Have you ever wondered what success tips nurse practitioner business owners would share with you? Well, here they are. I recently asked Nurse Practitioner business owners to share some of their top success tips for those who are thinking about starting and growing their own practices. So in this episode of the NP Business Matters Read More

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

Just thinking about getting audited puts some practice owners in a state of panic. These might be just some of the thoughts that worry them. So… best to meet the medical audit monster head-on and look it squarely in the eye. Because things we’re not familiar with tend to intimidate and scare us. But, once Read More

Professional liability insurance, also known as malpractice insurance, is a crucial component of protecting nurse practitioners (NPs) in their practice. Whether you’re a business owner or employed by someone else, having your own policy is essential. Even if your employer provides coverage, it’s important to evaluate the terms as it often prioritizes the interests of Read More

Why indeed am I talking about job hunting instead of how to start a practice? The short answer…because it matters. In this episode, my guest, Renee Dahring, APRN, FNP, FAANP, and I address a growing concern within the nurse practitioner (NP) community: the challenge of finding employment for both new and seasoned NPs. While I Read More