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High Performance Therapy: How To Build And Grow A Successful Therapy Practice
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High Performance Therapy: How To Build And Grow A Successful Therapy Practice

When: Thursday, June 15, 2017
12:00 - 1:00 pm ET
Where: United States

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As reimbursement continues to decrease and regulatory constraints increase, practices are forced to find ways to enhance operations while maintaining excellence in care. On top of that, billing limitations specific to outpatient therapy have made it difficult to increase productivity in order to offset declining revenues. The recent shift to value-based reimbursement means that clinics must evaluate their current practices and institute effective strategies to meet the new demands. In order to achieve this, the practice must understand its current operations and create tools and instruments that monitor progress toward goals, as well provide feedback to therapists on clinical and operational benchmarks.

By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify Key Therapy Metrics.
  • Create instruments and tools to manage and monitor therapy operations.
  • Understand the POPTS regulatory environment including recent changes.


Meet the Speaker:


Chad Whitefield

Chad is the Founder and President of Advance Rehabilitation Management Group (ARMG), a national provider of consulting, management, and staffing solutions for the rehabilitation industry. Since 1997 ARMG has assisted physicians across the country with the unique challenges related to the rehabilitation component of operations, outcomes, and compliance. Chad has successfully helped clients of all sizes ranging from private operators to publicly traded corporations build and manage high performance therapy teams. Chad has lectured on many of the challenges facing healthcare today to include Value Based Purchasing, CCJR, operations, and compliance risk. Beyond consulting and education, ARMG clinical staff are also responsible for the direct care and management of hundreds of thousands of therapy visits each year, assuring that they practice what they preach. In 2014 Chad was re-appointed to the Georgia Board of Physical Therapy by Governor Deal and is actively involved in therapy associations throughout the country.  



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