Moulding Private Practice
One of major concerns by most healthcare practitioners in private practice is the lack of business education and training. We often get comments like ‘we wish we received this training when we were studying’.
This is the business course that you were missing when you started your private practice…
We’ve taken all our experience of building a practice management software for healthcare practitioners, and then working with many practitioners on their private practice in all aspects of their private practices (using the IsoForge product), and put that experience and education into a 10 module online course that is guaranteed to give you better insight in terms of starting, managing and growing a private practice.
As opposed to most business training that is available, the Moulding Private Practice course will not only give you the theory of WHAT needs to be done for each business function in your private practice, but also the HOW and WHY these functions need to be complete.
By going through the Moulding Private Practice course, and using the Practice Management Tools that we recommend, you don’t need to rely on a team like the KITRIN IsoForge one in order to manage your private practice.
This sounds crazy for most most of our clients…
Why would we give this training away?
Because we’re more interested in being the support structure behind your private practice, rather than you being 100% dependant on us doing all the functions for you.
Pricing Option #1
Online Course + Practice Management Support and Mentorship
R950 once-off, R390 per month
Pricing Option #2
Online Course Only
What Is Included in the Online Practice Management Course?
All modules will address the lifecycle of a private practice – ie. starting, managing and growing a private practice.
Module #1 :: Strategy and Mapping Out Your Life Journey
Learn how to formulate a strategy for your private practice, and map this through your own life journey. Having this place makes it easier to manage and track your progress, while reducing your stress tremendously.
Module #2 :: Ethical Considerations
Being a healthcare practitioner comes with restrictions on how you approach the business side of your private practice. We outline some of the ethical considerations we have uncovered which you need to avoid.
Module #3 :: Marketing Considerations
This is the most ignored and misunderstood topic for most practitioners. We will outline simple and cost-effective strategies to build the referrals in your private practice.
Module #4 :: Legal Considerations
All aspects of your private practice will touch on some legal requirements that you need to comply with. We discuss most of these and offer clear strategies to make sure that you have this covered in your private practice.
Module #5 :: People and Human Resources Considerations
If you hire any person in your private practice (eg. a locum or receptionist), you need clear strategies on how you deal with those critical assets in your business.
Module #6 :: Processes and the Operational Functions
A business is made up of key processes and operational functions. It is what keeps the business working. You need to know what these are, and how you should approach each of these.
Module #7 :: Billing and Financials
The billing and financial function is the heartbeat of your private practice. If you don’t understand these functions, and you cannot get to grips with it’s complexity, you will be extremely stressed and the revenue in your private practice will not be great.
Module #8 :: Continuous Learning and Education
Being a healthcare practitioner means that you’re a very qualified individual. But your registration authority requires that you continually remain the best by stipulating annual continuous learning (using CPD points) that you need to comply with. We supplement this discussion with a general discussion around the importance of continuous education in your private practice.
Module #9 :: Private Practice Coaching
You don’t know what you don’t know. We find that there aren’t too many resources to healthcare practitioners to help them in the business side of their private practices. Yes, there are accountants, business coaches, etc. However, not many specialise in the actual work that healthcare practitioners need to accomplish on a daily basis in order to build successful private practices. We outline some strategies that you can use to get the correct coaching for your private practice.
Module #10 :: Tools and Resources
Without the tools and resources, you will be very busy doing many mundane and time-intensive activities. We outline some critical tools and resources that you need in your private practice.
Why Do You Need Private Practice Management Support and Mentorship?
You need a team that is dedicated to helping you in all aspects of your private practice. If you have this team already, that is amazing. But in our experience, most healthcare practitioners do not have this team or the list of experts to help them through issues they’re experiencing in their private practices.
By being one of our clients, you have a team that you can query or escalate anything related to your private practice. We will provide a response on each of these and also find the most appropriate solution (in cases where we need to do further research).
What Do We Offer with Our Practice Management Support and Mentorship?
We offer a weekly online webinar where we discuss an area of private practice management, along with responses to client queries that we received that week.
We also offer a support facility where you can log a query which we respond to.