Higher Returns

Diagnosing the Real Problem Allow Additional Services Resulting in Higher Returns

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"It is great to be able to include diagnostics in physical therapy and have a good level of reimbursements." - Christina Panetta, PT

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A truly successful treatment plan requires accurate diagnosis.

The diagnostic tools available today are significantly more precise than techniques that have been used in the past. But because they are so new, most therapists just don’t have access to them.

That’s where Hands-on Diagnostics comes in. We know what’s available, and we know how to use what’s there. We know how to train you, and we know how the new techniques you learn can be most effectively billed.

The result? Higher per-patient billings and higher insurance reimbursements – a more thriving, cash-healthy business.

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Talk to a HODS Expert

"It is great to be able to include diagnostics in physical therapy and have a good level of reimbursements." - Christina Panetta, PT

(Already a HODS Partner? Call your account manager or contact us here for assistance.)

Does It Really Give Higher Returns?

Accurate diagnostic testing uncovers additional treatment opportunities.

Through the HODS program, physical therapists have the opportunity to get trained as diagnosticians, which gives them the opportunity to deliver more and better service to their patients, and at the same time make more money.

In addition to improving the quality of the treatment provided, it helps the therapist as well by improving the viability of the practice.

See Real Numbers From PT Offices

These are real statistics based on actual numbers from practices using Hands-On Diagnostics. See the numbers speak for themselves.

Increased insurance reimbursements 75%
Increased average per-hour reimbursement 80%
Increased average per-case reimbursement 100%
Treatment-plan changes based on diagnostic testing data 35%
Increased patient referrals by existing referral sources 30%