Category Archives: Business Considerations

The Dos and Don’ts of Patient Outreach

As medical practices become more and more concerned with profit margins, and new healthcare plans surge forward, it’s essential for [...]

Marketing My Practice Through Social Media – Taking the Risk

Social media is an attractive avenue for marketing for anyone in business and it can also be effective for healthcare professionals. It [...]

Contracts – Hold Harmless Clauses

… During the course of practicing the profession, therapists and counselors from time to time enter into written contracts or [...]

Fictitious Business Names

… Do not use a fictitious business name (d/b/a) that is false, misleading, or deceptive. While this statement is easily understood, [...]

UPON “RETIREMENT” – SHOULD YOU STAY LICENSED AND INSURED?

… Once again a reader has asked me to write about a particular subject, and it is one that most practitioners face and that many will [...]

Antitrust – A Variety of Concerns

Most mental health practitioners are likely not aware of the ins and outs of state and federal antitrust laws – and how these laws may [...]

DISCLOSURE TO PATIENTS – “NO COURT FOR ME” (?)

Every so often I am told by a mental health professional that somewhere in their disclosure document, their written policy statement, [...]

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