Expert advice and thoughts on best practices, professional obligations and clinical practice tools, that have an impact in managing and growing and independent practice.
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In the modern-day and age, having an online presence is important for the success of any business. The vast majority of customers and clients search a business online and get their first impression of your independent practice through your social media accounts and website.
8 Ways In which Adopting Electronic Invoicing Can Significantly Impact Your Practice and The Way You Care For Your Clients
Invoicing is an integral part of any solo practitioner clinic, however, there is no reason why you should be investing hours of your own precious time in it or investing funds that you may not have at hand to pay someone else to keep track of your financials.
During these uncertain times, more so than normal it is comforting to be able to rely on a consistent and dependable scheduling system for your business.
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Unfortunately, due to the spread of COVID-19 and the resulting periods of lockdown and quarantine, the working world has been forced to adjust to a ‘new normal’.
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Is Your Independent Practice Set To Provide Care Without Risking The Health Of Your Clients And Yours During COVID-19?
The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and although progress is taking place, there are still important considerations that solo practitioners need to consider as we enter a kind of New Normal.
When times are good, borrowing money to grow your business is a great way to expand more quickly with the benefit of a tax-deductible loan interest payment.
Tax law changes that took place last year in Canada, have impacted how business owners need to handle money they retain inside their company.
One important question that many independent practitioners ask, especially during these COVID-19 times, is ‘do I need additional protection?’
For many of us understanding how to manage patient data as a business and as regulated professionals at the same time, could be difficult.
When it comes to working as a solo practitioner in these testing COVID-19 times, it is important to ensure that you have all bases of your business covered.
Managing through change: what to consider when resuming provision of care in the community during COVID-19
As British Columbia is preparing to gradually reopen the province, The Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has announced that registrants can begin to resume in-person practice in a way that promotes safe care to patients and continues to prevent the spread of the virus.
How to Better Engage Your Clients By Leveraging Technology: Reputation Management is key to converting new patients.
As provision of healthcare is moving from a hospital setting to community settings, how do you make sure your independent practice stand out?
As solo practitioners, It is our job to figure out the best ways to gather new leads and convert them into clients who come back year after year. It’s never been an easy job, and it seems to get more difficult each year as competition increases, technology changes, and new regulations are introduced.
By taking the time now to update your healthcare marketing strategy, you can help your practice stay ahead of the competition.
When marketing your services as a solo practitioner, you want to advertise your services in a way that you stand out; you want to create attractive advertising that makes prospect clients request your services. However, a word of caution is needed here; there are certain expectations regarding your qualification and regulatory requirements that you must adhere to when advertising.
The numbers of qualified nursing staff choosing to work in entrepreneurial positions are increasing, so marketing your services in a way that shows your professionalism is vital to success. The need to plan and have detailed plans laid out is particularly important when your business is involved in health care.
One of the best ways to ensure you work hours that suit your lifestyle, is to become self-employed. As a self-regulated professional, deciding on how to market yourself, may be one of most challenging elements that will probably take you out of your comfort zone. To learn more about this topic, please check our post on what to consider when marketing your business here.
Care is required when marketing your self-employed business to advertise your services. As a regulated professional, use your title in a way that does not damage the integrity of your profession or mislead clients in any way.
The nurse-client relationship is one of immense trust and responsibility and must always focus on the needs of the client. As well as the rules regarding dignity, consent, confidentiality and clinical ethics, the area of professional boundaries is an essential consideration for solo practitioners
As we have become increasingly aware of the power of external factors to influence interpretation and reasoning—and the possibility that these external factors may undermine objectivity—Regulated Professionals have begun to pay more attention to conflicts of interest.
Working as a self-employed healthcare practitioner is exciting and liberating. You can take control of your hours and have the flexibility you might not have if you were employed at a hospital or facility.