The 3 Critical Questions You Need to Ask to Buy The Right Practice

On September 24, 2012, in opportunities, by Dan

If you’ve decided buying a practice might be worthwhile, and found one or more that might be for sale, it’s now time to start looking for the right fit. There are a thousand possible questions you can ask during the “due diligence” process of buying a practice, and that takes time and energy–for now, we […]

On Mistakes

On September 14, 2012, in inspiration, by Dan

“Life is lived forward and understood backward.” – Soren Kierkegaard, philosopher Replace life with practice. Then cut yourself some slack. Have a great weekend, everyone. -Dan  

How to Find a Practice For Sale

On September 9, 2012, in opportunities, by Dan

If we’ve made a good enough case for the benefits of buying a practice, then you might be wondering how to find one. The classifieds sections of your association website or professional journal are obvious places to start. These “listed” practices have a couple of benefits. They’re clearly for sale, and the sellers may be quite […]

The Case for Buying A Practice

On September 5, 2012, in case studies, startup, strategy and philosophy, by Dan

In the spring of 2003, we purchased all the patients files from an existing practice in our area. At the time, it seemed like a huge investment for what essentially amounted to a few filing boxes of paper. During the discussions to buy the practice, and in the time leading up to the closing date, […]

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