Entries by Tom Jorno

Physical Therapy | Brain Injury Prevention Program

The initiative was developed to raise awareness about preventing, recognizing, and responding to fall-related traumatic brain injury (TBI) in older adults. The Help Seniors Live Better, Longer: Prevent Brain Injury initiative reaches out to children and caregivers of adults 75 and older with messages to help them understand ways to prevent falls, the leading cause…

Physical Therapy Billing | Win the Reimbursement Battle and Increase their Patient Visits in the New Year

Bellmore, NY (PRWEB) November 5, 2010 Measurable Solutions, a management training and consulting company, and bestPT a physical therapy billing service network, are joining forces to provide practice owners with needed tools to improve their reimbursements and expand their practices. “I hired my second PT in 3 months! My third PT after 7 months! I…

Physical Therapy Business | 20-Step Plan for Opening Up a Private Practice

This is an overview of the 20 Step Plan for opening up a Private Practice that is available to members of the Private Practice Section of the APTA. The entire 20 Step Plan for Opening Up a Private Practice is available to members under the Practice Management section by visiting the APTA web site. This…

Physical Therapy Software | Data Transfer Policy

Data transition across different software vendors is always a predicament. BestPT safeguards HIPAA-sensitive and financial data and protects our clients against data loss in three ways: We back up frequently all client data, We enable the clients to download data independently and at their convenience directly from our user interface, We offer custom bulk data…

Caps on Physical Therapy Sessions Detrimental to Business Growth

This year has been a year of many changes to the medical system. While some of these changes have been beneficiary, a few have been detrimental to professions such as physical therapy. Many physical therapists are facing tough times today. The market is saturated with physical therapists but not enough patients. Laid off physical therapist…