Learn best practices for marketing your services to referrers—thereby improving new patient volume and revenue.
Learn strategies for improving your online visibility and ultimately, driving more new patients to your practice.
Stay on top of the latest rehab therapy tips, trends, and best practices.
Track the right stats in your therapy organization to improve your business and boost your revenue stream.
WebPT’s compliance experts cover everything PTs, OTs, and SLPs need to know about MIPS and the 2019 Medicare Final Rule.
If receiving accurate reimbursements were a game, Medicare would certainly be one of the toughest opponents—and that’s especially true for rehab therapists. After all, the rules are constantly changing, and it seems like Medicare is always trying to sneak in a
If you’re a physical therapy practice owner, manager, or biller, then you’ve probably wished for a billing superhero at one point or another. After all, while the PT billing process seems fairly simple on paper—therapists provide services, submit the CPT codes for those services, and receive payment—any seasoned pro knows it’s anything but. Rejections, denials, and reimbursement delays are more common than any of us would prefer—and it’s not always easy to pinpoint where things went wrong. Luckily, we’re swooping in to save the day.
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.
Does price have a stranglehold on your PT practice’s bottom line? Learn how focusing on value can help you break free.
Eliminate patient dropout, improve clinical outcomes, and maximize revenue with these patient retention strategies.
If life is a highway, then it’s a wild, bumpy one. And while our patients want to ride it (all night long), with all those twists, turns, and potholes, they’re bound to get banged up.