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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?

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This “reverse interview” episode is essentially a recording of a consulting call I did with a friend and colleague, Richard Symister, PT of Move Evolution PT in Brooklyn, NY.

He is looking to ramp up his practice and hire a PT and more full-time admin as he continues to drop insurance contracts and move fully cash-pay (he started in-network with 15 ins companies and is now down to 2!)

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The Automated Systems that Run his 4-Clinic Cash-Based Practice while he Travels the World Half of Each Year – Live In-Person Interview with Paul Gough

April 7, 2016

I recently had a special guest visit me in Austin and before we dove into all the fun things this city has to offer, we sat down and did a live interview on Periscope … which I of course recorded and now you can either watch the video below or listen to the audio recording [...]

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CBP 045: An Insurance-Based Practice with Loads of Cash-Based Revenue – interview with Al Moreau PT

March 31, 2016
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Ever wonder how you can add cash-based services to your private practice but don’t really want to drop insurance contracts? This episode is for you. Actually, this episode will be useful to any type of practice out there interested in a realm of cash-based services that relatively few practices have explored.

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Guiding a Physician on How to “Sell” His/Her Patients on Your Cash-Pay PT Services

March 29, 2016

I am the patient of an amazing manual therapist who winding down her private practice and introducing me to her referral sources, asking them to start sending me patients rather than her. (I know, pretty amazing!) Anyhow, an orthopedist replied to her email introduction with some common and very important questions and comments. Below I [...]

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If I could have done one thing differently in my practice, this would be it…

March 24, 2016

Things are going well with my new employee Ben but I’ve been feeling a lot of regret lately. Don’t worry, the regret has nothing to do with the choice I made in hiring Ben. He is freaking awesome! My regret has do with what I didn’t do over the past 6 years before hiring him. [...]

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How to Target and Develop NON-Physician Referral Sources

March 17, 2016
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Physicians are usually the primary source that physical therapists rely on for referrals.But they don’t have to be!With POPTS abounding and hospitals buying medical practices left and right, I think it’s crazy when a PT practice relies on physicians for the majority of it’s referrals. I joined PTTalker.com for a second time and shared some of the [...]

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CBP 44: PPS 2015 Highlights – Part 2 – 6 Marketing Geniuses Walk Into A Bar…

March 10, 2016

This episode is an absolute Must-Listen … not very long but absolutely packed with marketing strategies and tactics you can immediately implement in your PT business, whether cash-based OR insurance-based.

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Part 2 With Paul Potter: Starting From Scratch and Key Medicare Self-Pay Concepts

March 3, 2016

If you are interested in a cash therapy practice you probably have several questions about treating Medicare patients. If you do then you don’t want to miss the second part of my interview on Paul Potter’s Functional Freedom Podcast. In this episode we cover: How to bill if you have 2 licenses such as being a massage [...]

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I’m a Motor Mouth in This One …

February 25, 2016

In this interview (the first of two parts), I sit down with Paul Potter on the Functional Freedom Podcast to go over the ins-and-outs of cash-based Physical Therapy especially as it relates to Medicare.Paul is one of the kindest, most genuine people I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with online. After re-listening to the interview, I’ll [...]

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CBP 43: PPS 2015 Highlights – Part 1 – “I F@#%ing Love Jerry Durham” and other Social Media and Marketing Knowledge Bombs from Gary Vaynerchuk

February 18, 2016
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The PPS conference is a blast and this time around (2015) I brought a little microphone with me and recorded a number of conversations to pass on the business highlights and takeaways other attendees and I had at the conference. This episode is part 1 of 2, and the primary focus is on the marketing [...]

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How to Write Blog Posts that ACTUALLY Generate Business for a Clinic

February 11, 2016

Now that I have advanced from solo-practitioner to employer, I’m having to do a lot of training. But although it adds more work to an already crazy schedule, I’m making it my mission to document as much of that training as possible so I’m not constantly having to repeat it all with each new employee. [...]

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My Outlook on the Future of PT Private Practice and How Medicare Fits In

February 4, 2016

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 [...]

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