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Where to situate your podiatric practice is a big decision. Once you have decided on a particular area, however, the next big question is if you should you rent or buy the space for your office. For the majority of practitioners, just starting out buying may not be an option…
As a new or soon-to-be practioner, you have lots of questions that podiatry school didn’t answer about setting up your practice. At the Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED), we bring together podiatric professionals at all stages of their careers to share information and exchange ideas about all types…
From Thursday, Jan. 5 through Sunday Jan. 8, 2017, The Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED) is offering “Success Through Synergy” in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The meeting will provide an exciting and dynamic opportunity for professionals in the field of podiatry to come together to share ideas and gain…
When you’re starting out as a new practioner there are many decisions to make. Once you’ve narrowed down the type of practice you want, where it should be located and whether you plan to rent or purchase office space, you need to focus on how much space you actually need?…
Doctors are highly motivated professionals whose work can be extremely demanding. It’s important to maintain a balance between professional and personal lives and find ways to keep both fresh and dynamic. At The Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED) one of our goals is to help podiatric professionals at…
“Half of every dollar spent on advertising and marketing is wasted, but since we don’t know which half, we go ahead and spend the full dollar anyway.” Although there’s disagreement over which mogul made this profound statement, there’s general agreement in the business world that it’s true. As a podiatric…
Space is filling up for The Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED) January “Success Through Synergy Meeting.” If you’ve already signed up, you are probably looking forward to a revitalizing time with colleagues at all stages and levels of podiatric practice as well as field experts. And, a few…
As a student, externships are a great opportunity to see clinical settings in action and help determine the type of residency you want. Choosing a wide variety of externships can help narrow your focus if you have no idea what type of program you want. Your externship search can also…
Has this scenario ever played out in your office? A patient comes in with a specific condition that requires treatment. You explain the treatment plan and its benefits. The patient appears to hear you but in the end is indecisive and leaves your office to “think about it.”
One important tip veteran practitioners will often offer is that the difference between a flourishing practice and a mediocre one is in the small details. At The Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED)we encourage physicians to exchange ideas that will help new practitioners get off to a good start.…