Using technology to revolutionize patient care
About Apollo Practice Management
The Apollo project began in 2007 when Randy Porter saw that there was a need for a professional physical therapy practice management software that includes all the essentials that’s a Physical Therapy practice needs.
The primary goal of our physical therapy software was to free PTs from having to install multiple softwares that don’t play well together. Over the years the software was built and rolled out to many facilities in the Eastern United States. The system started out to enable seamless and simple practice management, the principle of simplicity can be seen on every single feature of the program.
Danielle is a PT practicing at Western Massachusetts Physical Therapy and a professor at… Read More
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What our clients say about us
Apollo Practice Management System has given me valuable tools to manage accounts receivable, referral management, documentation and scheduling. I have been able to be more efficient with my marketing dollars, and collections efforts. Coupled with responsive technical support, it is a product I would recommend to anyone who is looking to get a clearer picture of their business.
Our clinic has been using Apollo Practice Management Software for the past 2 years. The program is straightforward, efficient, and easy to understand. The learning curve for my staff was a matter of days vs. weeks. Phone support for any problems that might arise is promptly handled and resolved within 1-4 hours. The recent changes in Medicare billing requirements easily interfaced with the software without any delay in billing or workflow.
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