Episode 116 – Going from a Corp to a Sole Proprietor, Employment Contracts in Right to Work States, and Non-Competes!
On this episode of the NP Dude podcast I give my opinion on why I would continue to operate as an organization if moving into a 1099 role. I also explain why employment contracts are enforceable in right to work states and give my reasoning why ignoring non-competes could be a disaster for you. Keep […]Read More
On this episode of the NP Dude podcast I explain my logic how PAs are “mid-level”! I am not debating our PA brothers and sisters aren’t good providers but how their license and expectation in practice is inherently so. I also mention an experienced listener’s comments about a side hustle he does which got me […]Read More
On this episode of the NP Dude podcast I tell a tale of a discussion I had recently with a physician regarding NPs, but be warned I get a little fired up! I also respond to a question about what to do when named in a lawsuit and you don’t have your own policy. Keep […]Read More
Episode 113 – The Clinical Appraisal Podcast, Chronic Intractables Getting Stuff Done, and Malpractice Insurance Must Haves!
On this episode of The NP Dude podcast, I want to introduce you all to a new podcast that is definitely worth your time. Clinical Appraisal by Ian Lane is well done and provides insight in deconstructing nursing research for use in the clinical setting. Subscribe to his show on iTunes by searching the title […]Read More
On this episode of the NP Dude podcast I respond to several recent emails asking how to negotiate a contract. I also give my two cents about the announcement of the CVS purchase of Aetna and what I think it means for us. Keep sharing, spreading the word and using the Amazon Affiliate link to do […]Read More