California, here we come! This year, the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) will be holding their annual conference in the heart of the Silicon Valley, which is the perfect backdrop for talking tech, innovation, and the future of health care. Come meet our team at booths 409 and 502 and chat about all the exciting things coming down the pike at WebPT!
Phoenix Convention Center
We had a blast in Washington, DC for Ascend 2017, but truth be told, we got a little homesick. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that in 2018, the ultimate business summit for rehab therapists will take place in our hometown: Phoenix, Arizona! So mark your calendars for September 27–29 and get ready for the biggest thing to hit the Old West since the steam locomotive. Haven’t been to Ascend yet? Check out what you’ve missed here …
Jun 27, 2018 - Jun 30, 2018
Orange County Convention Center
This June, join us in Orlando for sunshine, palm trees, and some good old fashioned, PT-centric education at APTA NEXT. We love meeting new people, so while you’re there, swing by booth 712 to chat with our crew and check out what’s going on at WebPT HQ. We’ll see you there!
articleJul 15, 2016 | 7 min. read
You’ve most likely heard the news: PTOS is going out of business. That means that in a few short months, PTOS customers will be left without a physical therapy practice management and billing software solution, so they’ve got to find new systems—stat . After all, no one wants to lose all of their valuable patient and business data—nor do they want to wait until the last minute to find a replacement. Shopping for a PTOS alternative, partnering with …
downloadJun 7, 2016
When it comes to physical therapy billing, you have to know your stuff—because even the simplest mistakes can cause denials. Of course, knowing billing backwards and forwards doesn’t have to be complicated. That’s why we created a comprehensive billing resource specifically for PTs. Take the guesswork out of billing. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.
downloadSep 15, 2016
As a PT, you put your heart and soul into your work. So, it’s only fair that you get paid what you deserve. Unfortunately, payers don’t often see it that way, which means that in order to get what you want out of your private payer contracts, you’ve got to negotiate. And to do so successfully, you need to know how to play ball. Enter your email address below, and we’ll send your free guide.
articleNov 16, 2015 | 10 min. read
Last week, I joined hundreds of amazing physical therapy professionals, students, and vendors (including yours truly, WebPT) at this year's PPS Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida. Despite the uncomfortable combination of tropical heat and humidity outside—and near-freezing conference rooms inside—everyone was in high spirits. Though I never made it to Disney World, I still felt like I was in the most magical place on Earth, thanks to the inspiring and informative presentations I saw and the thought-provoking …
articleMay 2, 2018 | 11 min. read
I recently came across this PPS Impact Magazine article in which author Paul Gough, BSC (HONS), MCSP, SRP, HPC, makes the case for why physical therapists should never sell themselves—but instead “turn this notion on its head and make the ‘selling conversation’ about [patients] and the destination that they want to get to.” In other words, instead of selling your credentials, CEUs, years of experience, and awards, Gough recommends that you focus your “selling” energy on helping …
articleSep 22, 2016 | 8 min. read
If you reward a certain behavior, do you get more of it? Despite what may seem like common sense (and Pavlovian logic), research has shown that the answer to this question isn’t always “yes”—especially when it comes to work. According to author Daniel Pink , the typical employee incentive program is only effective for simple, straightforward tasks (i.e., if you do this, then you get that). However, if the task requires even a rudimentary level of cognitive …
articleMay 31, 2016 | 8 min. read
For PT practice owners, finding ways to increase topline revenue can be challenging. While there are a number of strategies for growing your practice, your success ultimately hinges on accomplishing at least one of the following: Getting paid more for the services you provide. Getting more patients in the door. Keeping patients from dropping out early. For many practices—especially newer and smaller clinics—it’s easy to get stuck on the first one and forget about the second two. …