Can medical residents start a practice?

Answer Medical residents cannot open a practice or even work as a physician until they have completed their residency. Residents must also pass the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and ... Read More »

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How to Start a Medical Practice?

Having your own medical practice or medical office can mean freedom to be your own boss and choose your own patients. If you are thinking about opening your own practice, you will need to be organi... Read More »

How to Start a Medical Billing Practice?

Busy medical professionals who need to gather billing information from insurance agencies as well as payment information from individuals, rely on medical billing services. The U.S. Census Bureau r... Read More »

How to Start a Medical Group Practice?

Physicians choose to practice in groups for good reasons. They share responsibilities for being on call, share staff, office and medical equipment and office space and share the risks of owning a s... Read More »

How to Start a Medical Practice From the Ground Up?

Starting a medical practice from the ground up has proven to be challenging for many medical professionals. Doctors face many issues when beginning an office relating to licensing, insurance covera... Read More »