Private practice remains for those of us who are fiercely independent, and refuse to bow to the status quo.
One of the biggest areas I see private practice owners get into trouble with is failing to understand all the areas and systems that are necessary to operate and manage profitably a private healthcare practice.
This includes entire variety of systems including HR, safety, compliance, record keeping, etc.,
At the end of the day it also includes combining your best clinical skills with effective marketing that draws precisely the type of patient you desire into your private practice.
And you know what? It is difficult work. That’s why private practice remains for those of us who are fiercely independent, and refuse to bow to the status quo. We’re the ones who decided to work outside the public system.
Recently, I have had a bigger glimpse of what lies ahead in private practice. As you probably know, neuropathy and chronic pain patients from outside the United States often contact us.
And as no surprise to us these patients are extremely frustrated with government mandated healthcare and regulations. Often times they tell me surly professionals who are trained to act like robots see them. No treatment outside a very narrow window is allowable or prescribed within these government-mandated systems.
Unfortunately, this is likely a glimpse of what lies ahead for United States.
That’s why it is more important than ever that you position yourself to effectively deal with these challenges now, before it’s too late. But I caution you not to wait too long.
The task that lies ahead is enormous in many respects, but not insurmountable.
Start today by doing a careful examination of precisely where your practices IS, and where you WANT it to be.
Remember, failure to plan right now, is in fact planning to fail.
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