Getting Started in Your Own Practice to be held on Sunday, April 25, 2010 at 5:00 pm PST.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 21, 2010 -- Within the next few years, nearly 32 million Americans will gain health insurance, therefore the health care over haul is putting more money towards nurse-managed clinics. Nurse Practitioner Business Owner (NPBO), the leading online community for Nurse Practitioners, announces an opportunity for Nurse Practitioners interested in owning their own practice to participate in a no-charge teleseminar on Sunday, April 25, at 5:00 PM PST. The teleseminar, "Getting Started in Your OWN Practice," hosted by NP business owner expert, Barbara C. Phillips, NP, will take participants through the steps to open their own office with as little stress, drama and cash as possible.
“Since 2006 , I’ve been writing and teaching Nurse Practitioners (and some wonderful PAs) about practice startup, business development and marketing,” said Barbara C. Phillips, NP, and founder of Nurse Practitioner Business Owner. “I consistently receive emails, web messages, phone calls and even snail mail with questions about starting a business, this class will answer many of those questions!” said Ms. Phillips.
"Getting Started in Your OWN Practice" will cover:
With a looming shortage of primary care physicians, now is the time for Nurse Practitioners to gain valuable information to successfully open and manage their own practice.
About Nurse Practitioner Business Owner
Founded in 2008, Nurse Practitioner Business Owner is an online community specifically designed for Nurse Practitioners exploring, starting or building their own business. NPBO includes practical business information as well as expert advice from the nation’s top NP business owners. For more information about the Nurse Practitioner Business Owner community, visit its website at NursePractitionerBusinessOwner.com.
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