Once a year, private practice physical therapists from across America get together in a different city to discuss the latest happenings in the physical therapy world. This past week, APTA members descended upon the lavish Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs for the 2018 PPS Conference.
Practice Perfect is primarily used it outpatient rehabilitation facilities. This means that many of our users come from private practices. And being that PPS is geared towards members of the APTA who are private practice owners, it’s only right that this conference is on our schedule every year. Not only do it give us an opportunity to meet new private practice owners in search of a more efficient way to manager their practice, but it also allows us to reconnect with current clients, as many are in attendance.
Webinar: MIPS was a big topic of discussion at PPS 2018. But did you know Practice Perfect is going to assist with navigating MIPS in 2019? Join us on December 19 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm for our MIPS webinar–presented in partnership Gawenda Seminars and Consulting.
One thing about the Broadmoor, though, is that it’s located right next to Pike’s Peak. This makes for some beautiful scenery, and a much higher than normal altitude. Being from the Toronto area, we aren’t accustomed to living much higher than sea level.
To put it into perspective, Colorado Springs is 1,800 meters above seal level. Toronto, on the other hand, is a mere 80 meters above sea level. And that altitude change definitely took some getting used to. Matt tells us that he got winded just walking from his hotel room to the elevator–and that’s not just because he’s out of shape!
All said, the trip to Colorado Springs for the 2018 PPS Conference was good fun. It was great to connect with friends, old and new. We’re looking forward to seeing you again at the 2019 PPS Conference in Orlando.