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The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Oct 14, 2018

Jim Hoyme comes on HETPodcast for an in-depth discussion into leadership in healthcare discussing where we are from a leadership perspective in physical therapy, how can we foster leadership in students and ourselves, and so much more valuable information that everyone needs to hear.


"Mindset: The New Psychology of Success" by Carol Dweck: 

 "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance" by Angela Duckworth: 

"Know Your Worth, Then Ask For It" TED Talk by Casey Brown 

 "10 Ways to Have A Better Conversation" TED Talk by Celeste Headlee: 


Jim's Interview on the Profiles in Leadership Podcast



  • 3 short articles on Leadership and Millennials

"5 Ways To Lead in an Era of Constant Change" TED Talk by Jim Hemerling:

Clifton Strengths Finder: 

StrengthFinders 2.0 Book: 

Jim's Email Address: 

Jim's Twitter Page: 

Jim's LinkedIn Page:  

Therapy Partners Website: 

Leadership Edge Program: 

Therapy Partner's Twitter Page: 

NGage PT's Twitter Page: 

The PT Hustle Website: 

Schedule an Appointment with Kyle Rice:   

Anywhere Healthcare: (code: HET)

Jim Hoyme is the CEO of Therapy Partners which is an MSO for independent therapy partners. He is also a partner in OSI Physical Therapy, a highly successful private practice in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. Jim received his bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD, his PT degree for the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR and his MBA-with a focus on organizational leadership from Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. Jim has been very active in the American Physical Therapy Association and has served in various leadership roles in the Minnesota Physical Therapy Association. He has served on the MN Department of Labor’s Medical Services Review Board and MinnHealth Clinical Guidelines Committee for MSK Pain. He also teaches the Leadership Edge program at 5 universities and to a number of therapy and medical practices.