Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Jane Milliff, MMSc PT, CBP, owner of Alta Physical Therapy & Pilates, Boulder, Colo.
Wisdom is paid by the high cost of experience. Veteran practice owner Jane Milliff has kept a therapy practice at the top of its game for 26 years and shares valuable, time-tested wisdom to keep clinic managers from going down the wrong road.
Learn strategies for dealing with unfavorable contracts, making good hires, establishing the value of a practice’s expertise, and more as Milliff lays out how to get beyond the potholes many clinics encounter.
You’ll also find out what revenue cycle management technology can do to keep a practice healthy, and why it’s important for practice owners to continue seeing patients.
Jane Millie, MMSc PT, CBP, has seen many changes in the physical therapy profession over the past 30 years. As director of ALTA, she says she is focused on integrating the best treatment techniques to create a state of the art practice for the practice’s clients. Milliff has taken considerable hours of continuing education in a wide variety of therapy techniques, including: Kinesiotaping Techniques, Joint and Visceral Mobilization, Counterstrain, Muscle Energy Techniques, Medical Exercise Training, Craniosacral Therapy, Body Talk System, Mindscape, and numerous Integrative Manual Therapy courses. In 1990 she became co-Founder and director: ALTA Physical Therapy and Pilates, 1990
Millie earned a bachelor of science in ergonomics from University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1977, and a bachelor of science in physical therapy from University of California, San Francisco, in 1978. She also earned an MMSc, PT: Orthopedic Physical Therapy, from Emory University in 1987. Millie was adjunct professor of physical therapy at Boston University from 1987 to 1988.