How to Start a Pediatric Practice: 2019 NCE Follow-up
Starting an independent pediatric practice and taking a step on your own is a big move. There's so much to consider about opening a new practice that it can be hard to know where you should focus your energy and when. As you gain traction, learning who to partner with, and how to manage the future of your business can bring a whole new set of challenges.
Join Susanne Madden of The Verden Group and Chip Hart of PCC's Pediatric Solutions Group to learn about the key areas any pediatrician should be focusing on when they're starting their own practice.
In this informal Q&A, Chip and Susanne cover:
- How to hire partners and staff the right way
- What's important in your business plan
- Common pitfalls of startup practices
- How to evaluate partners and vendors who will support your practice
Whether you are thinking of taking steps into creating your own business or are a new pediatrician, be sure to check out Susanne and Chip's top tips for startup practices.
About Susanne Madden
Susanne Madden is founder and CEO of The Verden Group, a consulting firm founded to help practices navigate through the increasingly complex business of healthcare. Prior to founding Verden, she spent several years as an independent healthcare consultant specializing in business development, revenue cycle remediation, vendor management and process improvement.
About Chip Hart
For nearly 30 years, Chip has helped hundreds of pediatricians increase their clinical and financial health as part of PCC’s consulting practice. He has conducted many successful insurance contract negotiations on behalf of his clients and worked as a consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the AAP Section of Administration and Practice Management (SOAPM).