For patients in need of outpatient therapy, there is no shortage of options. Hospitals, clinics, therapy chains, private practices – the field grows more crowded by the day. And while this plethora of choices is good for the patient, it can cause great distress for private practices as they sometimes find themselves losing business to their larger and better-resourced counterparts.

How does a private practice compete – especially in the face of so many other challenges that require daily attention, like therapist productivity, patient attendance, patient outcomes, financial management, and compliance?