Practice Leadership Podcast: Unfair Legislative Issues in Physical Therapy | Dr. Paul Gaspar

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Paul Gaspar joins Dr. Larry Benz. Paul is the owner of Gaspar Physical Therapy and the President of the Independent Physical Therapists of California.  

Larry will be talking with Paul about some legislative issues and what we, as physical therapists, can do to fight threatening, oppressive, and unfair policies, in particular…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Empathy Fatigue

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz discusses something extremely important that, not only do we all face, but also is normal.  It’s called empathy fatigue.  Each of us, at some point or another, will get burned out in our professions.  This type of burn out isn’t just caused by mundane tasks, as those…

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A Victory for PT’s?????? #physicaltherapy

I admit to being a little jaded when it comes to Medicare reimbursement and policies in #physicaltherapy and there have been tons of posts on this blog reflecting this sentiment. Perhaps this cynical perspective is what caused me to find it quite odd that so many are claiming victory in the recent release of the proposed 2018 Medicare physician fee…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Leadership Coaching | Dr. Rob Wainner

What is leadership? How can you coach leadership?
This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz, brings on two guests! The first is Daphne Scott, the Chief Culture Officer of Confluent Health, to discuss her brand new podcast (part of the Evidence In Motion team): Inside Leadership.  They discuss what Inside Leadership is, how it differs from…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: The Best Way to Get to the Clinical Outcome is to Not Pay Attention to the Clinical Outcome

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz will be answering one major question that he received during his presentation at EIM’s Manipalooza.  Larry was presenting on stories that we, as PT’s tell about our patients, and stories patients tell about their PT’s and PT experience.

Larry will be explaining what he meant by…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Private Practice Section with Terry Brown

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Terry Brown. Terry is the President of the Private Practice Section (PPS) of the APTA, COO of Pro•Active Therapy, and CEO of Therapy Care, Inc. to name a few. Terry shares his background from starting in pain management to advancing private practice PT and his extensive…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Outcomes Management with Al Amato

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, we bring on Al Amato, who is heavily involved with outcomes management in physical therapy. Al Amato is one of the founders of FOTO, Inc. (Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes).

Al Amato is the President and Co-Owner of FOTO, Inc.  He has over forty years of experience as a Physical therapist and…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: More Than 45 Years of Physical Therapy Expertise | Rick Shutes

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, we bring on one of the “Fathers” of private practice in physical therapy: Rick Shutes.

Rick is the CEO and President of PhysicalTherapist.com, the CEO of STRIVE! Physical Therapy Centers, the CEO of Strive! Pain & Spine Center, the CEO of Great Northern Rehab, and the CEO of GNR Health Systems…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Practice Leadership Tips with Dr. Mike Weinper | Healthcare | Worker’s Comp | PTPN

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, we bring on another legend in Physical Therapy: Dr. Mike Weinper.  Mike is the president and CEO of PTPN and also a private practice owner.  Mike has been instrumental in practice leadership, innovation, legislative and political issues, healthcare reform, and a number of other areas where he’s had the opportunity to…

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