You have 10 minutes to connect with someone in front of you.
How do you do it?
If you want the best chance at a genuine connection, you tell a story.
I know. Stories have become a buzzword of sorts.
Yet, when told properly and authentically, stories are your best way to connect with someone else. That someone may be a person in front of you or many people over digital.
For physical therapists, or actually any clinician, you have 10 minutes to connect with new patients. When a person is sitting in front of you, sharing their concerns that resulted in a visit, you MUST connect.
On this podcast, Kindra Hall the best-selling author of Stories That Stick, shares her insights on stories.
If you want to learn how to tell stories that resonate, connect, and ultimately make an impact, this is an episode you CANNOT miss.
At UpDoc Media, we've been hearing about and helping clinicians navigate burn out for over 5 years. It's a challenging topic that gets cyclical news coverage and headlines. The issue never goes away.
On this episode of Insiders Hot Take, Dr. Gene Shirokobrod and Dr. Ben Fung share their takes on the burn out issue.
Give it a listen and share your thoughts!
Do you remember your teenage years? Some of you probably just squirmed reading this. That's ok. Teenage years bring about many new experiences and transformative events.
The same is true for industries going through teenage years. Let's discuss how physical therapy looks going though the teenage years. Pimples and all.
Entrepreneurship has become the sexy career path. Or is the idea of entrepreneurship? On this 10 minute Insiders HOT Take, we go over the Rise of Entrepreneurs.
Do you agree? Disagree? Let us know!
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It's fascinating to look back. To better understand where we are going, you must understand where we came from. Healthcare is no different. Within the context of healthcare history, physical therapy is fairly young. What lessons can we take away from the parallel of medicine, private party insurance and societal needs? Let's go over it on today's Therapy Insiders podcast.
Business ownership is tough. In fact, it's largely a struggle with glimpses of success. It's mostly a losing proposition. So why do it? And even more so, why do so many people talk positively of it.
This is our Hot Take on realities of business that hardly get spoken about.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), good or bad? Or worse...irrelevant?
This is our Insiders Hot Take on the APTA.
The physical therapy industry continues to evolve. As more people figure out the versatility of physical therapists, demand will continue to increase. With increased demand, opportunities for better delivery of care will arise. To keep up, new business models will be created. And some novel approaches will be mistaken for business models.
So what is a business model? How do you differentiate a unique transactional approach vs a unique business model? Let's go over it on this episode of Therapy Insiders Podcast.
Therapy Insiders Podcast started in 2013. Since then we've recorded 129 episodes, had over 1 million downloads and interviewed amazing guests.
After a little break. We are back.
Therapy Insiders Returns with a focus on business.
Joining us as regular co-host is our UpDoc Media COO Ben Fung.
We announce and tease some big upcoming projects.
And a little catch up since we last podcasted in November.
Let's get back to business.