Whenever you add a new service, feature, or workflow into your daily routine, it often leads to inefficiency before efficiencies are realized. This blog will go through considerations with implementing new features in your clinic workflow that involve the patient using a device to engage.
In celebration of Mother’s Day we want to bring attention to the prevalence of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and how successful treatment for the condition can be provided by specially trained physical therapists.
If a patient believes a treatment will work there is a strong likelihood that they will have a positive outcome from that treatment. The more educated they are on their condition, prognosis, your intervention and how it would help toward achieving their goals, as well as the patient’s role in the plan of care, the better and more likely they are to achieve good outcomes.
Two causes relevant to the rehab therapy industry that take advantage of this time of year are Autism Acceptance Month and Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists play a vital role in the treatment of individuals with both Autism and Parkinson’s Disease.
One way to promote increased patient volume is to retain your current patients by preventing them from self discharging. We’ve outlined actions that can be taken to improve your patient retention.
The discharge summary is a very important part of the required documentation during a patient’s episode of care. This is essentially your last chance to support the medical necessity of the skilled services you provided.
Documentation Efficiency: Is It You or Your EMR that Lends to Easy Documentation? By: Cheryl “Chae” Dimapasoc Canon, PT, DPT; OptimisPT Director of Implementation and Compliance Many documentation systems promise efficiency, compliance, allowing more time with your patients, and customization. Read more…
The Patient Contract: Their Role in Their Plan of Care By: Cheryl “Chae” Dimapasoc Canon, PT, DPT; OptimisPT Director of Implementation and Compliance One of the biggest challenges in therapy remains getting the patient to consistently adhere to their prescribed Read more…