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Starting A Medical Practice (Med Practice Made Perfect - Episode 07)

Starting a medical practice is a process rife with potential landmines. If caught off guard, hopeful practice owners may find themselves dealing with major delays, incurring fines, or experiencing significant revenue cycle issues down the road.

In this insightful podcast episode, we delve into some of the key intricacies of launching a successful medical practice while giving a broad overview of the process.

Host Tom Maher shares his valuable insights on the logistical planning, legal considerations, and financial aspects involved in starting a medical practice. From navigating regulatory hurdles to building a strong foundation for patient communications, this episode offers a helpful guide for aspiring medical practitioners looking to embark on their entrepreneurial journey.

Tom addresses key topics such as choosing and setting up a business entity, establishing effective patient communication strategies, and operational considerations such as office space and the hiring process. Whether you're a recent medical graduate or an experienced practitioner contemplating the shift to private practice, this podcast serves as an invaluable resource, offering actionable tips to empower healthcare professionals in realizing their goal of launching a thriving medical practice while avoiding common mistakes.

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About Tom Maher

As President and CEO of a growing organization in a complex industry, Tom Maher focuses on people: Practicefirst employees and clients. “You can’t have one without the other, and Practicefirst is successful because we take care of both.” He oversees a diverse and talented team of experienced professionals; whose collective mission is to maximize the value of their clients’ medical practices, so they can focus on the health and well-being of their patients.

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