Congratulations! You have just finished your residency and are at the cusp of a promising career as a physician.
But there’s still so much to do before you’re ready to kickstart your new practice; from preparing for your exams to managing your clinical, research and academic responsibilities.
And, looking forward, there will be many new financial and administrative considerations.
You may be wondering how to set up the financial side of your practice, or what types of software you’ll need to keep everything running seamlessly. Or maybe you’re thinking about how to set up processes around OHIP billing, and how to avoid being audited. Further down the line, you might be curious what new attending physicians should know about personal finance.
If you’re looking for answers to the following questions, you’ve come to the right place:
Chapter 1 – Registration And Starting A Medical Practice
- How do I apply for my independent practice license?
- What is the process for obtaining an OHIP billing number?
Chapter 2 – Learning Basic OHIP Billing
- What are the basics of the OHIP billing process?
- What do I need to know about the OHIP Schedule of Benefits?
- How should I manage my billing time week-to-week?
Chapter 3 – How to Choose the Right OHIP Billing Software for Your Practice
- What should I consider when choosing billing software?
- How can medical billing software assist with the billing process?
- What is the best medical billing software to use?
Chapter 4 – Financial Wellness & Tax Advice For Doctors
- How should I manage my finances as an independent practitioner?
- What types of software will I need to keep a handle on billing and accounting?
Chapter 5 – Managing Your Wealth As A New Attending Physician
- Should I hire a financial advisor?
- What are my DIY investing options?
Chapter 6 – Resources For New Doctors
- Which professionals should be on my team of advisors?
- Where can I go for additional resources?
To empower you with the knowledge and resources you need to plan how to set up and manage your independent practice, we’ve brought together advice from a number of expert perspectives from lawyers, accountants, doctors, OHIP claims assessors and of course–our angle as a technology partner to many Canadian hospitals and +6,000 doctors.
We hope this helps.
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