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 […]

FOTO Tips: Review the Patient Response to the Functional Questions

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FOTO Tips: Review the Patient Response to the Functional Questions During the intake, the patient responded to the functional questions based on their perception of their functional activities. It is important to understand how the patient perceives their functional abilities. Ask the patient what they were thinking about when they responded to the specific question. […]

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 […]

Not Stopping Your Physical Therapy Too Soon

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Not Stopping Your Physical Therapy Too Soon Most physical therapists in an outpatient setting can relate to the fact that your caseload typically suffers after the New Year due to an exodus of unplanned patient discharges. Insurance deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses roll over with the start of a new year, making patients concerned about having […]

OSI All Staff Holiday Meeting

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OSI All Staff Holiday Meeting One of my favorite times of year is when we get to gather together as a group for the OSI All Staff Holiday meeting. It’s a great opportunity for all the employees to spend some quality (informal) time together catching up and yes, even talking a little shop, which is […]

Rehab Is Better As A Team!

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Rehab Is Better As A Team! For the last few months, “date night” for this amazing couple has consisted of outings to  physical therapy appointments for rehab after their shoulder and knee surgeries.  When they aren’t at PT, they spend countless hours doing their prescribed home exercises and spend good quality time together covered with […]

A Holiday Wish

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A Holiday Wish For most of us during this holiday season we are fortunate enough to be surrounded by loved ones and friends. We are also fortunate enough to have jobs to help us afford food on the table, clothes on our back, and a roof over our head. If we are lucky we also […]

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