CBP 015: From a Part-Time Cash Practice, to Full Time and Booking Months in Advance – Interview with Liz Gillem-Duncanson PT
Liz Gillem-Duncanson PT started her cash-based practice on a part time basis in 2006, doing house calls, and now see’s patients full time and is booking up to four months in advance! In this podcast episode, we discuss her path to this point and how she’s had this level of success.
CBP 014: How to Generate Loads of New Patients via Simple Online Methods – Interview with Aaron Lebauer DPT
Aaron LeBauer DPT started his 100% Cash-based practice straight out of PT school, and generates about 50% of his new patients from his efforts online. From blogging, SEO, review sites, Google Plus, and Video, we cover it all in this interview.
CBP 013: Your Questions Answered! Treatment Packages, Listing Rates Online, Cash Practice Documentation, and Conveying Value
Today’s episode is my first Q&A podcast session where I answer a number of the frequently asked questions I receive via email.
This podcast episode is an interview with Ben Gold PT of Home Physical Therapy New York City. He has been working full time in his cash-based practice for over 3 years now and he has 3 independent contractor Physical Therapists currently working for him. All patients are treated in the comfort and convenience of their own home or office throughout…
Both before and after June 2012, when the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (aka: Obamacare), I have received numerous questions surrounding this topic. This episode is all about my thoughts and predictions regarding Obamacare and its likely effect on out-of-network clinics…
CBP 010: The Initial Phone Call – How to Convert a Prospective Patient Calling your Out-Of-Network Clinic- Interview w/ Jerry Durham – Part 2
This episode is part 2 of my interview of Jerry Durham, co-owner of San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy who transitioned his 3-clinic practice completely out of network with all 3rd Party payors except Medicare. This part of our interview dives into the details of the initial phone…
CBP 009: Transitioning a 3-Clinic PT Practice to completely Out-Of-Network – Interview w/ Jerry Durham – Part 1
This episode is part 1 of my interview of Jerry Durham, co-owner of San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy who transitioned his 3-clinic practice completely out of network with all 3rd-Party payors except Medicare. We cover a wide variety of topics surrounding the transition out-of-network.
CBP 008: Interview with Ann Wendel PT, ATC, CMTPT – on Building Relationships that Grow a Cash Practice, Distance Consulting Services, and Wellness for Medicare Beneficiaries
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CBP 007: Carlos Berio DPT – Cash Practice Owner – on Employing Cash-Based PTs, Value, and Cash-Pay Fitness Programs
Today’s podcast episode is with Cash-Based Practice Owner, Carlos Berio PT, DPT, MS, CSCS, CMTPT. He employs a staff physical therapist, a personal trainer, and an office administrator. He shares multiple lessons he’s learned along the way and the key factors to his success so far.
CBP006: A Cash Practice Partnership – Austin Woods and Paul Killoren on How They’ve Been Successful in the Cash-Practice Model
ust a couple years out of PT school, classmates Austin Woods PT, DPT, and Paul Killoren PT, DPT, CSCS partnered up to start a cash-based private practice. In this interview they discuss what led them into this business model, how they structured the partnership, and how they very quickly filled their schedules with self-pay patients.