Nowadays, more and more private and important information is stored in online accounts protected by passwords: online dating records, medical insurance, deposits. If someone else gets your password, he will be able to perform any operation with your account. So it is a good habit to log in to your account from secure information:
Enter your username below. We’ll email you a link to a page where you can easily create a new password. Username: Return to login. If you don’t get an email from us within a few minutes, please check your spam filter. The email will be from email@example.com. Change Password.
Please select a login method for accessing your care plan. I’ve already created a StriveHub account and I want to access a new or existing program. Email Password
Why do we need this? If you use the WebPT EMR, you can use your same username and password to log in to the app. If you use another EMR, you’ll use a different login to access the app. Select "Remember My Choice" to not see this page again."Remember My Choice" to not see this page again.
WebPT Auth – PRM. Email. Password. Forgot password? Choose Log In App.
Build a home exercise program with WebPT HEP, and then email it to your patient.The email will include a link to download StriveHub, a patient-facing mobile app that allows patients to access their HEPs—complete with HD videos—anywhere, anytime, right from their phones.
WebPT Auth – PRM. Enter the email used to create your account to reset your password. Email. Reset Password. Go Back. Help.
Use Reach’s lead management feature to track, manage, and convert prospective patients into appointments booked. Our tool enables you to set custom lead statuses, assign lead owners, and comment on actions taken (e.g., phone calls made, conversations had, and emails sent)—all of which streamlines and accelerates the patient acquisition process.
According to WebPT’s own research, 20% of rehab therapy patients drop out during the first three visits—and 70% don’t make it to a formal discharge. As a result, practices lose an average of $150,000 a year from patient dropout alone. You worked way too hard …