Home Exercise Programs Can Deliver Revenue Along With Better Outcomes

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Home exercise programs are part of physical therapy. There is no standard format though. And as a result, PTs issue HEPs with varying degrees of instructions and importance. Some send patients home from a session with verbal instructions only. Others send photocopied exercises. More technical PTs use email or telehealth solutions like ours at In … Continue reading Home Exercise Programs Can Deliver Revenue Along With Better Outcomes

Physical Therapy Software and Lessons Learned About Time-Challenged Practices

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Our solution has evolved and matured since we first started, but the goal is still the same. We want to help you grow the heart of your business. Our commitment to advancing physical therapy through technology is stronger than ever. Our approach is now more PT savvy as well. The Backstory If you don’t know, … 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 address 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

Physical Therapy Telehealth Solutions Will Move PT Forward. If You Try Them, That Is.

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Physical therapy telehealth solutions are a reality. Unfortunately, the physical therapy profession traditionally isn’t very progressive. We are often reactionary and slow to adopt new technology. This puts us behind the curve. It also allows more progressive providers the chance to provide care to our prospective patients. Let’s not fear the future and dig our … Continue reading Physical Therapy Telehealth Solutions Will Move PT Forward. If You Try Them, That Is.

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 address 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

HIPAA Compliant Text Messages Are a Must for PT-Patient Communication

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Note: This article on HIPAA compliant text messages is the first of a series that address issues raised by physical therapists on various social media network groups where we are also members. If you have heard the term HIPAA, you know you should not send regular text messages to a patient. And if you have not … Continue reading HIPAA Compliant Text Messages Are a Must for PT-Patient Communication

Defining Telehealth, Helping Rural Patients, and Saving Clinics Money

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In Hand Health recently completed a regional tour of state physical therapy association conferences where we staffed demonstration tables in Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas. We enjoyed meeting numerous physical therapists and PT students and sharing our telehealth solution with them during our stops. We hope we delivered some value along the way. Here are three quick … Continue reading Defining Telehealth, Helping Rural Patients, and Saving Clinics Money