What We’re Reading This Month

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5 Hand-Picked Quick Blog Reads for Busy PT’s

Carol A. Wilcox

PREFERRED Therapy Providers, Inc.

Here’s our short list of blog posts we’re recommending this month containing insightful snippets of information for your business and profession.

# 1  PATIENT EXPERIENCE – 4 SUBTLE WAYS YOU’RE KILLING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE

INSIGHT: This post from WebPT points out areas where your practice might be unintentionally creating a negative patient experience.

READ IT HERE.

# 2  ONLINE REVIEWS – SAY WHAT? RESPONDING TO ONLINE REVIEWS

INSIGHT: When you receive a negative online review, what do you do? This post from BuildPT gives you a step by step guide on how to effectively respond to both negative and positive reviews.

READ IT HERE.

# 3  CLAIM DENIALS – IS YOUR CLINIC IN DENIAL? 5 EASY ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE RIGHT NOW TO DRASTICALLY REDUCE PAYER CLAIM DENIALS

INSIGHT: Do you submit claims to payers that are retuned as denied? This post from our own blog here at PREFERRED provides some simple solutions you can take to keep more money in your pocket.

READ IT HERE.

# 4  EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE – 7 THINGS GREAT LISTENERS DO DIFFERENTLY

INSIGHT: Do you consider yourself a good listener? This post from Travis Bradberry, Ph.D. and coauthor of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 walks you through the steps to becoming a more effective leader and business owner by brushing up on your listening skills.

READ IT HERE.

# 5  LEADERSHIP – THE 5 TIMES YOUR LEADERSHIP IS GUARANTEED TO FAIL

INSIGHT: Lolly Daskal, executive leadership coach and founder/CEO of Lead From Within points out some common pitfalls of failed leadership and how you can avoid them.

READ IT HERE.

 

About the Author:

Carol A. Wilcox is the staff writer and head of marketing communications at PREFERRED Therapy Providers, Inc. You can reach Carol here.

This article is brought to you by PREFERRED Therapy Providers Inc. PREFERRED is the nation’s leading payor management services network. Our expertise is working with physical, occupational and speech therapy practices – from single clinics to multiple clinic locations.