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After years of school and maybe even after some years of practice, you are ready to do it on your own.
Running a profitable business takes more than just being a great doctor. Start Your Own Medical Practice provides you with the knowledge to be both a great doctor and a successful business owner.
Whether you are looking to open a single practice office or wanting to go into partnership with other colleagues, picking the right location, hiring the right support staff and taking care of all the finances are not easy tasks. With help from Start Your Own Medical Practice, you can be sure you are making the best decisions for success.
Don't let a wrong choice slow down your progress. Find advice to:
--Create a Business Plan
--Manage the Office
--Bill Your Patients
--Market Your Practice
--Build a Patient Base
--Prevent Malpractice Suits
--Keep an Eye on the Goal
With checklists, sample letters and doctor's office forms, Start Your Own Medical Practice teaches you all the things they didn't in medical school and gives you the confidence to go out and do it on your own.
|Series:||Open for Business Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)|
About the Author
He is cofounder of an alternative dispute resolution company and served as its president from 1996 to 2001. He has successfully conducted over 2,800 mediations on the subjects of construction, business, employment, insurance, bad faith, personal injury, eminent domain, malpractice, real estate, homeowners association, and many others.
Judge Huss received his JD degree from the University of Southern California School of Law. As a captain in the United States Naval Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps, he specialized in the law of war. He founded a law firm in downtown Los Angeles, and he is now of counsel to the firm. Having been an associate and partner in small, medium, and large firms, as well as founding one himself, Judge Huss is well qualified to share insights and experiences that will benefit professionals who want to start a firm themselves.
Judge Huss is a coauthor with Marlene Coleman, M.D. of Homeowners Association and You; The Ultimate Guide to Harmonious Community Living and the author of Start Your Own Law Practice, and the audiotape, "Winning Ways in Court."
Dr.Marlene Coleman is a board-certified Pediatrician practicing in Newport Beach, California for over twenty-five years. Her subspecialty is in travel and adolescent medicine. She was honored as one of the Top Pediatricians in American for 20042005.
Dr.Coleman received her MD degree from the University of California at Irvis School of Medicine and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC), where for over fifteen years she taught freshman medical students "Introduction to Clinical Medicine" and produced the audio tape, "Enjoying Your Practice of Medicine." She is also an attending physician at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech), employing her skills toward keeping students healthy as they study, lecture, and travel all over the world.
She serves on the Board of Trustees and Quality Review Board for the Cooperative of American Physicians/Mutual Protection Trust, a medical malpractice cooperative. As a Captain in the U.S. Naval Reserve Medical Corps, Dr.Coleman served in Washington, D.C., at the Navy Annex to the Pentagon.
She is the author of many articles and two books, Safe and Sound, Healthy Travel with Children, and a coauthor with Judge William Huss of Homeowners Associations and You; The Ultimate Guide to Harmonious Community Living.
Dr.Coleman's broad experience in medicine and medical liability management enables her to give a great deal of insight to those starting their practice.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a clear and concise book that is well-laid-out. It is good for a medical student or for a resident / fellow more than one year away from starting a practice. It does not have enough detail, however, about taxes, permits and laws to get one through the actual nuts-and-bolts of starting a practice.