LIVE CLASS: Phase 1: Get READY!
All the first steps to start your own practice, from square one!
-Choose a practice name
-Register name with your state
-Create a logo
-Find rental space (if not home-based)
-Decorate rental space (within a budget)
-Apply for an Employer Identification Number
-Apply for an Individual NPI/Group NPI
-Purchase Liability Insurance
-Decide on a phone/fax service
-Create an email account
-Purchase a website domain
-Create a landing page website
-Order business cards
-Open a small business bank account
-Create a credit card processing account
You will receive recordings of any courses that you cannot attend in person.
A note to the Participant or Purchaser:
While the information contained in these courses and products is accurate and up to date to the best of our knowledge, state and federal laws vary greatly and change frequently, with each discipline and insurance contract also having its own set of unique rules. Additionally, there are tax and informational filings that you may be required to make with your federal and state agencies. The information contained in this book is intended to be a guide, with the understanding that it is the reader’s responsibility to consult his or her attorney, accountant, insurance contracts, state department of business, and state and national licensure laws and requirements in order to conform to current state and federal laws and regulations as they relate to his or her scope of practice and licensure mandates. Susie Curtis and Kristen Goodrich of Ready, Set, Treat!, LLC assume no responsibility for omissions, errors, inaccuracies, or any inconsistencies herein. This publication is not intended for use as a source of legal or accounting advice.
The Purchaser or Reader of this publication assumes responsibility for the use of this information. Adherence to all applicable laws and regulations, federal, state, and local governing professional licensing, business practices, and all other aspects of doing business in the United States is the sole responsibility of the Purchaser or Participant. Any perceived slights of people or organizations are unintentional.