Purchasing a practice is one way in which nurse practitioners and other clinicians will start a practice. However, unless you approach it with eyes wide open and the appropriate professionals at your side, you may find it was not the wisest of choices for you. In episode #82 of the NP Business Matters podcast, I Read More

Business, markets, and customer demand are constantly changing. To stay in business and maintain a competitive edge, it’s critical to adapt to these changes, no matter where you are on your entrepreneurial journey.   Recently, I posted a poll in the “Nurse Practitioners in Business” Facebook Group, asking, “How long have you been in business?” Read More

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If you are not sure if you are an independent contractor or not, don’t worry, you are not alone. Employment laws are not always clear, and as I examine both the IRS 20-point checklist as well as the ABC rules which should simplify things, you’ll see that for Nurse Practitioners, it’s full of grayness. Let’s Read More

The healthcare landscape is evolving, with nurse practitioners (NPs) pioneering a diverse range of practice models, from insurance-billing entities to cash-only ventures. Amid these choices, a pivotal question emerges: What’s the significance of a corporate National Provider Identifier (NPI-2) for NPs, irrespective of their billing approach? Here is the summary follows below. However, you may Read More

Ever wonder why people turn to mentorship instead of figuring things out on their own? Without a doubt, self-learning and problem-solving are essential skills to develop and practice. And for the most part, that’s how we learn and develop as children and as adults. At the same time, however, while mentorship may seem luxurious and Read More