Clear Health Media launched practiceDNA to fill the lack of business knowledge many practitioners have as they graduate from their professional training.
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Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Clear Health Media, a leading provider of healthcare practice tools and solutions, today announced the launch of the practiceDNA podcast series. Clear Health Media launched practiceDNA to fill the lack of business knowledge many practitioners have as they graduate from their professional training.
Practitioners frequently graduate from their courses knowing how to practice their profession, but having no idea about getting started or on the business aspects of running a successful practice. The practiceDNA podcast answers these problems in an easily digestible format.
The podcast shares the host's, Dr Matthew Holmes, business experience. Dr Holmes is a chiropractor with 18 years in practice. He has run single and multi practitioner clinics, as well as single and multi-clinic practices. Along the way he has worked in clinics containing just Chiropractors as well as practices with GPs, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Naturopaths and Myotherapists.
In addition to working in private practice, Dr Holmes has over six years experience as a clinical educator and sessional lecturer and tutor at RMIT University. He brings this teaching experience along with his business experience to create a podcast that is aimed at final year students and new graduates, but also contains something for more experienced practitioners as well.
To date, practiceDNA features these episodes:
Employed or Self-Employed?
From both the employee and practice owner’s perspective. Starting with an introduction to practiceDNA, the podcast then looks at self employed and employed status from both the employee and practice owner’s perspective, enabling the listener to decide which is right for them.
How Can I Be Sure I'm Self-Employed?
Once you have decided to be self-employed, you need to ensure you meet the criteria the tax office will apply. This episode reviews them in detail.
8 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Start Your Own Practice
Starting your own practice is a great thing, but it is not for everyone. Make an informed choice by listening to this episode.
Other episodes include:
Bootstrapping or Funded - Practice Start Up Models
What Business Structure is Right for Your Practice?
practiceDNA can be easily accessed and consumed in a number of ways.
Listen to the podcast directly at the practicedna.com website using the inbuilt player.
Download the podcast from the practicedna.com website for listening later by right clicking on the "Download" link under the podcast and selecting "Save As".
Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes by searching for "practiceDNA".
Listen via Stitcher (http://www.practicedna.com/stitcher)
The podcast is not a hyped up practice building session, but gives practitioners genuine advice on getting started in practice, and how to do their day to day practice management. Visit http://www.practicedna.com to get started.