1. Assuming it will be easy
You are excellent with medicine, and maybe a few other things. But no one can be good at everything. Starting a medical practice entails much more than just seeing patients. Yes, there is a business side to starting a practice which is ultimately your business. There thousands of variables you haven’t even considered yet so do not be afraid to ask for help.
Bringing in a practice start-up expert can save you time, money, and a few headaches. Having the correct staff on board for your start-up can help you avoid some commin pitfalls that new practices can encounter so you have the best chance of building your new practice into a profitable, and long term solution for your specific situation.