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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by E. James Bodmer D.P.M., Apr 1, 2010.

  1. E. James Bodmer D.P.M.

    E. James Bodmer D.P.M. Welcome New Poster


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    I have a unique practice, in that, I see patients in their homes, in my homes/offices (in 2 locations), and part-time at an Urgent Care. I have 1 employee, my wife, that I have trained as a podiatric assistant. With minimal advertising, the practice has "taken off."
    The kids are grown and I sold my 2 offices in Arizona; a very busy practice after 25 years!
    The Positives:
    I have cut my overhead 30-40%.
    I am not tied-down to specific times at the office.
    I do not have employee hassles, such as, illness, health insurance, salary disputes, retirement plan qualifications, etc....
    I fax all insurances and patient info to my billing company.
    Sound good? It is for the right person. With "Obama Care" on its way, it might be right for you!
    Jim
     
  2. Hi Jim :welcome: to Podiatry Arena.

    You may want to post your discussion point in the USA forum, not everyone looks in this section, sounds like your enjoying the new life style .
     
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