Asessing a practice:
- what is important to you in a practice.
- what to look for in a practice area.
- what to look for in a practice environment.
- potential ptfalls of the dael.
Estabilishing relationship with in the hospital:
- OR staffs.
- Do straight forward cases initially.
- Leave yourself plenty of time.
- Be patient with your staff.
- Administration, marketing consultant, physician referral services are some of the ways in which a hospital can help you
build your practice.
- Unit staff can be important referral source, cultivate a healthy relationship.
Building relationships with in the practice:
- Remember you are the new kid on the block.
- Office ethics are paramount in a long term carrier.
- Credentialing, giving due credits to your referral source will go a long way in building your practice.
- Coding and buisness side of the practice are equally important.
Estabilishing a relationship with reffering physicians and community:
Develop referral relationship with potential referres:
- General Practitioners.
- Staff at Hospital.
- Worker Compensation managers, government referrals.
- Word of mouth.
- Public at large.
- Most importantly develop a relationship with your patients.
Remember 4 A's:
- Advocating for the patients.
- partnering with Hospitals.
- Growing your Buisness.
- Enhancing your training skills.
- Organising tyour thought and tools.
- Objective identification of pro's and con's of each potential practice.
- Involving your family.
- Having an attorney review your contract and talk with administration about the compensation package, over head obligations,
and future increments.
Every action should be able to pass a 'front page test': That is pass thorough scrutiny of public, media, government
and your own conscience.
Always err on the conservative side.
Do what you know and know what you do...