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

Recently an NPBO Member shared with me a report on Medicare Advantage plans and the increasing amount of prior authorizations that are being required with Advantage plans. But that is just one disadvantage of these plans… If you, a family member, or a friend receive Medicare, you’re well aware of the uptick in marketing (aggressive Read More

When it comes to medical equipment, the cost is a major factor to consider. Used medical equipment can be an excellent option for nurse practitioners just getting started in their own practice as well as established practice owners. The upside to purchasing used equipment is that you can save money without sacrificing quality. Used medical Read More