I was thrilled to be a guest on The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey podcast (sponsored by THC Primary Care).
We talked about how consultant doctors and surgeons can grow a Healthy Private Practice and a bit about my journey to starting Private Practice Surgery.
Check out episode 108 of ‘The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey’ in your favourite podcast app, or listen online from the player above.
I hope you enjoy it… let me know! 😊
From the podcast website
Chris Rogers is the Co-Founder at Private Practice Surgery, a business that is newly developing and provides marketing for Consultant Physicians, Doctors and Surgeons. With an extensive background in healthcare marketing, Chris wants to provide a membership website where he’ll teach, advise and help Consultants market their practice more effectively to get more patients.
Chris joins me on the podcast today to talk about his top tips on how to improve private practices – these are not just for Physicians or Surgeons – they can apply to any area that you are working in. We talk about sales and how some may feel having a private practice goes against the NHS ethos. Chris also gives his number one tip for anyone setting up a business themselves. There is lots of valuable advice in this episode for anyone on their business journey.
“I found that Consultants were nervous about promoting themselves or their practice because of the perception of private practice. I saw these things and saw the opportunity to help.” Chris Rogers
This week on The Business of Healthcare:
Who Chris Rogers is. What his company Private Practice want to achieve. Top tips on how to improve private practices. How some feel private practice goes against the NHS ethos. Chris’ number one tip for anyone setting up a business. How to manage your time and your day. So much advice for anyone on their business journey.
Podcast description reproduced from: https://www.thcprimarycare.co.uk/thebusinessofhealthcarepodcast/episode/cdb7ea18/108-how-to-create-a-healthy-private-practice-with-chris-rogers