Private Practice

How to successfully set-up and run a profitable private practice.

Top Reasons Why Face-to-Face Networking is Essential

How many times have you spoken to someone via email and felt a personal disconnect? We live in technologically advanced, social media thriving world, where much of our communication has moved online. While there are many advantages to virtual communication, it is often times immensely impersonal. This blog explores the most significant reasons why face-to-face networking is essential now more than ever.

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Top Networking Opportunities For Private Practice Dietitians

Networking is vital to the success of any private practice or business in general. This blog will delve further into some of the networking opportunities that are available to nutrition professionals. 

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The Importance of Networking & The Power it Holds

Networking is a form of communication, whether it be verbal or virtual, in which it allows you to promote and market yourself, your expertise in your specialty area, your brand, and your business. It also gives you the amazing ability to make connections, influence others and grow your clientele.

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10 Steps to Setting up a Thriving Nutrition Practice

Now that you’ve named your practice, what’s next?  This is where the challenging part begins.  There are several steps involved. Step 1- Register Your Business Depending on your selected business structure (read our blog for more info), you may need to file business registration.  We recommend consulting an accountant to obtain the right legal protocol […]

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Tips for Naming Your Nutrition Practice

A name says so much.  It can have a positive or a negative impact on your business.  We live in a world where names carry much meaning, so it’s a good rule of thumb to consider various aspects of your practice before moving forward with the process of creating a business name.  Below are a few questions […]

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The Best Business Structures For Private Nutrition Practices

If you are starting your own private practice, there are many factors to consider; practice location, website setup, marketing strategies, referral pathways…A crucial piece of the puzzle (and the topic of this blog post) is business structure. When examining business structures, you need to decide on what type will best fit your needs now, but also […]

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Four Easy Steps to Setting-up a Website for Your Practice

Creating a website for your practice is like setting up a virtual office for clients to visit.  While visiting your website, prospective clients can learn more information about your approach to nutrition and how to schedule appointments. However, many dietitians struggle to balance the administrative aspects of their business and their work with clients. How […]

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3 Ways Dietitians Can Increase Follow-Up Appointments

Today, it is common practice for providers to schedule a follow-up appointment before the client has even left the office. But that doesn’t stop the no-call, no-show clients who wreck your calendar and make rescheduling a hassle. So how do you put a stop to this lack of follow through? Explain the need for follow-ups […]

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How Choose to the Right HIPAA Compliant Email Provider For Your Private Practice

Kalix’s Messaging functionality allows you to securely communicate clients and contacts. But, when choosing your practice’s email provider, HIPAA Compliance must be at the top of your checklist for requirements.

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Using Technology to Manage Your Practice Part 2

I will look at example solutions that can assist with the management of a private practice. If you are looking to implementing a new technology or solution, investigate and evaluate the different options available first to make sure they meet your specific requirements. The clever use of technology can make the difference between having an effective and profitable practice and running one that isn’t…Technology can assist a practice to become more efficient, through automation and the removal of unprofitable and wasted time. But remember, use technology smartly.

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