Nate Foreman founded Foreman Therapy Services about five years ago, and has since built one of the fastest-growing companies in North Texas. But it was 2016 that brought along a whole new gamut of challenges. Read more…
“Old school technology — calling, texting, email — may make up the backbone of communications between staffing firms and workers, but Foreman Therapy Services was thinking differently.
The Dallas-based company wanted something more efficient when communicating with its therapists working out in the field.
Foreman Therapy Services provides therapists to home health agencies, and those therapists travel to patients’ homes to do their work. Traditionally, a scheduler would have to assign a therapist after looking at a map and then contact the therapist via calling, text or email and wait for a response.
The company’s solution is an app that finds that determines the best therapists that includes considerations such as location of the therapist and skills and then lets therapists choose where they want to work and allows them to accept or decline an offer.” Read more…
“An app developed by Foreman Therapy Services that streamlines communication between home healthcare firms and service providers received the second annual Innovation Award on Wednesday at the Healthcare Staffing Summit in Washington.” Read more…
Foreman Therapy Services has been recognized as one of the 100 fastest growing companies in the Dallas area by the Caruth Institute at SMU Cox School of Business for 2016 and 2015.
2015 Recipients – 2016 Recipients
Small Is Big – Growth Therapy
“Nate Foreman had no intention of starting a staffing firm when he graduated from University of Texas Southwestern’s physical therapy program in 2009. But two years later, he did just that when he began Foreman Therapy Services…” Click HERE to read the full article.
BY DANIELLE ABRIL / email@example.com / 214-706-7123 / @DBJDanielle
Nate Foreman admittedly knew next to nothing about running a business when he started his own home care physical therapy staffing company in 2011. He was just two years out of physical therapy school with $50,000 in school loans and only $10,000 to his name. But Foreman had vision: he thought that he could make his mark in the physical therapy sector... Read More