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  • Are you tired of the headaches associated with Insurance/Medicare billing and regulation?
  • Want to spend more time with each patient, less time on paperwork, and treat them the way You feel is best?
  • Are you concerned about the ongoing decline in reimbursements for your services?

A “yes” to any of these questions means you are in the right place. This site will be continually fed with information on how to create a cash-based practice and/or add private-pay services in order to remedy the above-mentioned challenges. For a FREE eBook on Cash-Based PT & Medicare, and other useful information not on this site, drop your email to the right and click “Send It Now.”For a FREE eBook on Cash-Based PT & Medicare, and other useful information not on this site, drop your email below and click “Send It Now.”

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Whether you currently run a cash-based practice or are interested in adding cash-based services to your practice, but are confused about the laws regarding self-payment from Medicare patients, then this podcast is for you.My friend Jeff Worrell has brought me on his podcast a few times. In this interview I give Medicare overview to help you navigate the many rules and regulations of that confusing system 

And we also discuss my outlook for the future of PT private practice.

Listen now to learn this essential information for any physical therapist.

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Business Insights Among a Lot of Laughing

January 19, 2016

On this episode of Therapy Insiders podcast, I joined the crew over at UpDoc Media to talk about cash physical therapy business, but we end up joking around quite a bit and also dive into some important concepts that apply to any type of business (as well as some more personal components of our lives). If you [...]

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Clinic Update and Why I’m Already Starting to Look for Another PT

January 14, 2016

The last couple months have been a wild ride but I’m very happy to report that my new PT’s schedule is staying completely full as we open up more treatment days per week on his schedule. In January, he’s seeing patients 3 days/week as he fully phases out of his previous employment, and he’ll be [...]

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The Little Things in Business Can Make a Huge Difference

January 7, 2016

In this interview on the Healthy, Wealthy, Smart Podcast, Dr. Karen Litzy and I discuss how to get new referrals to your business and how to network the right way. We also discuss the practical day-to-day logistics of running of a cash-based business (i.e. how many patients per day, cash-pay rates, etc), and how to add technology [...]

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Going Waaaay Back to 2011 … Some Things Never Change

December 24, 2015

This was the time I was a guest on PT Talker podcast … back in 2011 !! Interestingly, the advice on starting a cash-based practice and how to really be successful in this business model hasn’t changed much in the past 4 years. Click the link above and you’ll learn at least one new golden [...]

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CBP 042: Success in the Cash-Based Practice Model since 1996! Sage Wisdom from Bob Cohen PT

November 19, 2015
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Bob Cohen has had a cash-based PT practice since 1996! In this episode we learn the key ways he was able to have success for this long; and long before most people thought this business model was even possible.  In this episode, you’ll learn about: What compelled him to start his practice, and to choose [...]

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CBP 41: Bar-Side Chat with Paul Gough – Systems to Scale Your Cash Practice and Keys to Hiring and Training Staff

October 29, 2015

Two cash-based practice owners walk into a bar … And in this podcast episode you get to hear their conversation about hiring and training cash-practice staff and filling their schedules with private-pay patients.

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I’m Hiring! – Would Love Your Feedback on my PT Job Posting

October 23, 2015

Unless the deal completely falls through for some reason (not likely), I’ll soon be signing a lease for larger clinical space and starting the search for my first staff PT! I had toyed with idea of a “cash practice incubator/fellowship” and having a new therapist/practice-owner start their practice within mine each year, but decided I [...]

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The Home/Office-Visit Cash-Practice Model – Rockstar Advice from Karen Litzy DPT

October 8, 2015
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Karen is a cash-based practice owner who sees all her patients in their homes or offices. She gives an incredible amount of practical and actionable advice for those interested in this model, and much of the advice is applicable to and useful for any type of practice. I was ultra impressed with her answers to [...]

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The Medicare and Cash-Pay PT eBook is Available!

October 6, 2015

After 5 years of research and a year of writing like a madman, the Medicare and Cash-Pay Physical Therapy ebook is finally available! Click on the book below to see the long list of everything you will learn in this truly comprehensive guide (for any type of PT practice) on the regulations surrounding private-payment and [...]

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How the Rules Change for Cash-Pay Patients with Medicare ADVANTAGE (Part C) Plans

September 29, 2015

The second half of the Medicare and Cash-Pay PT eBook is a 20+ page Q&A section where I answer all the most common (and obscure) questions I receive on this topic…

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CBP 39: MEDICARE and Cash-Pay Physical Therapy – a Full Overview of the Rules on Taking Private Payment from Medicare Beneficiaries

September 25, 2015

If you are interested in creating cash-based revenue for your physical therapy practice, but confused about the laws on taking self-payment from Medicare beneficiaries, then this episode is for you. Whether you are a: veteran practice owner who participates with Medicare, hybrid practice owner with Non-Participating status, cash-based practice owner not enrolled in Medicare, physical [...]

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