- For a full assessment of your current therapist productivity and potential increase by
implementing Net Health Therapy for Acute Care, click “Get Full Report” and complete
the form to request an in-depth, personalized review of your therapy operations. The
results displayed by this calculator are for basic estimation only and are calculated based
on the input information you provide.
- For the calculations, 1 Productive Unit is equal to 15 minutes of a clinician providing
billable care. An 8-hour day divided into 15-minute increments (4 per hour) equals 32
potential billable units each per day, per clinician. A patient visit is equal to 2 billable
units. We use Productive Units to measure productive, billable time during the day,
compared to time spent on other, non-productive tasks. While you certainly wouldn't
expect 100% productivity in the acute care setting, this calculation helps to measure how
close you are to the goals and expectations you've put in place.
- Average Clinician Productivity (%) = Average Daily Productive Units per Clinician ÷ 32
potential billable units per day. Simply put, the higher the output of Productive Units
versus total potential billable units each per day, the greater the productivity.
- This calculator is based on physical therapy and occupational therapy in the acute care setting.
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