Utility Players: Finding and Hiring These Key Contributors to Your Team
In the ever-changing struggle to brand our own clinic’s culture, we are constantly on the lookout for employees who are eager to buy in to what makes our practices successful.
By Gracie E. Ryker
Legal Myths About Hiring, Firing, and Signing on the Dotted Line
Any practice owner can tell you that hiring their first employee was one of the most exciting – and overwhelming – moments in their journey.
By Connor D. Jackson
Using Tricare’s Pilot LBP Program to Promote a “PT-First” Message
Physical therapists are great at taking care of people, bringing value to their patients’ lives by helping them heal and move without pain.
By Peter Decouteau
Passion Drives Advocacy
Building (and Keeping) a Great Team
Heightened emotions have been driving our country for the past year, at least, as we navigate emotionally and politically charged challenges tied to the pandemic.
By Robert Hall, JD, MPAFF
Having the right team is everything.
By Lori Dillon, MPA
Transitioning from a Solo Practice to a Team
Dr. Josh Funk established Rehab 2 Perform in Maryland in 2014. Within two years, the company already had 14 employees and has now grown to four locations.
By Craig Phifer, PT
A review of “7 Steps to Creating a Mentoring Program” by HR360Inc
Many businesses of all sizes employ mentoring programs to help develop future leaders in the company.
Review by Kevin Howard
A list of Industry Events for 2021