Poor patient portal adoption can be linked to 3 general concepts: communication, education and promotion. Improvement in these areas can lead to improved adoption rates of your patient portal. When practices are able to successfully implement the use of a patient portal, it leads to many benefits.
While most private practice outpatient clinics start off with a single discipline, it’s no coincidence that the largest practices in most metro areas almost always offer PT, OT and Speech and many offer behavioral and nutritional consultation as well.
While many outpatient private practices that offer only one discipline are successful, we are exploring some reasons you may consider adding another discipline.
Within this blog, we are discussing 5 common reasons why physical therapy claims get denied. By recognizing some of the most common errors that lead to denials, you can establish checks and balances to help mitigate your denial percentage, improving your practice’s bottom line.
The strongest referrals a practice can gain are those that come from satisfied and loyal patients. It’s been shown that consumers trust opinions and recommendations of their family and friends more than they trust advertising. If you have not yet been encouraging referrals from your current patients, now is the time to develop and implement a patient referral program.
You have probably heard of it by now, but ransomware isn’t going anywhere! Ransomware is gaining popularity and steam around the world, and organizations big and small can fall victim to it. In this blog, we will build upon some of the other Security and Technology Blogs we have written to touch on this very scary, but important topic.
No shows and late cancellations can be extremely detrimental to your rehab therapy practice.Implementing these types of policies should only be done once you have educated yourself on the potential backlash including losing patients and possibly receiving negative reviews.
June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month.Physical therapy is often underutilized in the treatment of headaches and migraines. Join us in advocating and spreading awareness!
The National Stroke Association has designated May as National Stroke Awareness Month. The goal is to help raise stroke awareness including the signs and symptoms of a stroke, what can be done to help prevent a stroke and ways to help stroke survivors.