Do you ever find yourself looking over the fence? You’re not the only private practice owner that gets a little envious of larger, perhaps wealthier practices. However, now is the time to turn the tables and make YOUR practice the object of envy.
Between denials and decreasing reimbursements, it may seem inevitable that your private practice will start making less and less money. However, this doesn’t have to be the case.
Tags: Ancillary services, Compliance, hospital contracts, Reputation Management, Reimbursements, Competition, Physical Therapy, Business, Private Practice, National contracts, insurance contracts, payer contracts, negotiating insurance contracts
After years of frustration having no answer to help imbalanced and dizzy patients, Dr. Chip Hebert has now opened a state-of-the-art clinic in Lafayette, LA with diagnostic testing and treatment, staffed by a well-trained and seasoned team of providers. There’s nothing else like it in his area, and below, he shares what it’s doing for both his business and his patients.
Independent otolaryngologists all over the country are struggling to compete with the hospitals, and it’s showing in the statistics. The number of self-employed physicians is decreasing year over year.
Private practice physical therapy is always in high demand, but there is still a great deal of competition.
For those of you attending PPS in Chicago November 1st – 4th, you can attend an exclusive event, PT Revolution, in congruence with PPS on November 4th that you don’t want to miss… (if seating is still available).
As a practicing audiologist/hearing care specialist, it’s clear you’re serious about helping your patients. As a business owner, sometimes it’s difficult to focus on being a business owner while helping your patients at the same time. You may have 5, 10, 15… 100 irons in the fire at any given time.
You Don’t Have To Live With Constant Stress & Tension Dealing With Declining Reimbursements & Increased Competition!
Big box retailers continue increasing their offerings by taking advantage of their fluorescent lighted, high ceiling, near endless retail space and monster purchasing power.