Raising Your Bottom Line Without Crossing the Line

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By Connor Jackson

After two years of COVID-induced uncertainty and strained revenue streams, private practice owners are looking at ways to stabilize their practice operations and income. Before setting out on a new business venture or profit-generating plan, consider the laws that govern licensed professionals and weigh the risks against the benefits. Below, I discuss a few of the questions I hear most frequently from private practice physical therapists.

Free Money? Not So Fast

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Considerations for dealing with overpayments and credit balances

By Paul J. Welk, PT, JD

Free money. It sounds like something too good to be true. In private practice physical therapy, it may likely be too good to be true. Based on a variety of different circumstances, physical therapy private practices will find that they have received money to which they are not legally entitled.

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