While time is money, money is also money. Loving and living in your Direct Care practice does not have to mean spending more than you earn to keep the lights on. It does not require a massive startup budget. It requires some careful planning, and maybe a good spreadsheet or two! The best advice I can give is pick and choose what you NEED and start there. You can always add wants and maybes down the line.
Here is what you don’t need to keep your practice running smoothly:
What you do need to start is simple:
What you might need:
Your practice has to be right for YOU but taking baby steps when it comes to footing the bill is the smartest way to build a simple, sustainable practice without adding new burdens to your life.
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I am a Family Physician, wife to a doc, and mother of three with a mission to convince you as a doctor that you are worth more than the system is giving you and that you are already well-equipped to make a big change without adding more burdens! My passion is helping existing or start up Direct Care practices learn to troubleshoot, streamline, and simplify.