A More Powerful Private Practice Design

There are some key strategies that both private practice veterans and new grads alike can all benefit from. Being a consultant is a whole lot like being a detective, I imagine. I spend a whole lot of time looking at situations gone wrong too. Both business and, of course, personal issues are common to us…

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Survey Your Way to a Stronger Private Practice

One of the most important things to do in any business—private practice is no exception—is to periodically survey those who frequent your business. The sure way to making this worth every moment of your time is to carefully consider the responses, and what possible services you will add or remove from your private practice.

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Are You Doing Everything You Can to Promote YOUR Private Practice?

One of the biggest challenges that many forget who attempt to specialize in private practice is how focused and targeted their marketing needs to be. And this is simply because too many private practice owners believe that “anyone” is their patient.

And this is simply because too many private practice owners believe that “anyone” is their patient.

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Are Success And Failure Habits? Yes!

Here’s the deal. Sociologists and human performance experts now know that our personal habits most especially our diet, exercise, and stress control are predictors of other successful habits more so than any other basic human functions. Identifying these key or core basic habits of private practice owners goes along way towards helping us become successful more than any other single effort.

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What can I do today to prepare for the future of my Private Healthcare Practice?

Perhaps the most critical thing that too many private practice owners have failed to recognize is that the way patients communicate both with one another and other providers is vastly different than ever before.

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What Do You Like Least About Practice…and why you should be doing this first!

I find there is at least one thing clinicians intensely dislike about private practice. This usually centers around staffing, marketing but more often than not, confronting patients about compliance, and of course money.

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