ideal practice set up

Discussion in 'PM&R' started by AndyDufrane, 09.20.14.

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  1. AndyDufrane

    AndyDufrane Member 10+ Year Member

    I am about 7 months into my solo private practice as inpatient medical director on an 18 bed rehab unit, and it's a rehab physician consultant model, and am satisfied and happy w/ autonomy, but I am thinking of expanding soon, was wanting input regarding the ideal inpatient set up, I was thinking, would a robust acute care rehab c/s model w/ a small number of inpatient rehab units beds be ideal, say 10-15 acute care consults and 10 patients on a rehab unit. As a solo private practice doc, even though I did do have spinal injection training and EMG skills, I was thinking it would not be ideal as the costs at this point outweigh the reimbursements, not worth my time, unless a hospital or group was going to pay me an hourly rate, any thoughts from those who went from employed outpatient MSK into more of generalist role in private practice. thanks in advance
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