Evidence In Motion (EIM) is excited to announce that they will be adding a business track to the Manipalooza 2012 curriculum. The business track will consist of a full day of lecture and discussion about private physical therapy practice management and will be held in San Antonio, Texas on May 19, 2012.
Manipalooza 2012 is an annual four day boot camp of hands-on learning in manipulation, soft tissue techniques and pain management strategies for physical therapists. The event, to be held May 19-22 in San Antonio, Texas, will showcase many of the national and international thought leaders in the physical therapy profession, as well as respected faculty from across the country. The topics addressed at Manipalooza serve to improve patient outcomes and energize physical therapists through facilitating collaborations with peers.
“We decided to add the business track to Manipalooza this year to provide a forum for private practice physical therapists to learn more about what makes a practice tick,” states EIM principle Larry Benz, DPT, MBA. “We will be using case studies and real world examples to show owners and managers what works and what doesn’t. It’s going to be a fantastic place to brainstorm and interact with private practice PTs from all over.”
Benz will be leading the business track along with David Browder, PT, DPT, OCS. The charge for the business track alone is $100. EIM Executive Program in Private Practice Management students and graduates will be charged a discounted fee of $75. The business track fee will be included for participants who sign up for the full 4 days of Manipalooza. Topics for the business track include the following:
- Patient’s Revenge: What do you do when patients tell everybody about their horrific experience in your clinic via social media and the internet?
- How to Design a Winning Physical Therapy Business Model
- Practice Exchange Forum: An open discussion of the recent issues and challenges in private practice physical therapy
- Happy Hour to Conclude the Day!
Click here to register for Manipalooza’s Business Track (you must login to your MyEIM account to register.)