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Are Healthcare Franchises Profitable?

Nov 30, 2020 1:46:21 PM

They Can Be When You Adopt Our Winning System in Your Practice

If you’re a physical therapist considering adopting FYZICAL’s proven business systems, you might be asking yourself: “Are healthcare franchises profitable?” After all, you don’t want to sacrifice your independence to become part of a franchise system that’s ineffective. The truth is, FYZICAL is a lot more than a healthcare franchise; there is a wide range of physical therapy, balance, and audiology services in addition to fitness and sports rehab opportunities. Our model has been proven to work because we help practitioners just like you to add new revenue streams to their businesses, and we assist in streamlining business operations to help them save money and use their budgets more effectively.

But the best part about our system? We don’t force our members to adopt a one-size-fits-all program! Rather, physical therapists like you are free to select the best parts of our model for their existing business. As a result, you’ll retain much more control over your practice than you may have assumed.

How Does FYZICAL Make Healthcare Franchises Profitable?

FYZICAL takes a multi-faceted approach to making healthcare franchises profitable. A few examples of our winning strategies include:

  • Strengthening referral systems so our members get more referrals from a broader range of sources.
  • Leveraging our strong brand name and reputation to get new patients in your clinic doors.
  • Streamlining your billing and collections systems to ensure you’re getting the maximum payout from Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance companies.
  • Broadening your marketing efforts to get you greater returns regardless of your budget.
  • Adding new, in-demand services to your practice to meet the needs of your community.
  • Providing ongoing continuing education opportunities to earn CEUs and improve patient care.

While we do allow our members a great amount of flexibility in choosing the direction their business will take, we don’t expect them to do it alone. Our operations and support team is one of the best resources our members can leverage. They’ll get to know you and your business and will work with you to create a strategic plan to help you start achieving the growth you want. We know that your focus needs to stay on your patients, so you can count on us to guide you through implementing any changes behind the scenes.

Our business is built to keep healthcare franchises profitable while providing superior care to your patients. Once you’re a member of the FYZICAL family, we’ll work to support and grow your business in every way we can.

What Does It Take to Become a Member?

The first step is to contact us. Because we’re not a one-size-fits-all business model, we’ll work with you to understand and assess your existing practice and create a custom plan of action. Expect to make a modest investment in rebranding your practice, but, as an advantage, the FYZICAL investment is designed to pay for itself quickly. Get in touch with us today so we can give you more specifics!

Contact FYZICAL using this form to learn more about how we make healthcare franchises profitable – and help practitioners like you to reach their goals.

Cindy Bercaw
Written by Cindy Bercaw

Cindy is a rock star content writer for FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Centers. Like a courier of knowledge, neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night will prevent her from sharing everything you could possibly need to know about succeeding in the business of physical therapy private practice. Cindy maintains a reputation for the imaginative. Recognized as a creative problem solver and divergent thinker, she brings her unique skill set to FYZICAL by helping physical therapists access business knowledge that is designed to help them succeed. She is the lead copywriter for Successful Outcomes Magazine, a publication dedicated to physical therapy private practice owners.

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