Presented By: Andrew Morgan, PT, DPT, MBA, COS-C


*CE credits are not available for this course

While our professional associations and many of our colleges and universities push the idea of business ownership, few provide practical training to prepare clinicians for the rigors of starting and running their own companies. As a result of this lack of preparation, many clinicians enter business ownership with a “learn as you go” mentality, the result of which can lead one unknowingly into financial and legal problems. This lunch and learn session will review and discuss many of the fundamental factors to starting and developing a successful business catered to rehabilitation professionals and budding entrepreneurs. Whether you are a seasoned therapist looking to go into private practice or are a self-employed private contractor looking to provide structure to your existing business, you will benefit from this course.

Benefits to Watching:

  • Build an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of different business structures
  • Learn the essential steps to starting and developing a business

Andrew Morgan, PT, DPT, MBA, COS-C is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with over 18 years of clinical experience. Andrew has worked with patients in all clinical settings, but the majority of his experience is in the home health setting. Andrew is currently the Director of Therapy Service and Alternate Administrator with a 6-location home health company based in San Antonio, TX. Andrew is an energetic and interactive speaker who is constantly reviewing and refining best practice guidelines as current research dictates. He earned his Master and Doctor of Physical Therapy from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Andrew is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Texas Physical Therapy Association, as well as the home health section. He enjoys cooking and triathlons.


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