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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 and the cash-based business model as a whole.

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CBP 010: The Initial Phone Call – How to Convert a Prospective Patient Calling your Out-Of-Network Clinic- Interview w/ Jerry Durham – Part 2

July 10, 2014
Jerry Durham PT – out-of-network practice owner

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 conversation with a prospective patient when [...]

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CBP 009: Transitioning a 3-Clinic PT Practice to completely Out-Of-Network – Interview w/ Jerry Durham – Part 1

June 26, 2014
Jerry Durham PT – out-of-network practice owner

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. More specifically… In this episode, you’ll learn about: How Jerry entered his private [...]

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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

June 12, 2014
Ann Wendel – cash-based PT practice owner

In this episode, you’ll learn about: How Ann’s choice of office space has helped produce cash-based referrals The type of writing and blogging Ann has done to generate new business and how she has developed relationships with publications How Ann has been successful in developing physician referral relationships, even with physicians who own their own [...]

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CBP 007: Carlos Berio DPT – Cash Practice Owner – on Employing Cash-Based PTs, Value, and Cash-Pay Fitness Programs

May 29, 2014

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. 

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CBP006: A Cash Practice Partnership – Austin Woods and Paul Killoren on How They’ve Been Successful in the Cash-Practice Model

May 15, 2014
Cash Practice Partnership

Just 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.

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Thank you for your votes and support!

May 13, 2014

I just wanted to thank everyone who has visited my site and helped make it the successful resource it has become. And today, I’d especially like to thank everyone who took the time to vote for me in the Therapydia Blog Awards this year. Thanks to you, I won “Best Clinic Blog” among a field of fantastic [...]

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CBP 005: Sara Squires Davis, Physical Therapist Explains her Home-Run First Year as a Cash-Based Practice Owner

May 1, 2014
Sara Squires Davis DPT

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 [...]

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Help me Win the “Best Clinic Blog” Award

April 28, 2014

Therapydia.com is having it’s annual PT Blog Awards and I’ve been nominated for the “Best Clinic Blog” award. I really want to win this award. As you can probably tell, I put an enormous amount of time into creating helpful content for my colleagues. If you appreciate the information, effort, and time I’ve given, then [...]

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CBP 004: Niche Market Ideas for Cash Practice Success

April 17, 2014

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 is one [...]

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CBP 003: It’s Not Just About the Bank Account – a Key Shift Target Market

April 3, 2014

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. More specifically in this episode you will learn: Why [...]

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How Seth Godin’s Book “Tribes” Applies to Cash-Based PT

March 20, 2014
Tribes by Seth Godin

A couple weeks ago I met an incredible entrepreneur, Tai Lopez, at a networking gathering from whom I quickly learned quite a number of things; but the lesson that stuck with me the most was one I’ve been hearing for years… The most successful people in the world tend to have the biggest passions for [...]

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