Business Management for Mental Health and Other Healing Professionals

This course is in development.  We will post more information once the course has been made available online.

Price: The requested fee for this course is $375.00 $175.00.  Where else can you knock out 26 CE hours in one shot, AND take away some valuable information at the same time. This course comes with all inline reading materials, resources, and a whole lot of handouts.

Hours:  This course has been designed for 26 hours of Continuing Education.

Please see the Policies, Refunds, and Disclaimers for more information about CE’s and student expectations – by taking this course, you are agreeing to be bound by the same.[/visitor]

Course Description

This course is designed for Mental Health practitioners who are already licensed or are on the path towards licensing, and who have already experienced a clinical environment.  Included in this course is business planning and development, financial management, marketing, communications, and ethics specific to business management within the licensed industry.

Key concepts covered include:

  • Private Practice Reality / Behind the Scenes
  • Licensing Requirements & Resources
  • Business Planning and Development
  • Ethics
  • A Brief discussion on the Insurance Nightmare
  • Maintaining Your Practice / Business
  • Marketing
  • And Much More

Navigating the Insurance Nightmare

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Course Description / Syllabus

This course is designed for Mental Health and other healing professionals who are already licensed or are on the path towards licensing, and who have already experienced a clinical environment.  It is not necessary to have already been involved in insurance credentialing, nor do you need to have already been involved in billing insurance companies, but some knowledge of insurance terminology is important. Included in this course is a review of clinic setup pertinent to insurance billing, as well as an overview of insurance credentialing (also known as paneling).

Key concepts covered include:

  • Insurance Reality / Behind the Scenes
  • Setting up your clinic for insurance credentialing
  • Billing Ethics
  • And Much More
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