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HIPAA “Beefing-Up” Enforcement

Is your practice at risk? Are your HIPAA forms and procedures in compliance? Most physical therapy practices are falling short and don’t even know it. HIPAA regulations are serious and not just mere technical compliance anymore. Patient privacy and protecting health information is a hot topic today and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said they will strengthen […]

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You Should Be Scared About This…

The government is coming after you…even if you did nothing wrong. You never think about physical therapists as being a danger to society, or the country, but that’s the new campaign spearheaded by Medicare and the government. Physical therapists are the “flavor of the month” in the government’s pursuit for more monies in this never ending […]

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How Do I Compete Against Hospital-Physician-Corp Monopoly Attempts?

It sucks when Goliath doesn’t play fair. In every industry, there will be bigger players trying to leverage their resources to gain an advantage–this is not new. So it is with our industry. Corporations, hospitals and physicians will try and steer patients to their therapy services, and rightfully so.  I acknowledge that there is an […]

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$10,000 Per Hour Secret for Those in Private Practice

Private Practice Can Keep You Busy Doing the Wrong Things! Most failing practices seem to share a common denominator, the owner of the physical therapy private practice is not doing what he or she is supposed to be doing. The owner is wasting time. Time is more valuable than money. Money always comes and goes […]

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Why are you failing?

Some of you might take offense to the title of this post. You might be thinking, “I’m not FAILING!” and I understand your feeling. Let me put it another way… Are you where you want to be, where you should be, right now?  Your practice, your business (your life)?  If so, you are blessed.  If […]

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