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Small Town Girl At Heart

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Small Town Girl At Heart I am from a small town in north central MN. This is not just a small town that no one knows about that you drive through and you don’t even know you drove through it. My town is a tourist town. I grew up with “city people” coming up and […]

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 […]

October is Physical Therapy Month!

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(Image via APTA) October is Physical Therapy Month! Did you know October is National Physical Therapy (PT) Month? OSI is proud of our Physical Therapists and we greatly appreciate the services provided for our communities that we have served for over 35 years. In fact, our PTs are ranked in the top 7% in the […]

Patient Experience Initiatives: Part III

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Patient Experience Initiatives: Part III In my last two blogs related to the patient experience in healthcare, I spoke more globally about some challenges healthcare providers face in ensuring we are improving the patient experience in healthcare. I would like to now focus a little more close to home about how OSI Physical Therapy works […]

Do YOU Know What ‘Na Zarowia’ Means?

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Do YOU Know What ‘Na Zarowia’ Means? Na Zarowia! In polish means “to your health” Every once in a while I meet someone from my hometown area up in northern MN. We hale from a large Polish community. So I had to wear my shirt for him one day. In the photo is Phil and he tells me […]

The Leadership Edge Program: A Note From The Owner

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OK . . . I realize that you are ALL very busy in our clinics with all the things we MUST do to be successful in our practices.  “So what’s the big deal about leadership??  I really don’t have time to squeeze leadership development into my already bus day, and I certainly don’t want to […]

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

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News from Around the Net   “We search the internet for the best articles so you don’t have to!” Hey Physical Therapy Innovators!   In our first TPI Newsletter, we included these 2 links about VALUE BASED INCENTIVES.   Most Payers, Providers Shifting to Value Based Care  
http://bit.ly/1jmYBuB   BCBS Spends $65B – Move from FFS […]

Fun In The Forest Raises $3738 For The Forest Lake High School Teams

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OSI’s Fun in the Forest run was held as a part of Lake Fest.  Despite the weather and the race having to be called off at the last minute, OSI was able to raise $3738 for the high school athletic teams. Athletic director Aaron Forsythe accepts the check from OSI physical therapy clinic Manager Tammy Kasprowicz.  OSI […]

When Technology Goes Awry

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When Technology Goes Awry “We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works.” ― Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt   Here at OSI we have a great need for good technology. Our PT’s, the front desk, our call center, marketing, you name it. It’s become an important part of our […]

Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part II

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Patient Experience Initiatives In Healthcare: Part II  The other day I met up with some friends I haven’t seen in quite awhile. As always when we meet there is good food and discussions around our families, work, and an attempt to solve the world’s problems. In our discussion I casually asked one of my friends […]

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