I think the fear for many practices when they are first getting started is how they are going to pay their bills. Often we are not quite sure how many patients are going to come through the doors, how long it’ll take for the insurance companies to pay us, and if there will be enough …
I received this email from an NP business “neighbor”. I currently have ads in the same book (though different county). We’ve not heard anything about this, however, our books come out in April. This step will have significant consequences for all of us.
Here is another email question I received from an NP in New York State. I practiced only a short time in NY,
I received this email recently and got permission from the NP to republish this. In a second email, one of the things she mentioned is the need to educate and re-educate the public in what we do. I’m sure everyone can relate…it is never
Today I received an email from a NP who is looking at starting up her practice in a community a few hours away from me.Â One of her questions to be is about taking call.
Several months ago, I wrote an article – Business Nuts and Bolts – that was published this week in Advance for Nurse Practitioners.
When we start out thinking about building a practice, sometimes we have on rose colored glasses. We think of all sorts of wonderful things, sometimes glossing over the negative items.. Anyone will tell you that is the worst way to start a business.