Physical Therapy Software and Lessons Learned About Time-Challenged Practices

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We unveiled a new website and approach to our physical therapy software this week. In rather shocking news, this event didn’t gather as much attention as an offer to send people around the moon did elsewhere. But it is still significant for us. And for PT practice owners too. Make no mistake, our commitment to … Continue reading Physical Therapy Software and Lessons Learned About Time-Challenged Practices

Physical Therapy Memberships Build Long-Term Patients

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Note: This article on physical therapy memberships is the third of a series of blog articles that addresses issues raised by physical therapists on various social media network groups where we are also members. This article covers how you might manage virtual (online) physical therapy memberships at your practice. But before the “how”, it might be a … Continue reading Physical Therapy Memberships Build Long-Term Patients

Telehealth Helps PTs with “Problems” of Too Many Patients

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Note: This article on telehealth is the second of a series that addresses issues raised by physical therapists on various social media network groups where we are also members. It’s never a really “bad” problem, of course, to have too many patients. The issue becomes when you can’t treat them in person often enough. Patients might fall behind with … Continue reading Telehealth Helps PTs with “Problems” of Too Many Patients

Telehealth Paves a Path for Improving Home Healthcare Services

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Home health is growing rapidly as the baby boomer generation hits retirement. As the change in healthcare moves to quality over quantity with the rise in bundled payments, the industry is challenged to provide the best care possible at the lowest cost to the patient and healthcare system. Many home health agencies have the challenge … Continue reading Telehealth Paves a Path for Improving Home Healthcare Services