Boost Profits and Improve the Patient Experience: An Introduction to Embodia for Telerehab and HEP
One important trend we are seeing right now for clinics that have reopened over 4 the last weeks is that weekly new patient numbers are down between 25% to 40%.
Before the crisis, you were busy and didn't require to be good at online or traditional marketing because in most places there were more patients than the supply of clinicians could serve.
In this new normal, you need to be good at marketing and provide an exceptional patient experience. The demand for outpatient physiotherapy and rehabilitation services is not going to be the same with the higher unemployment rates and economic uncertainty.
- Are looking to diversify your income
- Are interested in expanding your services to offer a virtual care option to your options
- Would like to incorporate the hybrid model of care into your practice
- Are tired of drawing stick figures, painfully sending emails of exercises, and photocopying handouts
PT, BSc, MScPT, Co-Founder of Embodia
Maggie Bergeron is a registered physiotherapist who received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2009 after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa.
Maggie co-founded Embodia in 2014 to modernize the patient experience and to provide a simple, easy way to take continuing education courses to all physiotherapists and rehabilitation practitioners, regardless of their location, budget, or area of practice.
Maggie is the community director of TechTO Health - a health technology event that brings together thousands of health tech enthusiasts. She also maintains her own physiotherapy practice in the east end of Toronto where she works with people with persistent pain. Maggie currently serves as a mentor, placement host and holds a Status-Only Appointment (lecturer ranking) with the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.