How to Manage Virtual Employees at Your PT Practice

Work from home? The work from home (WFH) economy is booming right now, and physical therapists and PT practice staff are right in the mix. With thousands of employees going virtual, practices across the nation have adjusted foundational policies and procedures to accommodate this employment shift. Whether working from home …

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Organization and Management for the Busy PT Private Practice Owner

So Much To Do, So Little Time Physical therapy is challenging, especially if you’re the one running the show. The essential skills that a busy PT private practice owner must have to survive in the industry aren’t often highlighted with any certainty. At times, running a clinic feels like juggling …

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A Guide to Patient Retention for Physical Therapists

Patient Retention Is More Important Than Ever One of the most significant issues facing physical therapists and practice owners in 2020 is patient retention. How could this be when retaining patients in any physical therapy practice is good for business and successful treatment? The truth is, physical therapists are doing …

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3 Things to Consider For Contactless Check-Ins at Your PT Practice

Front desk operations in the age of COVID-19 For most practices today, everything is under consideration. Don’t leave front desk and billing operations behind, especially those aspects that are patient-facing. This blog post is about three things you can look at to ensure that you’re providing the best possible patient …

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How to Create a Business Plan For Your Physical Therapy Private Practice

You Can’t Get Where You’re Going Without a Plan A business plan is an essential formal document and should outline every aspect of an existing or new physical therapy private practice. And while it contains vital information about your finances, management, market, and funding requests—it doesn’t have to be complicated. …

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The Pros and Cons of Hiring Individual Contract Physical Therapists

Intro to contract/1099 physical therapist employees Individual contract physical therapists are beneficial for most practice owners. Their services are frequently used when PTs are sick, vacationing, or just unable to work. The added flexibility of individual contractors also referred to as “1099 physical therapists” or “per-diem physical therapists,” boasts financial …

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