Rehab Management’s new podcast reviews the buzz surrounding products and technologies showcased by three software manufacturers at the recent APTA Private Practice Show in Colorado Springs. In just 10 minutes get up to speed about the latest developments in software for the physical therapy clinic.
This podcast explains how TotalInsight combines transparent, cloud-based software with a dedicated team of experts to manage A/R follow-up, denial management, and practice metrics with superior results.
Two exclusive new podcasts produced by Rehab Management take a fresh look at the topics of compliance and clinical productivity, and offer valuable information to help clinicians better understand and manage the potential benefits—and potholes—of each area. The podcasts feature compliance expert Nancy Beckley, president of Nancy Beckley & Associates, and Ryan Flanary, PT, vice president of outpatient services and healthforce at Valir Health. Podcasts are sponsored by Clinicient.
As part of Rehab Management’s longest running podcast series, Nancy Beckley details the hot topics in compliance for therapy providers in 2015.
Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management speaks with Ryan Flanary, PT, vice president of outpatient services and healthforce at Valir Health, about how integrated clinical and revenue cycle management software can help clinics optimize productivity and billing to reach their true profit potential. Sponsored by Clinicient.
What happens when the voice of the customer guides product development? A powerful modality becomes so easy to use that virtually every application is only 3-clicks away. Learn more in this podcast with Yorick Wijting, PT, DPT.
Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management as he speaks with John Wallace, PT, chief executive officer of BMS Practice Solutions. Electronic medical records (EMRs) are not a free pass to compliance happiness. Use an EMR incorrectly and it could create problems. Clinic managers who understand the strengths and limitations of EMRs can use […]
The key, says this outpatient clinic owner, is to empower staff to know what it is the client values, and train them to sell services that make those values a reality. Following up with effective touchpoints after a patient encounter is also vital in keeping that patient engaged. Listen and learn. Sponsored by Clinicient.
Join Rehab Management magazine’s Editorial Director Frank Long for in-depth discussions and key insights from industry experts, available in our latest podcasts offered exclusively on rehapub.com.
It has been said the average referral is worth $1,000. Does that sound like your practice? The value behind each of your referral patients may be greater than you think. Learn how to get the most out of referrals by taking control of the referral management cycle in this exclusive podcast with Sturdy McKee, MPT, CEO […]