A new buzzing topic in nutrition is telehealth. Through a variety of platforms, as a practitioner, you can now meet with your patients virtually! A natural next step for healthcare in the digital age, telehealth is a great opportunity to expand your business and increase access to needed nutrition counseling services.
Accepting insurance on behalf of your clients is a great means of growing your revenue. It opens up your ability to counsel more nutrition clients who may not be able to afford to see you otherwise. Accepting insurance also lands your business in your insurance company's provider directory – opening up a multitude of referral possibilities!
We’re thrilled for you – you’ve decided to bring on a new RDN or CNS! Your private practice is growing by leaps and bounds. Earlier, we covered considerations for making a new hire, plus legal and tax implications to review. Today, we’d like to address how Healthy Bytes can help you ease your new RDN into insurance and billing.
If you’re thinking about bringing on a new RDN or CNS, here are considerations for making a new hire – think about your growth goals, budget, whether to hire someone full or part-time, and how to find a good match for your private practice.
Are you finding yourself turning away clients because your schedule is booked through October? If you are, that’s incredible! Your nutrition counseling services are in demand! Perhaps you’re wishing you didn’t have to turn them away, however. Is it time to hire another RDN or CNS?
Hiring an employee, a partner, a colleague – is a big step. Here are a few things to consider