Start Up Support

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Knowing and overseeing the numerous details required for a successful medical practice start up is not the only key to success. The key is to achieve the tasks in the proper sequence and to know which tasks are to be completed before others. This helps keep your start-up on schedule, avoids costly delays, and prevents you from delaying important decisions that impact profits. Since 2002, our team has helped physicians nationwide launch successful vein and vascular medical practices, and we have refined the process to help ensure a successful practice start-up.

Our role is to:

  • Guide, consult and supervise each step of your practice start up
  • Ensure that all tasks are successfully completed on deadline, so the opening of your new practice progresses smoothly
  • Help keep start-up costs within budget without sacrificing quality
  • Identify additional opportunities to enhance and augment your practice revenue beyond your core practice services

How it works

Our experienced staff have successfully opened Vein and Vascular practices nationwide across many different specialties and facility types. They have a wealth of experience and knowledge in knowing what needs to be done and when. We work with you to create a custom timeline which helps ensure a successful start to your new practice.

Your dedicated Practice Development Consultant is there with you each step of the way. In addition, our start-up consultants have previous experience managing and running medical practices (both large and small). This gives them real world insight into what is actually involved in running a practice on a daily basis. Their years of experience also allows them to assess your real needs so that you are able to stay within budget and control those initial start-up costs.

DISCOVER OPPORTUNITIES
THAT EXIST WITHIN
YOUR PRACTICE!

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