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Announcing the How to Start a Telemedicine Practice course!

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, our country is experiencing a revolutionary transition in the way care is delivered. Patients are now realizing the convenience and safety telemedicine provides. Telemedicine companies are hiring NPs in droves because the demand is through the roof! I predict this trend will continue once the pandemic is over. Now is the time to strike if you are an NP interested in starting your own telemedicine practice.

After receiving hundreds of requests from my readers, I have finally created the “How to Start a Telemedicine Practice” course! This course is designed for the nurse practitioner who wants to start a high revenue/low expense telemedicine practice that can be done in a part or full-time capacity.

Telemedicine is exploding in growth right now. Patients are finally realizing how convenient a telemedicine visit is compared to a standard brick and mortar medical visit. Telemedicine will be the new norm in the coming year as the pandemic winds down. I guarantee it! I am aggressively scaling my telemedicine practice with this current trend, so should you!

Did you know you can live in a restricted state and practice INDEPENDENTLY in a full practice authority state via telemedicine? All you need is a state license in another state! That’s it!

I have been busting my tail to get this course created for you. Time is of the essence; you need to get your telemedicine practice up and running as soon as possible. Therefore, I am releasing this course on 4/8/20 at midnight EST! Mark this on your calendar!

This course will teach a nurse practitioner who has no experience with starting a business or practicing via telemedicine how to create a telemedicine practice. Even if you already have a practice and just want to know how to integrate telemedicine into it, this course is for you! This course provides EVERYTHING you need to build a telemedicine practice from the ground floor.

You will learn:

  • The pros and cons of telemedicine.
  • The different types of telemedicine delivery.
  • The legality and risks associated with telemedicine.
  • How to navigate federal and state law.
  • How to practice across state lines.
  • The clinical practice aspects of telemedicine.
  • How to prescribe medications and order lab work from a distance.
  • How to be reimbursed by private payers, Medicaid, and Medicare.
  • The current changes in telemedicine law with the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • How to create a practice from scratch.
  • Telemedicine practice ideas.
  • How to obtain malpractice.
  • How to have a separate phone and fax for your telemedicine practice.
  • Which EMR is best for telemedicine.
  • How to build a telemedicine specific website.
  • How to video conference.
  • How to market a telemedicine practice.
  • How to utilize the consent forms provided in the course.
  • How to document telemedicine visits to CYA and be reimbursed by insurance.
  • How to price cash-based services.
  • How to SUCCEED, and much more…!

There are almost 2 hours of video and audio content where I go over a 73-slide presentation on how to create a telemedicine practice. There will also be MP3s for you to download so you can learn on the go!

In addition, I will include all the supplemental documents you need to start a telemedicine practice! These include informed consents, patient specific practice policies, privacy policies, order sheets, and policies and procedures. You will have EVERYTHING you need to start your practice. The only thing I cannot provide is the ambition and courage to get started.

If you follow the course and utilize the documentation I provide, you can start a telemedicine practice in less than 4 weeks! I guarantee that 100%.

I will be offering this course for just $197 the first 5 days of its launch. After that the price will go up to $247 indefinitely. This is a steal for what this course is providing you. If you follow the information presented in this course, you can make thousands of dollars a month in side income. No other course will provide the value this does if your serious about starting a telemedicine practice.

Delivering care via telemedicine is going to become the norm among patients for multiple different medical services in the near future. Right NOW is the time to get started on your telemedicine practice! Those that get started now will be the early pioneers and will profit significantly from it. If you are looking for a low expense practice to start, you need to seriously consider opening a telemedicine practice!

Links on where you can purchase and download the course will be announced through the blog on 4/8/20. Stay tuned!

10 Responses

  1. Will this work for mental health?
    I prefer to open a cash only mental health practice in order to not deal with all the insurance “red tape”, but I am finding that patients aren’t willing to pay cash prices for mental health as they can easily go to a free mental health clinic.
    If I am obligated to accept insurance, vital signs are a must as of 2013 for mental health… How can I provide vital signs through telemedicine?
    Thanks in advance

    1. You can do this with mental health. As long as you follow standard insurance charting requirements, you can bill for telemedicine visits. If they audit your chart and want vitals, it should be painfully aware it is a telemedicine visit when you utilize specific modifiers. Things are moving in the forward direction with telemedicine with insurance. In regards to telemedicine mental health cash practices, the only suggestion I can offer is finding a very specific niche to where people will pay you cash. I don’t have experience with mental health, so I cannot offer specific ideas here. Really brain storm what you are good at and find your niche!

  2. I obtained a certification in integrative health care for personal interest reasons
    In your observation is there a demand for this via telemedicine?

    1. There CAN be… It really depends on how you market it. Marketing will make or break any practice idea. What will be your specialty in integrative medicine? Which specific demographic will you treat? You must determine specifics before you market an integrative medicine practice. It CAN do well, it just depends on how much effort your willing to put into marketing it. The care you deliver doesn’t change, it is how you advertise your clinic. That is what will determine your success.

  3. I am a licensed nurse practitioner and live in TX (restricted state). I also have a licenses in NM (full practice state), GA and TN. Can I do telemedicine independently from TX in GA, TX, NM and TN? Also, will this change once the coronavirus clears?

    1. You can practice independently in NM, but not GA or TN as they are restricted states. If those states have enacted FPA during this crisis, then take advantage of it but I doubt it will carry over once the crisis is over. Therefore, I would recommend obtaining licenses in FPA states if you want to start a telemedicine practice. You can practice independently in any FPA state via telemdicine and live in TX. I have a NP who works from Columbia (yes, the country in South America) at my telemedicine practice. She just decided to move there and still works as a NP via telemedicine.

  4. Which FPA states have the easiest and least expensive application process and costs, if I live in a restricted state but want to keep the cost of getting another license from FPA state?

    1. Most rural western states have fairly cheap licenses. AZ, MO, MN, WY, UT, etc… Unfortunately, it seems like the costs of licenses have been going up all over the place though. I wouldn’t let the price of a license dictate where you practice though, that is not smart business. Allow your target market demographics dictate that. An extra $100 for a license to increase your patient population by 50,000+ is a wise investment.

  5. Do you recommend new grads to get some experience before starting their own business? How would you get training if one wanted to start a telemedicine practice as a new NP ?

    1. Sure, as long as the service line you choose is relative simple and low liability. If you are looking for training for a specific service line, check out our course line up at the top of the site under the Courses page. Many niche service lines can be learned very easily.

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