Value-Driven Pricing Models

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Do you have an appetite for risk?

By Rick Katz, PT, DPT, MA

The move toward value-based pricing may be confusing to many physical therapists who have not ventured away from traditional fee-for-service payment.

Marijuana in Your Clinic

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Ready or not, here it comes.

By Anthony Sinacore, PT, DPT

Marijuana. Cannabis. Weed. Grass. Whatever names are being used these days, these terms by themselves spark debate, and you have more than likely already made up your mind on where you stand on the topic.

Energize Your Workplace Injury Prevention Programs

Tap into employee experience

By Kristen Cederlind, OTR/L, and Barb Herke-Smith, PT*

“Employee experience” is emerging as an important term in the Human Resources (HR) handbook, with the primary focus on creating environments that make people genuinely want to come to work.

Value-Based Care: How to Participate

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The first in a series of articles prepared by the PPS Payment Policy Committee.

By Rick Katz, PT, DPT, MA

Value-based care is often defined as demonstrating the relationship between patient outcomes and cost.

Protect Your Legacy: A New Metrics Model for Long-Term Success

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Take a counterintuitive approach to cost control.

By Jeanine Gunn, PT, DPT, and Heather Chavin, MA

Private practice owners are all familiar with the cost containment portion of the Quadruple Aim (enhancing patient experience, improving population health, reducing costs, and improving the work life of health care providers, including clinicians and staff).1 Metrics like vacancy rate, denial rates, new patients, and units per hour all make our list of key performance indicators (KPIs).

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