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  • 1.Business Strategies
    Learn business strategies like selling your practice, streamlining your office, hiring administrative staff, corporate relations, locating new pratice opportunities and more.
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  • 2.Marketing & Building a Practice
    Learn about marketing and building a practice, including advertising, community involvement, networking, professional image, employee assistance programs and increasing referrals.
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  • 3.Careers in Psychology
    This guide provides a look at psychology as a career in many different fields, such as research, consulting, diagnosing and teaching. It includes an outlook of the current job market and testimonials from psychologists on the career paths they have chosen.
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  • 4.Tips for Managing a Practice
    Tips for managing a practice, including business plans, practice consultants, the self-pay market, health insurance claims, office operations, professional liability insurance and selling your practice.
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  • 5.Practice Management
    This section focuses on business and practice management strategies such as business plans, office space, insurance, marketing, consultants and supervision.
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  • 6.Practice Marketing
    The resources in this section are designed to help you connect with potential clients and referral sources who could benefit from your services and apply effective and ethical marketing strategies to drive business to your door.
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  • 7.Technology and Electronic Health Records
    This section includes information about building, operating and maintaining a technology infrastructure for your practice that simplifies record keeping, practice management, electronic claims submission and billing, while tapping into web resources for appropriate and effective outreach to potential clients and referral sources.
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  • 8.Practice Management Tools
    Utilize our practice management tools like understanding your target clientele, charting your professional mission, corporate relations, tracking client sources and DSM-IV Codes to ICD-9-CM Codes.
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  • 9.Becoming a Practitioner
    For the graduating practitioner, a new world of licensure, liability and record keeping awaits. Finding a clinical job or starting your own practice can be daunting tasks, but help is out there.
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  • 10.Financial Management
    A solid understanding of your finances can help you track the performance of your practice and implement strategies for a sound financial future.
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