A new resource launches for nurse practitioners looking to start your own practice
If you are a Nurse Practitioner looking to start your own practice, then a new website could provide you with the information and advice you need to become a success. Starting an independent practice can be a daunting experience, and you will need a trusted resource to ensure you are able to remain focused and make a success of your endeavor. www.NursePractitionerBusinessOwner.com can be your trusted resource. So what exactly is NPBO and how can it help you? NPBO is a community of Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practice Nurses who are exploring, starting, and growing their very own businesses. At the website you will find articles, how tos, discussion groups, archives and more.
Barbara C. Phillips, NP from www.NursePractitionerBusinessOwner.com said “I hear it all the time... there is just no place to learn how to open a practice or start your own NP business. We certainly didn’t learn it in school! Well now here’s a place for you to get started. Inside, you’ll find all sorts of articles, checklists, procedures, and templates. Mastermind with other NP’s, listen to interviews from those who have gone before us. Best of all, you’ll be able to network with other like minded NP’s and industry experts in our private member forum. The hardest way to start and grow a business is alone. Now you don’t have to.”
This online resource really is a godsend for Nurse Practitioners looking to start their own practice. You truly will find everything in the one place. There is a Featured Resource section, which at the time of writing had a Home/Nursing Home super bill that allows you to capture charges to allow you to collect payment for your services. Also included in this section is a Nurse Practitioner Resource Directory and a Human Resource Pack. If you were to scour the internet looking for all these resources separately, it would take you hours if not days - presuming you could even find them at all.
Ms. Phillips adds “When we start a business or practice, we are usually experts in our chosen field. We know how to be healers, clinicians and teachers. We’ve spent years learning to become all of that and more. However, unless you got your MBA along with your Masters/Doctorate clinical degree, you may be in the dark about running a business. Business and Practice Management is about all of this. It’s about hiring staff, doing the billing and coding, getting credentialed with insurance companies (as well as having your own insurances), financial matters and more. It’s all the non-clinical stuff that we need to be involved in.”
If you have been looking to start your own practice, then you’ll notice that there is a lot more involved than one would first imagine. This however should not dishearten you, as running an independent practice can be a fruitful and rewarding experience. Nurse Practitioners have an opportunity to branch out on their own, however should ensure they are armed with the right information and expertise to make their own independent practice a successful and viable business venture. For more information about running your own independent nurse practitioner practice, please visit www.NursePractitionerBusinessOwner.com.
- Contact Information
- Barbara C. Phillips
- Website Owner
- Contact via E-mail
This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.
News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.