As we kick off another year, it is important to pause and reflect on how you will make 2022 the best year yet! Whether this means seeing twice as many physical therapy patients as you did in 2021, growing your staff in numbers or educationally, opening a new PT location, or offering a new discipline to help your patients’ recovery process, it is important to take the time to develop a plan, set goals, and determine concrete action items to help you measure success. Don’t be the person that throws around all the cliché one-liners such as “We need to make more money this year” or “We need to see more patients” or “We have to ramp up our marketing efforts” and then not take the time to implement change!
We have compiled a list of the top 10 steps you should take at your physical therapy practice to start the new year off right.
Friday, January 26 | Human Services,EHR Solutions and Operations,Care Coordination,Legislative/Policy,Interoperability,Value-based Care
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Denials Prevention and Stable Staffing Strategies for RCM Leaders
Wednesday, January 24 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Partnerships and Collaboration
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Thursday, November 30 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Netsmart in the Community,Revenue Cycle/Billing
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