What I Wish I Knew Before I Opened My Own Practice AC16 (.MP3)
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This panel addresses the various issues that a practitioner should consider when opening his or her own practice. Panelists will provide insightful tips and strategies for setting up a firm, staff management, and managing a practice. This panel, useful for both new and seasoned practitioners, also will discuss the do's and don'ts of opening a new practice, including what to look for and how to problem-solve when presented with challenges.
Key Topics Include
- Things You Must Do When Starting Your Own Practice
- Things You Should Never Do When Going Out on Your Own
- Managing and Organizing Your Practice
- What Are Limitations of Support Staff?
- Ethical Considerations for Solo Practitioners
Robin O'Donoghue (DL), Cambridge, MA
Ruby Lichte Powers, AILA Practice Management Committee Chair, Houston, TX
Maricela Amezola, San Diego, CA
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