Thanks for your response! I believe my book is more comprehensive than
most, yet it's introductory so it should help "fill the gaps" in economic
and financial knowledge and skills.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anne Howard" <amsporthorse@...>
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 10:42 AM
Subject: [physical_therapists_in_business] Re: New Member, New product,
> In our PT program (grad USC '92) we did have to go
> through the mechanics of making a business on paper
> and it included budgeting, marketing, HR issues, etc.
> Our professor would call attention to unrealistic
> projections, etc.
> In acquiring my own practice 1.5 years out of school,
> there were a lot of issues that weren't covered
> especially in regard to emerging managed care issues,
> but it was a good exercise to learn to find and use
> suitable resources.
> Can't recall the text we used...it was specific to PT
> practice management as I recall.
> Anne Howard, MPT
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