Starting a Practice

The Decision to Start a Practice – Part 2
starting a new dermatology practiceIn part 2 of this series, Dr. Zalla discusses the following aspects of starting a new dermatology practice: Buying an existing practice or building your own space How long construction should take Working with general contractors and architects Office equipment: buy or lease Recruiting the right people Buying an Existing Practice or Building Your Own Space While the …
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Starting a Solo Practice
private practiceThe evolving healthcare environment has led to a decrease in the percentage of dermatologists in solo private practice, dropping from 44% in 2007 to 35% in 2014.1 However, if you decide that solo practice is the right fit for you,2 it can still be done! You matched in dermatology; therefore, you have more than enough ability to run a private practice. Six years into solo practice, the best piece o …
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I Wish I Had Known: Financial Planning
financial planningTwo factors in retrospect that I wish I would've had greater insight into both revolve around financial planning. It's difficult to know upon entering residency, and then transitioning into practice, how some very basic decisions will impact your financial well-being 10, 20, 30, and 40 years down the road as one looks to retire. First, with respect to financial planning related to the practice, I …
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