CBP 011: How Obamacare Will Affect Cash-Based Practices
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.
CBP 005: Sara Squires, Physical Therapist Explains her Home-Run First Year as a Cash-Based Practice Owner
In this episode, I interview Sara Squires Davis, a physical therapist who started her cash-based practice in Bethesda, Maryland about a year ago. I would link to her website, but at the time of this writing she has not yet created a website for her practice… she’s been too busy treating patients who pay her $250/eval and $175 for follow up…
CBP 004: Niche Market Ideas for Cash Practice Success
Though treating a wide variety of issues and injuries for a wide variety of people has worked well for many cash practices (including mine), focusing on a niche market can be a great way to get a new practice going strong or develop a new segment of business for your existing practice. This…
CBP 003: It’s Not Just About the Bank Account – a Key Shift Target Market
This episode pulls from one of my first blog posts at this website, and it delves into one component of the “mindset” topic. I discuss the mindset of the target market for just about any cash-based practice, no matter what niche or area of treatment specialty.
CBP 002: New Cash-Practice Owner, Ron Miller, on Reaching Profitability in 3 Months and Selling $1500 Treatment Packages
Ron Miller of Pursuit Physical Therapy, a cash-based PT practice in Orlando FL, joined me for a great interview about his new practice.
Ron was one of the first to reach out and really start interacting with me online after I started this website. Then about a year ago he gave me the exciting news he was making the leap into…