that the rules are always changing. If you treat Medicare patients, we’re willing to bet you’ve been tripped up by at least one of these common misconceptions—maybe without even knowing it. And that could leave a nasty bruise on your practice’s bottom line—especially if you ever find yourself at …

  • Breaking Bad Habits: The Modern PT’s Formula for Success Image

    webinarJun 7, 2016

    Breaking Bad Habits: The Modern PT’s Formula for Success

    Since the dawn of rehab therapy, PTs have been operating in a system of restriction. In some cases, that’s a good thing—after all, therapists pride themselves in treating and healing their patients within the confines of evidence-based practice. But in many ways, the traditional system is broken—and that’s only growing more apparent as we enter a new age of health care: the era of value-based care delivery. For too long, rehab therapists have left it up to …

  • PT Billing Secrets: 5 Things Payers Don’t Want You to Know Image

    webinarApr 1, 2016

    PT Billing Secrets: 5 Things Payers Don’t Want You to Know

    You’ve probably heard the saying, “Don’t hate the player; hate the game.” It’s a go-to hip-hop lyric, but its relevance isn’t limited to rap artists. The same holds true when it comes to insurance companies. Sure, payment rates for physical therapy services are on the decline, but the payer isn’t necessarily the problem. After all, in health care—as in any business—cutting costs is the name of the game. And in an effort to bolster their bottom lines, …

  • Is PT Valuable? Why Outcomes Data is the Proof We Need Image

    webinarFeb 3, 2016

    Is PT Valuable? Why Outcomes Data is the Proof We Need

    In this day and age, it seems like everybody wants more for less—and that’s certainly true in the healthcare realm. With nationwide reform efforts pushing providers to deliver higher-quality care at a lower cost, value—and the ability to prove it—is absolutely critical. Most rehab therapists will tell you the services they provide are more valuable than anyone knows. And that’s precisely the problem. No one knows the value of physical and occupational therapy. But outcomes tracking can …

  • Can You Hear Me Now? The Physical Therapist's Guide to Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work Image

    webinarJan 5, 2016

    Can You Hear Me Now? The Physical Therapist's Guide to Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

    Feedback: everyone wants it. Professional feedback, in particular, helps us become better employees, managers, peers, and providers. It’s mission-critical when it comes to improving patient care and exceeding business objectives. Why, then, are we rarely getting the feedback we need or giving others the feedback they deserve? And when we do deliver feedback, why doesn’t it always have the desired effect? On January 26, Dr. Heidi Jannenga will team up with special guest and renowned leadership coach …

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