Upcoming Webinar: How to Build a Highly Profitable, Patient-Centric Practice

As a therapist, you know that patients are at the heart of every therapy practice. How well patient interactions are managed is crucial for creating satisfied patients, delivering positive outcomes and driving positive financial results—especially with shrinking reimbursements and the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care.

To thrive, therapy practices need to foster an environment that supports therapists in their passion for patient care and fuels financial performance. What are the processes and tools that can help practices achieve this? What metrics can help give practices guidance on how and where to improve performance?

Join Clinicient founder Jerry Henderson, PT, along with Clinicient product manager, Sarah Baumann, in this free webinar to unlock ways you can build a truly patient-centric practice and still make money. Register today to save your seat. 

WEBINAR: Breaking Down the Barriers Between Patient Care and Profits

Join us: Thursday, March 28th at 10:00 am – 11:00 am PST

Speakers: Jerry Henderson, PT and Sarah Baumann

During this webinar, you will learn tips, tools and insight to help:

  • Streamline processes that get between therapists and patient care
  • Manage your visits and case load more effectively to free up time for treating patients
  • Foster a patient-centric environment across your practice
  • Use metrics to drive performance today and support the transition to value-based care

Can’t make it? No worries. Register today and we will send you an on-demand recording after the webinar.


Taylor Goldsmith

Content Marketing Program Manager

Taylor Goldsmith is the Content Marketing Program Manager at Clinicient where she manages the blog, social media strategy, supports lead generation activities and more. She provides insightful direction to a variety of other daily Clinicient activities and brings to her team knowledge of core and emerging marketing strategies. Taylor earned a Public Relations degree from the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. In her spare time, she likes to travel, explore the Portland food scene, and cheer on the Oregon Ducks.

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