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As a leader in the long-term post-acute care space, you know the value of maintaining a good reputation. After all, you’re competing with dozens of other facilities in your region and you know referral hospitals only want to work with the best of the best. Failing.

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A strong brand is essential to the success of any physical therapy practice. Practices that fail to distinguish themselves from the competition, no matter how high the quality of services they provide, will struggle to retain existing patients, attract new ones.

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Quality equipment is essential to any good physical therapy practice. Up-to-date, well-maintained equipment projects an air of professionalism, and it makes treatments more effective for your patients and easier on your body.

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marketing tips for chiropractic clinics

In today’s competitive healthcare environment, offering top-of-the-line service isn’t always enough. Chiropractors and other rehab specialists are opening up shop left and right, and patients can’t possibly sample them all.

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Jul 6, 2017

8 Things Top Hospital Physical Therapy Departments Invest In

In the increasingly competitive world of hospital-based rehab, quality patient care sets the best physical therapy departments apart from the rest. Still, it only helps to invest in great technology, equipment, and human resources — and...

Jul 5, 2017

10 Things You’ll Find In the Top Chiropractic Clinics

Today’s patients are more discerning than ever. With more people taking control of their own health, most chiropractors get more walk-ins than physician referrals, and patients are quick to compare the clinics in their locales. Word-of-mouth...

Jun 29, 2017

9 Ways Overworked Athletic Trainers Can Avoid Burnout

From doctors to nurses to PTs and athletic trainers, burnout is all too common among medical professionals. The combination of long hours, weekends, and a lack of personal time can lead to diminished interest among even the most dedicated...

Jun 27, 2017

How to Keep Patients Committed to Their Physical Therapy Plan

Research shows that as few as 35 percent of physical therapy patients adhere to their prescribed home exercise program. You know the work patients put in at home is just as important, if not more, than the work they put in at your clinic. Factors...

Jun 22, 2017

How Much Should Families Be Involved in Post-Acute Care Plans?

Not so long ago, the patient was the only one affected if he or she didn’t adhere to the post-acute care plan. Today, everyone suffers. Hospitals’ reimbursement rates decline if the re-hospitalization rate rises. When post-acute care facilities...

Jun 20, 2017

How to Prepare for Value-Based Care

Change isn’t always easy, particularly when the change is as major as the switch from fee-for-service to value-based care. If you fail to meet metrics and benchmarks set by the Centers for Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurers — your bottom...



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