If you own your own practice
Or you are just starting the process of owning your own practice, you know just how expensive it can be.
New medical practices often don’t have a profit for 3-5 years.
It takes a long time to build a relationship with your patients and get your new practice established. You’ll have to negotiate rates with insurance companies and wait up to a year for the first payments to come in. Not to mention the expense of purchasing equipment and supplies.
With all this stress and the expense of starting a practice, many practitioners have turned to weekend jobs at hospitals, all while trying to provide the best care possible to their patients. But what if there was another way to provide revenue for your practice? A revenue source that benefits your patients, all while increasing your bottom line?
I’m here to tell you that there is.