Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products as he speaks with Doreen M. Stiskal, PT, PhD, Fellow, APTA Educational Leadership Institute, Chair, Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health and Medical Sciences, Seton Hall University, about using gait analysis as a tool for improving treatment, education, and research.
Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Jeremy Cader, vice president of product innovation and engineering at Clinicient.
Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Melanie Brennan, PT, DPT, a treating physical therapist, parent, and owner of Exercisability in Rochester, Minnesota. This exclusive presentation explores how technology adds balance to the role of parent and clinic owner.
Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Jerry Henderson, PT, founder, and vice president for therapist success at Clinicient. Learn what defines successful case management and how to avoid the top three mistakes therapists make in managing their cases.
Join us October 20 when editorial director Frank Long interview Jessica McMurdie, OTR/L, owner of Stepping Stones Occupation Therapy, a private occupational therapy practice with clinic based and school-based locations throughout the Bellevue, Wash, area.
Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Sean Kane, owner, West Milford Physical Therapy Center, West Milford, New Jersey, about how to keep patients coming for their full course of treatment.
In this podcast Jerry Henderson, PT, provides a checklist to steer practice management software around potential potholes caused by the ICD-10 changeover, and explains how revenue cycle management software can help clinics make that shift successfully.
Finding a custom-molded backrest for children affected by multiple physical disabilities is not always easy. Listen to this podcast to learn how backrests with varied-size air cell technology can easily adjust to accommodate a client’s size changes, and eliminate excessive pressure.
How much revenue slips away from therapy clinics because of oversights, under billing, or the “Peace Corps Scenario”? More than most can afford. Learn how using the eyes and ears of software can reveal places where revenues disappear in clinics, and act as a vital resource in keeping chargeable services visible and collectible.
Find out how technology can be a collections ally, and why “No surprises for our patients, no surprises for us,” is a mantra for successful collections.
Most practices collect less than what they are owed. Listen to this podcast and discover how one outpatient physical therapy clinic met its goal of collecting more than 90% of every dollar it was rightfully owed by patients and payors.
Few things are better than found money and a sterling reputation. In this Rehab Management podcast, the director of rehab services at St Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton, Wis, offers a fresh look at how electronic medical records can actually help healthcare facilities recover revenue and shape perceptions.
Wayne L. Winistorfer, MPA, OTR, director of rehab services at a regional, free-standing hospital, reveals how an outpatient department recovered substantial revenue simply by switching to a specialized EMR.
Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management, as he speaks with John Wallace, physical therapist, and chief executive officer of BMS Practice Solutions, Upland Calif.
Not collecting copays and coinsurance creates business risks, ranging from fraud to the effects of overbilling. Listen to this podcast and find out why allowing copays to slip through the cracks causes greater harm to a practice than one might think.
Allen Ling, MPT, OCS, opens up about how his practice used its clinic software to create a 50% drop in therapist documentation time, and achieve a payroll savings of up to $5000 a month. Learn about this and much more during this exclusive podcast.
The Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) can help clinics avoid a 1.5% payment reduction, sometimes making it the difference between a profitable year, the ability to offer higher pay for staff, or invest in new equipment upgrades. This podcast helps clinics learn to take the guesswork out of providing the required data to Medicare by using complete and accurate reporting that minimizes payment reductions.
A good coach helps a team find its strengths, eliminate weaknesses and follow a plan that wins. This podcast explores how physical therapy practices can identify, measure, and take action on data they may already have to shape positive patient outcomes and build winning businesses.
When one therapist loses productivity, it’s a problem. When therapists across a 6-office practice lose productivity, it’s a catastrophe. Listen to this podcast and hear R. Dean Hasse, PT, discuss the technology tools his multi-office clinic uses to help support therapists in accounting for their time, reduce idle time and keep schedules filled.
Why set yourself up to lose time and money? Discover how a single software system for billing and documentation can head off inefficiencies that cause billing delays, re-billing, and other costly errors.