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PREFERRED Therapy Providers Selects WebOutcomes to Deliver Web-Based Outcomes for Their National Provider Network
Date:3/21/2013

Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) March 21, 2013

PREFERRED Therapy Providers (PREFERRED) has announced their selection of WebOutcomes, a web-based outcomes measurement tool for their national network of over 1,200 physical, occupational and speech therapy practices. WebOutcomes provides objective, evidence-based patient outcomes data on patient progress and the effectiveness of the therapy protocol; a valuable tool for practitioners, physicians and payors alike.

“We chose WebOutcomes because it is an easy to use web-based tool that will allow our providers to enhance patient care while generating valuable improvement metrics,” said Steven Allred, PT, President of PREFERRED. “It is difficult to achieve clinical greatness unless providers know what their strengths, weaknesses and goals are. WebOutcomes can resolve those issues and provide a benchmark of achievement to payors and referral sources.”

“Our outcomes product allows clinics to not only run data on their own performance, but to measure themselves against national norms as well,” said Troy Bage, PT, DPT, CEO of WebOutcomes. “We are pleased to have been selected by PREFERRED Therapy Providers as their outcomes resource. We strive to deliver a user friendly and cost effective service to PREFERRED’s network that allows them to achieve the highest quality, evidence-based healthcare.”

WebOutcomes grew out of a clinical group’s desire to measure their outcomes. Not finding a suitable off-the-shelf product that would fit their needs, they developed their own tool that could guide clinics in their effort to improve patient care and be easily used by referral sources or payors as evidence of their patient's outcomes. The tool is currently in use by over 120 clinics nationwide with more than 800 users and includes more than 200,000 outcomes.

WebOutcomes will be offered to PREFERRED’s approximate 1,200-member providers, comprised of more than 3,400 individual physical, occupational and speech therapists nationwide.

ABOUT PREFERRED Therapy Providers, Inc. -
Founded in 1992, PREFERRED Therapy Providers, Inc. (PREFERRED) connects PPO's, Health Plans and Third Party Payors with their network of over 1,200 private practice physical, occupational and speech therapy practices nationwide.

For more information visit: http://www.PreferredTherapy.com

ABOUT WebOutcomes -
WebOutcomes is an online measurement tool that delivers a simple, affordable service to practitioners, easily allowing them to enhance patient care and provide confirmation of achievements to payors and referral sources.

For more information visit: http://www.WebOutcomes.com

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