Setting up in Private Practice: Your first steps

This video presentation takes a look at starting up a private practice in podiatry and the steps you may need to go along the way.

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Setting up your first practice is a huge step and there are a number of steps you have to take to make sure you get exactly where you want to get and in the right direction from the beginning.

Your first decisions will shape what direction your practice heads in and its really important to be aware of the decisions that you may have to make in your first days, months, and years of opening your practice as they will define where your practice end up.

This short education piece is aimed at podiatrists who are thinking about setting up a practice, are new to private practice and practice owners who want to take a fresh look at where their business is headed. It covers a number of topics in quick succession and will give you the headlines of:

  • Business Structures
  • Choosing premises and making alterations
  • Marketing and Advertising: what’s the difference?
  • Creating a marketing pan that’s right for you
  • Must have and nice to haves
  • Policies & procedures
  • Creating a business plan
  • Cash flow forecasting
  • Equipment
  • Raising funding

The course consists of:

  • Video presentation by Tony Gavin

The video is 30 mins long and it is anticipated that you will need an extra 1.5 hours of study to further examine the topics covered and revisit the content.

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