7 Deadly Mistakes Made By New Practice Startups

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44. Onboarding New Patients in Your Speech Therapy Private Practice

Converting new referrals into weekly patients can be very exciting in your speech therapy private practice, but if done incorrectly, it can cost you big time in the form of lost revenue, unnecessary wasted time and most importantly poor patient satisfaction. In this episode, I answer some recent listener questions about non-therapist clinic ownership and […]

42. Interview with Roy Harmon, Fusion Web Clinic

In Episode 42, I speak with Roy Harmon over at Fusion Web Clinic and discuss the ins and outs of a speech therapy private practice.  There many advantages to owning your own private practice, but there are some negatives, too.  All of these aspects are discussed in this interview. Fusion Web Clinic also has a […]

40. Insurance Companies Pay on Their Own Time

When we have our own speech therapy private practice, we work for our patients. In order to stay in business, we must receive patient co-pays, deductibles and co-insurances as payment at the time of service. If claims are to be billed out to TPL, Medicaid or Medicare, these claims must be timely and clean in […]

39. Press “GO” and Be Consistently Good

Let’s face it, many SLP’s worry about perfection. They want everything to be just right, families to like them all of the time, kids to come into the treatment all happy and leave excited, etc. Well, being perfect doesn’t exists – But being GOOD does! When starting out in this journey of speech therapy private […]