November 29, 2011, 10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST

You asked and we listened. We are happy to release the ability to customize Initial Examinations in WebPT to improve efficiency in your clinic. This webinar will take you step by step through the setup process. In addition, the webinar will cover all of the enhancements that are set to be rolled out in December including the patient intake form, enhanced security features and more.

This webinar was hosted by WebPT Co-Founder Heidi Jannenga PT, MPT, ATC/L and WebPT Expert Michael Manheimer.

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • Increase efficiency with Custom Templates
  • Set-up protocols for your entire clinic
  • Utilize intake forms to better serve patients
  • Enhance security to protect patient data
  • More...

Webinar Presenters

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