Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re aware millennials are the largest generation in the US workforce. Since millennials make up so much of the workforce, it’s time to take a new approach to recruiting new PT grads.
Recruiting new physical therapists is often a daunting task when running a private practice and treating patients full time. Not only is it time-consuming, but it can be frustrating to interview handfuls of applicants but a struggle to find the right person for the job.
The answer is—YES! As a private practice owner, you should pay for your therapy staff’s continuing education because it will tremendously improve the patient care you provide, and improve your staff’s skills and expertise. It’s also a state licensure requirement for certifications to be kept up-to-date.
Hiring one or more physical therapy assistants is a great way to make your practice more efficient. In some states, physical therapy assistants can take on patients and bring revenue into your clinic at a lower cost.
Did you know there is a group of physical therapists hiring audiologists? They’re helping more patients and increasing their revenues doing so.
Is the ENT partnership model obsolete? Whether you are currently doing so, been thinking about it, or never thought about it at all, hiring an otolaryngologist for your practice offers some great benefits.