Creating Private Practice Policies that work for you: get some help!

There’s compliance with federal laws of course state laws, which vary greatly and change from time to time. Nonetheless we still encounter in private consulting private practices who are walking a fine line either with made up for antiquated policies.

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New Year's Resolutions for Your Private Practice – Part 5

And finally, the last two suggestions for making this the best year your practice has ever seen: Be a perpetual student You don’t have to break the bank on continuing education but you do have to continue to learn.  Business today is changing constantly – not just in the health care field but in marketing,…

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Harnessing the Power of Private Practice Email – Part 2

You can also use the power of email for: 1. Sharing Good News When you have a patient with a particularly outstanding outcome, ask them for a testimonial and if they are willing to let you share their results with other patients.  Few things will ever build confidence in your practice faster than the timeless…

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'I like his stuff but I hardly know this guy…'

For 9 months, every movement was constant pain. During this time, I showed up in the office as the coach, every day except for the hospital admission. Spent half the days or more, between MRIs, EPs, neurosurgical and neurology consults on my back, in my office. More on that another time.

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