More and more hospitals are finding that their system-wide EHR fails to meet the demands of their outpatient rehabilitation clinics. That’s why WebPT, the leading EMR for outpatient rehab therapy, is committed to delivering exceptional software and service to therapists in a variety of settings.

Download your free one-sheet today to learn how WebPT can help your organization improve efficiency, compliance, outcomes, and interoperability—just as we’ve done for MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and the Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation.

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Joyce Glick
Vice President of Ambulatory Services
The Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation

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    articleFeb 13, 2017 | 13 min. read

    Common Questions from our Cloudy with a Chance of Reform Webinar

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    articleJul 28, 2016 | 6 min. read

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    articleNov 11, 2015 | 4 min. read

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    webinarAug 26, 2014

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    articleAug 7, 2017 | 5 min. read

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    articleJan 5, 2017 | 15 min. read

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