Updates to Remote Therapeutic Monitoring

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By Rick Gawenda, PT

Effective January 1, 2022, there were five new Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes added to describe remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). In this article are answers to some of the more common questions private practitioners have been asking about these new CPT codes.

Management Tips: Streamlining Your Process

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By Emily Smolak, MS

Creating and maintaining a well-oiled, profitable, quality-care practice is no small task. We all struggle with managing inefficiencies, from payment models to workflows to communication and beyond. Unfortunately, those inefficiencies are not forgiving in this challenging, reimbursement-driven environment and create a sense of chaos even in the most calm of personalities. That is why fine-tuning your processes—i.e., streamlining—is more crucial now than ever.

A Leader During a Crisis

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Tips to help navigate through a crisis

By Phil Cadman, PT, DPT

Crises come up for every leader of a physical therapy clinic at one time or another. They come in different shapes and forms. If you’re managing an outpatient physical therapy clinic, you will likely be in charge during a crisis at some point during your career, whether it be an equipment breakdown, a natural disaster, or the loss of a key employee through resignation or retirement.

Organizing Yourself and Your Practice

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By Elizabeth Baxter

The five resources featured this month provide expert guidance on marketing private practices to aid you in drawing in new clients so that you can better serve your community.

Five Strategies To Retain Your Employees

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The biggest challenge CEOs face after hiring top talent is retaining them

By Bridgit A. Finley, PT, DPT

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate is back to pre-pandemic levels—which is good news for employees and potentially rough water for employers trying to hang on to a steady workforce.

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