In general, outsourcing is the best option for practices that understand the value of their medical staff but lack sufficient resources to support or create one in-house.
Sweden, Denmark, and Canada are some of the countries known for having above-average healthcare. So, where does the US rank in all this? Nowhere near the top.
Each year, thousands of students borrow cold hard cash from the government to pay for all those expensive college fees. As student debt builds, here’s a simple hustle to repay those crazy high student loans in no time. It’s easier than you think.
When you are looking for home care for a family member or a friend, the cost is a significant consideration. With all the associated expenses to consider, how the in-home health providers set their prices will help you choose which agency to use or decide if you’d like to enter the industry on a professional level.
Any successful business owner will tell you that becoming an entrepreneur takes guts. Here are a few character traits that could make all the difference.
Due to the aging baby boomers and increased life expectancy, the number of senior citizens over the age of 65 is increasing every year. Today, starting an in-home health care business is a competitive but rewarding industry. Here are steps to being successful in the market.
From nurses to podiatrists to group practices to large hospitals, it’s a good idea for all healthcare providers to have medical malpractice insurance.
There’s a difference between what a business owner pays in taxes vs. what their employees pay. Business owners don’t get a paycheck but they still have to pay Uncle Sam.