Where to Start? Nurse Practitioner Business Planning.

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The first step in becoming a nurse entrepreneur is a business plan. Your business plan can start with anything from a name for your NP-owned business, to the payers you’d like to accept, to the patients you’d like to see. These ideas can form the basis of and guidance for a nurse practitioner business model. Some important components to consider are: 

  • When would you like to open your NP business? 
  • What will you name your independent practice? 
  • In what states would you like to practice? 
  • Where can nurse practitioners practice independently? 
  • Will your nurse practitioner business be brick-and-mortar? Telehealth? Home visit?  
  • What specialties/services will you offer? Is there a need for that in the community you’re serving? 
  • Will you be accepting insurance? Which payers? 
  • What steps can you take to grow your practice
  • Will you start full-time? If not, when will you make the transition to full-time? 

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Checklists for Independent Nurse Practitioners

With over 25 years of experience supporting practice launch and growth, we developed the following checklists to guide nurse practitioners. Click the button below to read more.