We just held our second successful implementation meeting this week with our five clinic owners (and 13 locations) who have the vision to have implemented FOTO and to begin to collect relevant outcomes data – with the ultimate goal of presenting such data to our partnered health plans in proposing value-based, shared savings contracts that result in financial incentives and rewards to the therapy practices.

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CPTN's evidence pilot project update

CPTN General Member Meeting - November 6, 2014

CPTN General Member Meeting – November 6, 2014 6-8 PM
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Join CPTN during PPS at The Broadmoor Hotel: Larkspur/Astor Room, Colorado Springs.


Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about options to keep your practice viable in the shrinking reimbursement environment.

Please join us to hear John Wallace and Jim Hoyme: two nationally recognized experts in practice management strategies.

Managing Your Accounts Receivable and Billing and Collections Operations

This presentation will instruct practice owners and managers how to evaluate their accounts receivable utilizing industry benchmarks. It will also provide tools to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of their billing and collections operations. This is equally applicable to practices billing in-house as well as those outsourcing these functions.

John G. Wallace Jr., PT, MS, has over 30 years of experience in private practice orthopedic physical therapy and in a variety of other settings including acute hospital, acute rehab, home health care, skilled nursing, subacute care and outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine. He currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for BMS Practice Solutions, Inc. He has been an invited speaker on the topics of California Workers Comp, reimbursement, practice management, compliance, and rehabilitation economics nationally. John is a former of the Board of APTA Directors and Finance Officer of the California Physical Therapy Association.

A Physical Therapy MSO: Gaining Strength of Size While Maintaining Ownership of Your Independent Practice

Jim Hoyme, PT, MBA

Jim is a partner in OSI Physical Therapy, a 9 clinic practice in St. Paul, Minnesota Founded in 1979, OSI has grown to be one of the largest independent practices in the upper Midwest. Jim is also one of the principal owners of Therapy Partners, Inc. (TPI), a management services organization (MSO) that provides a number of administrative services for 11 independent practices in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. Organized as an MSO in 1999, TPI provides member practices with health plan contracting under a single tax ID number, revenue cycle management (performed by BMS), payment processing and distribution to practices, credentialing, compliance, FOTO and Care Management services, and many other collaborative programs for its members.

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CPTN Benefits

CPTN Has Been Formed to Help You Increase cooperation between physicians, insurers, therapists and patients Reduce patient treatment time through superior PT, OT, and SLP treatment Reduce overall costs through returning patients to productive lives sooner Find fully credentialed therapy clinics throughout the State of Colorado



Colorado Physical Therapy Network is organized to support PT, OT, and SLP’s independent practices. By providing a group structure to promote an environment of increased mutual cooperation between PT, OT, and SLP’s, physicians, third party payors, and patients, for the benefit of all parties involved. The Colorado Physical Therapy Network Difference At CPTN, we believe in the concept of accountability… Read more →

CPTN Vision

CPTN Vision

Colorado Physical Therapy Network is an organization of PT, OT, and SLPs who have dedicated themselves and their practices to providing the very best physical therapy rehabilitation services in the State of Colorado. Colorado Physical Therapy Network is organized to support PT, OT, and SLP’s independent practices. By providing a group structure to promote an environment of increased mutual cooperation… Read more →

Physical Therapy Assistants to be certified in Colorado

According to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), Physical Therapy Assistants will require certification in 2012. Here’s the key paragraph from their letter PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANTS Frequently Asked Questions document: PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANTS (“PTAs”) will be certified in Colorado by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (“DORA”) as of June 1, 2012. This is an exciting time to be a… Read more →

Is Your Practice Ready for the Future of Healthcare in Colorado?

The APTA/Colorado Private Practice Special Interest Group will be hosting an event to help private practitioners prepare for the future. Come listen to what the national and local experts have to say about Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), the state of health care on a National level, the state of health care in Colorado and what YOU can do about it…. Read more →