Our Market Research Can Lead You To The Perfect Place

  • Is the community growing? 
  • Does the location give you the best opportunity for growth? 
  • Does the demographic data support your practice?
  • What is the competition like, can the area support another provider? 
  • Does the insurance payer mix align with your revenue goals?

Find the right practice location for your medical practice.  Our practice location analysis can provide the insight you need to ensure you make the best possible decision.  It’s too important to leave to chance or your gut, trust the data that our location analysis can provide.

 

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We Will Help You Understand Your New Practice Location Using These Key Metrics

  1. How is the Housing Market

  2. Ensure Demographic Data is Aligned with Your Best Patient

  3. Understand Employment Statistics

  4. Review Insurance Payer Outlook & Current Status

  5. Cost of Living Trends in the Area

  6. Is the Community Thriving or Surviving?

  7. Examine City Competitiveness for Investment and Jobs

  8. How you Will Attract New Patients & What it will cost

  9. Determine Location is Comfortable for You Long Term

  10. Understand Current Competitive Landscape

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Below, you can select what you would like to receive in your report.  If multiple areas need to be researched then it’s best to submit your information so we can prepare a custom proposal.  If you’re need of one, you can use the link above to purchase the report.

 

 

 

Example of just some of the data in our location analysis

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Deciding Where and When to Practice

I would argue that measure of your success or failure can be determined with how you invest in the business during the first 6 months.  Yes, the first 180 days and the decisions you make, are the building blocks of your success or failure.

Imagine that you’re building a house, how crazy would it be to build a million dollar home on a piece of property with no prospects of ever having running water or electricity.  The worst thing you could do is to rush into decisions because of pushy realtors, unrealistic fears of missing out, hospital threats or dumb ass partners/associates.  

Questions to ask yourself:

Am I selecting the right location for my new practice?

Am I satisfied with the budget/business plan that I have created?

Do I have a solid plan in place for hiring staff? 

How will I attract new patients?

What about my EHR, billing and insurance contracting, have I researched the right partners for these?

Take a deep breath and don’t react to the pressures of the moment. 

This is a time to be calculating, controlled and composed, your success depends upon it.

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