(PRWEB) November 16, 2004
In order to have true independence and freedom, your private practice must maximize reinbursement, have consistent new referrals, and must not require long hours and late nights. Your practice should make you a lot of money with excellent patient satisfaction automatically regardless of you being there or not.
The fact-of-the-matter is that building a successful private practice is much like building a house. Since you've never done it before you can't really expect to know how. You may know enough to buy concrete, lumber, drywall, nails, etcetera but when it comes time to putting it all together, without a blueprint (the know how) can you expect to succeed?
Okay, for those who are very handy and resourceful, you may get the foundation and framing started, but getting everything else to fit right and be sturdy...no way! At some point you'll realize the need for a detailed professional plan. We offer you the blueprint to private practice success in physical therapy,
Anyone can teach you how to maximize reimbursement or teach you about billing codes, heck, we teach you that too, but building a practice for real success goes way beyond that. It involves laying a strong foundation of consistent new referral flow, positive cash flow, and quality patient treatment flow, automatically.
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