The Ultimate PT Metric: Completed Plan of Care

What is the right metric to use in order to measure a physical therapist’s success? Ask this question to a group of PTs during happy hour, and you will ignite a heated debate. Are clinical outcomes the only benchmarks that matter? What about their ability to deliver affordable care? And what about how effectively they…

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Do the right thing for LBP patients

Healthcare expense has been rising for the past decade, impacting all American consumers, hospitals and governments. It seems that the upward trending of healthcare cost will stay, at least for some time. There are a lot of factors that impact on healthcare costs for Americans. If we dive into the detail of medical expense by…

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This Is The Best Time To Be a Physical Therapist!!

This is a “What I believe” speech that I gave at Graham Sessions in 2015…. Still rings true with me every day!!! At this time we have the opportunity to do something new…. LEAD THE WAY Since I became a licensed PT 22 years ago I have watched this Profession move along with the pack…

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Putting Patients First: Man on a Mission

I first met Jerry Durham in Seattle during 2011 over a plate of sushi. At the time, I knew little about this guy beyond that fact that he liked the SF Giants ball club and owned a practice in San Francisco, and certainly didn’t know how honored I would be that his very first tweet…

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Why More and More Pt Clinics Are Going Out of Network and How You Can Do the Same

Your vision for patient care can’t be achieved under insurance company mandates…..It’s that simple. What may not seem that simple is, how you set your business up for success by being out of network. Why is there actually more risk in operating an in network business? I’ll tell you and it starts with the constraints…

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