Private Practice Summit 2019 is designed to provide physical therapy private practice owners with specific strategies for marketing, hiring, documentation and billing, and the tools needed to become better leaders and business owners.
This two and a half day event will forever change the landscape of your private practice. You’ll walk away with a precise blueprint for marketing, hiring, documentation and billing. You will lead with renewed power, conviction, clarity, and authenticity, the factors that make you (and your practice) legendary, iconic, and transformational. Private Practice Summit 2019 is insightful, intense and immersive. It will give you several breakthroughs.
Here is everything you will discover
- Discover how to create cash paying programs and reduce the traditional dependence on insurance companies.
- Join the new breed of private practice owners who are changing the rules of private practice, and learn from the cream of the crop.
- Rub shoulders with the most successful private practice owners in the country and model success based on the collective insight of all attendees and speakers.
- These practice owners share one common trait: they are proactive about acquiring the knowledge, tactics and resources that work.
- In two and a half action packed days, get a complete roadmap of success over the next 12 months.
- This is unlike any other industry conference you have ever attended, because you’ll get actionable ideas, and you will be challenged and expected to implement them. There is nothing theoretical about Private Practice Summit – it’s all about implementation.
Ask yourself – do any of these apply to you?
- Struggling with a lack of systems?
- Frustrated because you can’t find the people you need to grow your practice?
- Do you lack self-confidence?
- Do you have several distractions pulling you in many different directions?
- Are you struggling to achieve your dreams?
- Do you feel like a prisoner, trapped in your own practice every day?
- Do you feel guilt or shame, even unworthy, when asking patients for money?