Every so often at Healthy Bytes, we provide you with various resources that could be of use to you during your nutrition counseling sessions. To date, we’ve shared sports nutrition, food allergies and intolerances, and eating disorders and body image issues resources, to name a few. Today we’re sharing information from our RDN friends on following a low FODMAP lifestyle, which can help individuals who are sensitive to Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols in their diets.
For those of you who are RDNs and dietitians-to-be with glimmers of opening up your own private practices in your eyes, this post is for you!
We invite you to spend some time with this post (set it as a bookmark, too!), as it contains numerous resources for launching your private practice.
Many of you are using sites such as HealthProfs, ZocDoc and Healthgrades as a means of marketing your services and sourcing new clients for your private practice. Well done! Let’s take a look at these three referral sources and share insight from RDNs about each, so that you can discern whether one (or several) might be helpful in growing your private practice.
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!
Earlier this week, we covered sourcing referrals from healthcare providers and how the referral process works. Today we want to distinguish between referrals and recommendations. Let’s dive in!