• The 7 Deadly Sins of PT Billing Image

    webinarMar 30, 2015

    The 7 Deadly Sins of PT Billing

    Billing for physical therapy services is tricky, time-consuming, and riddled with ever-evolving rules—which means mistakes are bound to happen. But how many mistakes are you truly making? The occasional oops is one thing, but what if you’re unknowingly flubbing up left and right? That’s a scary thought. Even scarier: you could be flubbing on purpose, because “everyone’s doing it.” Whether accidental or intentional, actions have consequences, and when it comes to billing for the services you provide, …

  • How to Take Over the Internet: 5 Simple Strategies to Win More Patients Image

    webinarFeb 27, 2015

    How to Take Over the Internet: 5 Simple Strategies to Win More Patients

    Nowadays, everyone is looking for a way to “go viral” online. But with all that go-big-or-go-home hype, it’s easy to get intimidated—and that leaves many small business owners wondering if they have the time, resources, or wherewithal to even make a dent in the Internet, let alone break it.  Don’t get stuck in the muck and mire of cliché goals; you don’t have to hit a million views to make a big impact online. As a private …

  • The PT’s 2015 ICD-10 Checklist  Image

    webinarFeb 24, 2015

    The PT’s 2015 ICD-10 Checklist

    The ICD-10 switch is upon us—October 1, 2015, to be exact—and you only have about seven months to finalize all of your clinic’s preparations. Feel your brow beading with stress sweat? Instead of fretting, tune in to this must-watch webinar. Hosts Heidi Jannenga and Mike Manheimer will outline everything you and your practice need to do to be ICD-10-ready before the clock runs out. In this session, you’ll learn how to: Assess current clinic diagnosis coding processes …

  • The PT’s Playbook: 5 Key Plays to Win in 2015 Image

    webinarJan 27, 2015

    The PT’s Playbook: 5 Key Plays to Win in 2015

    The new year brings new challenges—and opportunities. To win big in 2015, you’ve got to know where and when to act. In this webinar, hosts Mike Manheimer and Heidi Jannenga will identify the five biggest trends taking hold of the PT industry this year—and what you can do to capitalize on these conditions. That way, you not only survive the wave of change, but thrive. In this session, you’ll learn how to: Better track performance and negotiate …

  • PQRS 2015 Survival Guide Image

    webinarOct 31, 2014

    PQRS 2015 Survival Guide

    ’Tis the season. No, we’re not talking about hectic holiday shopping. This is a whole other bag of chaos. That’s right: PQRS. This will be our fifth year providing rehab therapists with PQRS education and reporting services, and thanks to Medicare’s ever-changing regulations, staying PQRS compliant hasn’t gotten much easier over the years. But we’re determined to change all that. Join us for this month’s webinar and learn how to make PQRS far less difficult than finding …

  • Everything You Need to Know About Direct Access in 45 Minutes Image

    webinarOct 30, 2014

    Everything You Need to Know About Direct Access in 45 Minutes

    Direct access has become somewhat of a buzzword in the PT industry. But what, exactly, does it mean—and more importantly, as a physical therapist, why should you care? (Hint: It has to do with driving more patients through your doors and more dollars to your bank account.) Join WebPT founder and COO Heidi Jannenga and marketing director Mike Manheimer as they provide a direct access 101 for PTs. In addition to detailing how your staff and front …

  • Social Media for PTs: Is it Worth it? Image

    webinarSep 30, 2014

    Social Media for PTs: Is it Worth it?

    You wake up and check Facebook before you’ve even had your morning coffee. You scroll through Twitter on your lunch break. You peruse the discussions unfolding on your LinkedIn groups before you go to bed. Let’s face it: we’re addicted to social media. Of course, liking your friends’ vacation photos in your spare time is far different than enticing people to become patients at your practice. Ultimately, people interact differently with brands than they do with their …

  • Are Your Patients Really Satisfied? Five Metrics to Find Out. Image

    webinarAug 26, 2014

    Are Your Patients Really Satisfied? Five Metrics to Find Out.

    The patient experience starts long before a patient walks through your doors and continues long after he or she completes therapy. With such a lengthy and involved process, how do you know your practice is crafting the best possible overall experience—one that’s high-quality, consistent, and memorable? That’s where metrics come in. They’re not just for finances or marketing. In fact, there are key metrics linked to every step of the patient experience—ones you can monitor and leverage …

  • Stop the Denials! How to Report G-Codes so You Get Paid. Image

    webinarJul 25, 2014

    Stop the Denials! How to Report G-Codes so You Get Paid.

    It’s been more than a year since Medicare’s functional limitation reporting (FLR) mandate went into effect. You’d think everything would be hunky-dory by now. Unfortunately, though, rehab therapists have been forced to navigate more than a few hiccups and glitches—many of which cause claim denials. Exasperating? Certainly. Insurmountable? No way, José! Join WebPT founder and COO Heidi Jannenga and PT compliance expert Rick Gawenda of Gawenda Seminars as they tackle Medicare’s many FLR curveballs. In addition to …

  • The Modifier Open Forum Image

    webinarJun 27, 2014

    The Modifier Open Forum

    Not sure when to apply modifier 59? Wondering why you have to use the KX modifier? Let’s face it: modifiers can get pretty confusing. There are a lot of rules to keep straight—and most of them are anything but cut-and-dried. That’s why we focused this month’s webinar on all things modifiers. WebPT founder Heidi Jannenga, PT, teamed up with compliance expert Tom Ambury to host an open forum. They devoted the first half of the webinar to …

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