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Welcome New Members to the bestPT Team in September

Thirteen New Members joined bestPT in September 2016.
Each new member benefits from and contributes to our network strength.
Let’s welcome bestPT’s newest members!

  1. Tyler Gutshall of Bassett Physical Therapy, Stanleytown, VA.
  2. Beth Rubin and Nichol Suarez of Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, Austin, TX.
  3. Amanda Davis of Bounce Physical Therapy, Liverpool, NY.
  4. Joey Schoenherr, Laura Wahla, Judy Micallef, and Valentina Calmac of Comprehensive Hand & Rehabilitation, Waterford, MI.
  5. Michael Dilella and Brinda Rathod of Homebase Physical Therapy Morristown, NJ.
  6. Laura Wiegan of Midlothian Village Physical Therapy, Midlothian, VA.
  7. Arshad Hussain of PT Max Pain Management Clinic Philadelphia, PA.
  8. Sobeida Curiel of Two Trees Physical Therapy & Wellness, Ventura, CA.

 

Join Us at the 2016 PPS Conference

Join us in the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas at the 2016 PPS Conference!

See us in Las VegasWe’re proud to be a part of this great annual PPS conference again this year.   We’ll be in booth #231 near the PPS Membership and Voting table in the Exhibition Hall, September 20-21st.

It’s always a highlight of the PPS conference for us to meet so many of you, from all over the country, in person.  We look forward to seeing those familiar faces as well as the newer members of our community this year.

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What Strategies and Tactics are Working For Innovative Practice Owners

Being a practice owner is a difficult and lonely task.  It’s difficult to know what your competition is doing, and even if you were to ask, they’ll generally only offer guarded responses or exaggerate their successes.   Erika Trimble, renowned business coach, offers a list of what strategies and tactics are being used by the most successful and innovative practice owners, and which ones are working for physical therapists.

Read more here:

The Movers and Shakers in the Physical Therapy World: What Strategies and Tactics are Working

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Welcome New Members to the bestPT Team in August

Seven New Members joined bestPT in August 2016.
Each new member benefits from and contributes to our network strength.
Let’s welcome bestPT’s newest members!

  1. Sarah Paxton, Samantha Moses, and Emily Cummings of Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, Austin, TX.
  2. Hillarie Hough and Amanda Richelo of Bit-By-Bit, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  3. Jazzmyn Butts of Comprehensive Hand & Rehabilitation, Waterford, MI.
  4. Ginny Wilder and Tasha Rehbein of Kalispell Rehab, Kalispell, MT.
  5. Vonda Martin of Midlothian Village Physical Therapy, Midlothian, VA.
  6. Radhika Patel and Jessica Jones of Two Trees Physical Therapy & Wellness, Ventura, CA.

 

new members for our pt billing software

Welcome New Members to the bestPT Team in July

Seven New Members joined bestPT in July 2016.
Each new member benefits from and contributes to our network strength.
Let’s welcome bestPT’s newest members!

  1. Jade Saubert and Dana Unyan of Kalispell Rehab, Kalispell, MT.
  2. Tera Lysaker and Keli Quinn of Bodies In Balance, Two Harbors, MN.
  3. Meril Gilbert of Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, Austin, TX.
  4. Kelli Trent of Bassett Physical Therapy, Stanleytown, VA.
  5. Stephanie Colas of Bit-By-Bit, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

 

Cedaron and Billing Dynamix have partnered up!

We are proud to announce that Billing Dynamix is now a preferred partner with Cedaron APTA Connect.  

Cedaron APTA Connect has been designed as a multi-discipline capable EMR. The system supports Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy/Audiology, and Hand Therapy. Each module was developed in conjunction with the corresponding rehabilitation society and follows each society’s guidelines. It enables you to be part of the national outcomes database that can be also used in your office.

Through our seamless integration you will be able to use this excellent program for your practice’s scheduling and EHR needs while continuing to use bestPT/Billing Dynamix for your billing, and revenue cycle management with billing and business support.

Cedaron APTA Connect offers a point-of-care, computerized patient record systems  that matches your workflow, your experience, and your training to seamlessly document all patient/client management and facilitate quick, accurate, and easy communication with other health care providers and payers. This includes specialized tools for Medicare PQRS documentation.

The Patient Interface allows you to fill out Patient Functional Outcomes, email your patients, send satisfaction surveys, and have patients send medical history and demographic information through a secure web connection. This information is automatically populated into the patient’s electronic chart in both Connect as well as the database. This allows your administrative staff to use their time more efficiently. Information never has to be reentered and everything is at your fingertips. You can also set up certain forms to be sent at different times based on selected criteria.

Cedaron APTA Connect allows you to become part of a national outcomes database that you can use in your practice. This partnership is a part of APTA’s mission to develop a national outcomes database that will assist the profession in determining effectiveness of physical therapist practice.

For more information, please contact your coach or visit their website:   https://www.cedaron.com/ 

In addition to Cedaron, Billing Dynamix continues to be a Preferred Partner with WebPT.  

WebPT  makes electronic health records (EHR) and practice management software. With more than 55,000 members and 8,500 clinics, WebPT  is an extremely popular EMR for physical, occupational, and speech therapists.

WebPT offers a front office package that includes the tools necessary to run an organized clinic, including a multiuser scheduler with appointment reminders and the ability to upload external patient documents.

For more information, please contact your coach or visit their website:  www.webPT.com

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Welcome New Members to the bestPT Team in June

Fifteen New Members joined bestPT in June 2016.
Each new member benefits from and contributes to our network strength.
Let’s welcome bestPT’s newest members!

  1. Brittney Hammer, Callah Kimble, and Lindsey Blazel of Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, Austin, TX.
  2. Ellen Konsol, Jennifer Phillips, Lisa Goble, Melissa Daul, and Valentina Calmac of Comprehensive Hand & Rehabilitation, Waterford, MI.
  3. Wes Weaver of Heyer Physical Therapy, Homer, NY.
  4. Nicole P Fitzpatrick of HWB Physical Therapy, Littleton, NH.
  5. Cori Catlett and Marcie Heeter of Kalispell Rehab, Kalispell, MT.
  6. Ryan Schwertz of Midlothian Village Physical Therapy, Midlothian, VA.
  7. Shelby Howard of Prime Therapy and Pain Center Riverside, CA.
  8. Roberta Engelhardt of Two Trees Physical Therapy & Wellness, Ventura, CA.
You can detect CPT code underpayments with bestPTbilling.com

How to Detect CPT Code Underpayments

You can detect CPT code underpayments with bestPTbilling.comIf insurance companies underpay your practice for certain CPT codes, would you be able to look it up?

How would you find that out in your practice management software? Can you look back a year and see what you’ve been paid per CPT code? Our clients tell us that their previous software couldn’t look backwards as they needed it to, so they’re very excited that bestPTbilling software can do that.
It’s a tool called the Billing Statistics report and you can configure it to look up just about anything. (Within your own account of course!) Watch this Free Webinar to find out more and to see exactly how it works. Learn how to discover your underpayments and get paid what you deserve. Enter your information and watch it now.

 


 


 


new members for our pt billing software

Welcome New Members to the bestPT Team in May

Six New Members joined bestPT in May 2016.
Each new member benefits from and contributes to our network strength.
Let’s welcome bestPT’s newest members!

  1. Jamaika Rooks of Tim Soder Physical Therapy, Las Vegas, NV.
  2. Rebecca Wallington of Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, Austin, TX.
  3. Mary Skyba and Dee Nickerson of Kalispell Rehab, Kalispell, MT.
  4. Aida Colon and Zara Rangholiya of Axiom PT & OT Plus, Tuckahoe, NY.
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How do you retain your physical therapy patients?

physical therapy patient retentionHow do you determine your physical therapy patients are at risk of missing their appointments?

How can you see what the trend is for your office? Can you find this information in reports? Probably, but you have dig deeply into them to find the information and then you have to take action on it by assigning follow-up to your staff. There must be an easier way to do this automatically and bestPT has it built-in for you.

Learn how you can use alerts, notifications and the radar chart in addition to reports to retain your patients. The radar chart uses two time periods to compare several of your metrics. This lets you see if you’re meeting your goals with a quick glance at the graph. Alerts and notifications will let you create pop-up messages on the schedule to inform you when a patient has no future appointments or their care plan is running out of visits.

Learn more about it with the free webinar that can be viewed right on this page. Enter your information and watch it now.