Before investing in a new piece of equipment or program, ask yourself these five questions
By Glenda Key, PT, Richard Leaver, PT, MBA and Lindsey Nicholson, PT, DPT
In the therapy world, it seems that as soon as we adjust to a newly implemented reimbursement cut, we are faced with
By Elizabeth Baxter, MS
By bolstering your leadership tool kit, this month’s featured resources can help you execute the strategies needed to take your practice to the next level.
Effectively run a meeting that leaves everyone feeling heard and valued
By Dan Luczka, PT, DPT
Before you determine how to run an effective meeting, you must first determine why you want to hold a meeting. Is it
to execute communication? Team building? Problem-solving? The answer to these questions will guide you on the
specifics of how to run your meeting.1
Create purposeful dashboards to visualize, track, and manage key clinic metrics
By Adam McCoy
Most rehab therapists pursued a career in order to help people, not because they had a passion for business and data.
However, successfully growing your clinical reach and helping patients achieve positive health outcomes also means
developing a healthy business strategy—including a deep understanding of business metrics.
By Karen Litzy, PT, DPT
The theme of Impact magazine this month is “Execute.” The Marketing and Public Relations (M&PR) Committee knows that
being a business owner can be challenging and time-consuming, and you may not have the resources within your company
to meet all your marketing and PR needs.