In-Home Outpatient Therapy: How Home Health Agencies Can Provide a Continuum of Care
Six Best Practices to Ensure a Thriving Wound Care Business
4 Ways Outpatient Therapy Providers Can Increase Patient Engagement
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Outpatient therapy providers are under tremendous pressure to improve patient outcomes, all while lowering the cost of care. While much of the focus in this area has been on clinician performance, it’s equally important to look at patient engagement. Studies show that engaged patients can lead to better overall outcomes. Learn four ways that you can motivate […]Get the eBook
Every day, potential new patients in your area are searching online for the services you offer. And, if your clinic has few or negative reviews, or if the information listed for your business is incorrect or can’t be found on Google, Facebook, Yelp, and other important sites, you’re missing out on significant revenue from lost […]Click to View Webinar
With all the focus on in-home care due to COVID-19, it’s crucial that home health agencies begin to look at outpatient therapy as an additional service. This expanded service not only allows home health agencies to stay relevant with the current trends, it also allows them to provide a consistent post-acute continuum of care. This […]Click to View Webinar
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By Tannus Quatre, PT, VP, Private Practice, Net Health Consumers are a funny breed. Their attention span is short and minuscule, only about 8 seconds according to a 2015 study by Microsoft. Man, that’s short. They’re also distracted, focusing their short attention span across a variety of communication channels each day. It makes it tough […]Read More
During the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, health care practitioners, including rehab therapists, and patients have adopted telemedicine to an unprecedented degree, initially for safety reasons. Along the way, many have found that visits via videoconferencing or phone offer great convenience by eliminating travel time and simplifying the scheduling process. Research by McKinsey & Company reveals that while only […]Read More
The combination of advancing technologies and COVID-19-related growth in telehealth is creating remarkable opportunities in wound care. Chronic wounds, including diabetic ulcers and pressure ulcers, are among the trickier conditions for healthcare providers. They can be complicated to treat, especially in the elderly and for those with comorbidities that affect healing. Patient compliance is critical […]Read More
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