The NP Business Matters Podcast – an Overview

It’s time to expand our talk about “The Business of Being a Nurse Practitioner”. I’m thrilled to bring you the NP Business Matters Podcast. This initial episode was created to give you an idea of what we will cover and to get your feedback about what you’d like to see. In the coming episodes of …

NPBM Podcast Guest FAQ

Thank you for scheduling your interview! Below you’ll find important additional details about the podcast, recording, and more. What is the NP Business Matters Podcast? The NP Business Business Matters Podcast addresses the business of being a nurse practitioner. This can include topics such as: Starting and growing a practice or other business Leadership Legislative …

Introducing: The SAGEClinician Podcast

I don’t know about you, but I’m often on the move. It’s hard to read when you are driving (really…not advised!), gardening or cooking. Thus, listening to audio through an iPod or other mobile device/smart phone for is great!  So…allow me to introduce The SAGEClinician Podcast! Who is a SAGE Clinician…you are Smart, Astute, Gutsy and …

Latrina Walden on Business & Education

Meet Latrina Walden. She is a nurse practitioner, educator, business owner, and former healthcare administrator. a healthcare administrator turned nurse practitioner. Her approach to business and education is different in that she came to nursing from that background of being a healthcare administrator is a highly regulated and understaffed area of healthcare. Listen in to …

How to Create a Financial Policy for your Practice

A solid financial policy will do wonders for your practice. It will guide you and your staff as well as your patients on how to do business with your practice. It can help stabilize your cash flow. And it can keep you in compliance. In this episode of the NP Business Matters podcast Barbara talk’s …

Insurance vs Cash Practice Pros and Cons on NPBusiness.ORG

Insurance vs Cash Practice Pros & Cons

Quite frequently in the public Facebook NP business group, the question comes up about starting a cash practice vs an insurance-based practice. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation and myths around one or the other. Neither is perfect and neither is bad. They are different animals if you will that practices need to learn …