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.
The purpose of this document is to detail in-clinic and in-home evaluations executed by ROHO® during the research and development phase of Smart Check. These studies were performed prior to Smart Check market launch in clinical facilities. In-home evaluations were performed by wheelchair users, independent of clinical supervision.
Learn how an orthopedic rehab office used aquatic therapy to change its business model and build long-term success. Co-owners of this clinic share a 5-year financial summary, discuss return on investment, and more in this free webinar presented by HydroWorx.
Finding the ideal custom molded seating solution for complex rehab patients requires a thorough understanding of a client's needs and preferences. This white paper authored by Cindi Petito, OTR/L, ATP, CAPS, provides an update about the technology behind current custom molded seating systems, and can help therapists work from a fully informed position when recommending the best solution for a client's circumstances. It features an easy-to-read comparison of pros and cons associated with each technology.
A learning opportunity for PTs, OTs, PTAs, OTAs, and leaders of fitness and wellness programs will help explain biomechanical differences between locomotion on land, in shallow water, and underwater at a free webinar April 22 from 1 pm to 2 pm EDT.
Healthcare stakeholders may still be questioning what net effects of the Affordable Care Act will have on their careers and businesses. A March 25 webinar hosted by New York-based athenahealth Inc aims to answer these questions with discussion by two of the healthcare IT firm's top leaders.
A free webinar scheduled for March 19, 1 pm to 2 pm EDT, features Murphy Grant, MS, LAT, PES, assistant athletic director - sports medicine and head football athletic trainer at University of Kansas. Grant will focus on aquatic rehab applications particularly for low back injury.
A new webinar focuses on three methods to increase compliance in the physical therapy office as a way to save time and money. This free webinar, presented by bestPT, is available online now.
To help therapists maneuver the new regulations set in motion by lawmakers last year, the APTA is offering a webinar free to its members that will share legislative insights for 2015. The webinar is scheduled to begin at 2 pm EST on January 15.
To keep patients in therapy PTs must help manage their financial concerns. That can include communicating about the cost of care without discouraging them from pursuing treatment. Here are 3 valuable tips to proactively help patients through those concerns.
An upcoming webcast presented by Cornell University ILR School focuses on employment and disability, coinciding with the October National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Our exclusive Q&A explores the challenges surmounted, perks gained, and revenue management improvements that can be made through billing software.
Physical therapy continuing education that blends Internet-based modules with “hands-on” learning provides highly effective results.
Combined expertise from a variety of disciplines helps shield patients at risk for pressure ulcers.
Technology options have never been better for tailoring power wheelchairs to be fun and functional.
Synthesizing technology and functional goals set by patient, family, and therapist helps get stroke patients back on their feet faster and enhances outcomes.
Exploring trajectories in functional recovery for patients who are undergoing rehabilitation post-total knee arthroplasty.
A new study designed to develop wearable movement sensors to assess gait in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in their home environments may ultimately help provide key information to doctors and feedback to patients regarding their condition.
Experts delve into the multifaceted nature of cloud-based software systems, offering insight for existing users and key considerations when transition is on the horizon.
Encouraging patients to “break from comfort” to stay fit and prevent injury can be a challenge in an increasingly sedentary society.