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  • Fortune Favors Data: Lessons Learned About Outcomes at Ascend 2015 Image

    articleSep 21, 2015 | 7 min. read

    Fortune Favors Data: Lessons Learned About Outcomes at Ascend 2015

    Carl Sandberg’s 1914 poem “ Chicago ” spawned one of the city’s most popular nicknames: the City of Big Shoulders. The moniker proudly implies that Chicagoans are work horses—always carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders. They’re the toilers, the builders, and the difference-makers. By that definition, rehab therapy is certainly the Profession of Big Shoulders. Thus, it makes sense that this year’s Ascend 2015 took place in the heart of Chicagoland. And as the …

  • Data—Do It; Do It Now: Key Takeaways from Ascend 2015 Image

    articleSep 22, 2015 | 5 min. read

    Data—Do It; Do It Now: Key Takeaways from Ascend 2015

    Ben Franklin once said that “diligence is the mother of good luck.” That may have worked in the days of our founding fathers, but today, in our vastly more complicated world, diligence doesn’t quite cut it. One thing that can certainly up the good-fortune factor, though? Data. In yesterday’s Ascend 2015 recap post , I explained why data is inherently linked to the future of rehab therapy. Specifically, I detailed how many speakers at this past weekend’s …

  • Think Big, Think Differently: 6 Bits of Inspiration from Ascend 2017 Image

    articleOct 5, 2017 | 11 min. read

    Think Big, Think Differently: 6 Bits of Inspiration from Ascend 2017

    The overarching theme of Ascend 2017 —the fourth-annual installment of rehab therapy’s premier business summit—was, quite simply, “Think big.” But, based on what we learned from our esteemed group of speakers over the course of two inspiration-filled days in Washington, DC, a more accurate tagline for this year’s conference might have been, “Think differently.” After all, in a field as complex as health care, grand aspirations are not enough. To solve the problems plaguing this industry, we …

  • Knock Out Patient Dropout: 8 Ways to Increase Retention and Revenue Image

    webinarFeb 12, 2018

    Knock Out Patient Dropout: 8 Ways to Increase Retention and Revenue

    In one corner, we have a highly skilled rehab therapy provider known for delivering amazing clinical outcomes through noninvasive, movement-based treatment. And in the other corner, we have a discouraged, disengaged patient whose quality of life has taken a major hit due to musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. If you’re a rehab therapy provider, you’ve probably seen this battle play out more times than you can count—and we’re betting that more often than not, your therapy care right …

  • Mastering the Metrics for an Exit Image

    articleAug 18, 2014 | 4 min. read

    Mastering the Metrics for an Exit

    A checklist for what matters most to potential buyers of your therapy practice The physical therapy and rehabilitation care industry market is large and growing. Merger and acquisition activity continues to be on the radar for many of our nation's largest rehab therapy providers with six of the ten largest players now owned by private equity firms. There are several reasons for this industry phenomenon, which has driven multiples to a 20-year high and has attracted both …

  • Common Questions from our State of Rehab Therapy Webinar Image

    articleJul 17, 2017 | 16 min. read

    Common Questions from our State of Rehab Therapy Webinar

    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 last week’s webinar , WebPT President and Co-Founder Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC/L, and WebPT CEO Nancy Ham shared the results of …

  • Partnering for Profit: The Opportunities and Challenges of Bringing in an Investor or Buyer for Your Therapy Practice Image

    articleJan 26, 2015 | 5 min. read

    Partnering for Profit: The Opportunities and Challenges of Bringing in an Investor or Buyer for Your Therapy Practice

    The physical therapy and rehabilitation care industry market is large and growing. Merger and acquisition activity remains on the radar for many of our nation's largest rehabilitation providers. In fact, private equity firms now own six out of the ten largest players. There are several reasons for this industry phenomenon, which has driven multiples to a 20-year high and has attracted both financial and strategic buyers from all walks of life. Here are a few of those …

  • Popping the Question: Patient Engagement and Why It Matters Image

    articleOct 6, 2015 | 3 min. read

    Popping the Question: Patient Engagement and Why It Matters

    As a physical therapist, you love your patients—but what are you doing to prove it? It’s great that your services help patients get back on their feet, but outcomes alone won’t build your relationship—or your revenue stream. It’s time to take this to the next level: patient engagement. While it doesn’t require you to buy jewelry or rest on bended knee, like a good proposal, patient engagement should be thoughtful and sincere. What? Not sure what I …

  • articleFeb 26, 2014 | 2 min. read

    Using WebPT to Share Notes with Other Providers

    In keeping with this month’s theme of “Tips and Tricks,” I wanted to share one of my favorite aspects of WebPT: the ability to share a patient’s initial evaluation, treatment notes, and progress notes with other members of the patient’s healthcare team. Many of my patients are fairly complex and have a team of healthcare providers. That team may include another physical therapist, a surgeon, a pain management provider, a massage therapist, or a personal trainer. It …

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