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OSI Physical Therapy:  Where Therapy is Job 1

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  Jim Hoyme, PT Co-Owner, OSI Physical Therapy   The year was 1979. 37 years ago. On the TV . . . Three’s Company. MASH. The Jefferson’s. In the theaters . . . Kramer vs Kramer.  10.  The Jerk. On the radio . . . My Sharona. We Are Family. The Gambler. Politically .  .  […]

Leadership Edge: Wrapping Up Our 2014 Fall Program

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From Jim Hoyme . . . The Leadership Edge Wrapping Up Our 2014 Fall Program   Do you recall the 4 business leadership principles from the UNC business school that I shared with you last month?   Well . . . to bring it closer to home for therapists and practice owners, tie those 4 […]

January 2015: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’

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Hey Therapy Practice Leaders Market Trends. Consolidation in Health Care. What’s a Practice Owner To Do? A Management Services Organization is a Great Option – Get Big But Keep Your Practice. This is an article that Jim Hoyme wrote for the Private Practice Section’s IMPACT Magazine May 2014. We posted it in an earlier newsletter, […]

January 2015: What’s New At Therapy Partners?

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  Greater size brings strength to the market. Greater access. Greater negotiating strength. Greater financial strength. Greater operational efficiencies. Greater ability to share financial risk. Greater volume of services. Bigger organizations get more attention, better reimbursement. Yes. Size DOES matter. So what can independent therapy practice owners do? Well . . . Their medical specialist […]

Happy New Year From OSI

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On behalf of every one of the dedicated and talented OSI team members who served you in 2014, we want to wish you and your families a very Happy New Year!  We truly hope your 2015 is filled with joy, successes, and healthy activities that you love to do.  OSI clinics and The Training Room […]

The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3

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The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3 Think about it . . . most therapy practices and their owners and leaders focus so much on patient care and productivity, which is very important – no doubt. But the practices – businesses – that will successfully move into a transforming health care world will embrace the same […]

November 2014: What’s New At Therapy Partners?

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    November 2014: What’s New At Therapy Partners? (Note – the vertical axis cost scales are not the same for both graphs – work comp episodic costs are higher than commercial.) Notice the similarity in the trends. When you couple this data with the conclusions drawn from LBP studies by Fritz at Intermountain Health […]

November 2014: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’

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November 2014: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’ Links of the Week   Health Care Reform. Evidence Based Protocols Drive Quality Improvement The changing health care system will reward quality and efficiency.   The use of evidence-based protocols results in two major benefits: better care for patients and savings for organizations. Through better outcomes, develop proven care […]

The Leadership Edge Update

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The Leadership Edge Update   The Leadership Edge program has been HIGHLY Successful for our TPI Minnesota therapists and staff. We are 8 weeks into the 10 Week Online Program. Our therapists have been especially jazzed up by the Followership Model Effective Followers respect the leaders and leadership. They are engaged, enthused about their role […]

What’s New at Therapy Partners?? Lots

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What’s New at Therapy Partners?? Lots Hi Therapy Leaders   Hey. . . Things are really happening in the value revolution. Total Cost of Care Data Over the past month, Craig has been analyzing and consolidating thousands of cases of total cost data that we received from a health plan in one of the states […]

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