Yellow Brick Road: How to Run an Effective Strategic Planning Meeting Mellow Yellow: Staying Calm During A Crisis Who Is Sitting on Your Bus, and Why Is It Important? Yellow Lights: KPIs to Guide Your Growth
Yellow Brick Road: How to Run an Effective Strategic Planning Meeting Mellow Yellow: Staying Calm During A Crisis Who Is Sitting on Your Bus, and Why Is It Important? Yellow Lights: KPIs to Guide Your Growth

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How to Identify Business Scams

Cautionary tales to avoid disrupting your practice.

By Stephen Rapposelli, PT





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PRESIDENT'S LETTER
Mike Horsfield, PT, MBA

President's Letter - January 2023

By Mike Horsfield, PT, MBA

Words matter. Some words matter more. Great friends matter most.
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EDITOR'S NOTE
Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

Editor's Note: January 2023

By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

As someone who loves to sleep in, I find it hard to catch a good sunrise. But every once and a while, groggy-eyed and likely still in my PJs, I traipse out to see the golden orb crest the horizon.
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Membership Matters

The mission of the Private Practice Section (PPS) is to champion the success of the physical therapist in business. Whether you’ve just joined or are a long-time member, PPS is here to support your efforts and provide the resources and tools to help you meet your goals. But don’t take our word for it, hear from our members about what PPS membership means for them and their business.

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Departments

Quick Fix

Engaging for Success!
Business owners of any size company realize that employee engagement is essential for employee retention, productivity, customer satisfaction and overall growth of the company. Poor employee engagement may result in high turnover, resentful attitudes, very little company loyalty, and lower productivity.
By Dan Luczka, PT, DPT

Marketing


Refresh and Recreate Your Brand for the New Year!
Branding is the cornerstone of small business marketing, but can easily be overlooked amongst the long list of daily tasks involved in running a business.
By Manuel Collazo, MBA

Niche Nook

What Is a Niche Practice?
Welcome to Niche Nook.
Lisa Mackell, MPT

Member Perspectives

An Optimistic Approach to the Future of Physical Therapy
A brief review of the annals of Impact yields hundreds of articles that lament the pending changes that will negatively affect the profession of physical therapy in the years to come.
By Anonymous

Practice Management

‘Yellow Light’ Measures to Help You Prepare for A Medicare Survey
Nothing gives one pause or caution like the thought of an impending Medicare survey. As a rehabilitation agency, you know that every five to six years you are subject to an onsite unannounced Medicare recertification survey.
By Heidi Rose Bender, MBA

Resources

Keyword ‘Active’
With the start of the New Year, there are ample opportunities to act on the year before. Whether through networking, attending events, or advancing private practice ownership as a field, APTA Private Practice has a path toward any destination fit for an “active” year. As such, January’s resources lean into planning for your best year yet.
By Charles Scogna

PPS On The Move

Call for Presentations
APTA Private Practice invites you to submit an education session proposal for the 2023 APTA Private Practice Annual Conference & Exhibition at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX!

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