Nephrology Practice Business Plan, Marketing Plan, How To Guide, and Funding Directory
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- Marketing Plan (24 to 28 pages)
- 425+ Page Funding Directory
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Loan Amortization and ROI Tools
- Three SWOT Analysis Templates
- How to Start a Business Guide
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People are always going to have issues with kidney failure and kidney disease, and has such nephrologists will always be able to render the necessary medical treatments – including dialysis – that are demanded by these individuals. Nephrology is one of the fastest-growing segments of the overall medical market, and the barriers to entry are very high. Any individual that wants to operate as a practicing nephrologist must have completed medical school as well as a residency specific for internal medicine and nephrology. Once that is complete, they are required to undergo board certification so they can practice on their own as a kidney specialist.
The costs associated with the development of a new nephrology practice can vary greatly. Typically, a independent nephrology practice does not own dialysis equipment typically has a startup cost of $150,000 to $300,000 depending on the amount of staff that is going to be hired at the onset of operation. If the nephrology practice will maintain its own in-house dialysis operations in the start cost can range anywhere from $1 million to $3 million. It should be noted that many banks and lenders are was always willing to provide the necessary capital to a nephrologist to establish in-house dialysis treatment given the fact that these produce very high margins and highly recurring streams of revenue on a weekly basis. Most people that require dialysis need to go to the dialysis center several times per week. As such, there is a continued demand among patients to continually have access to nephrologists as well as internally operated dialysis centers.
A nephrology practice SWOT analysis is almost always produced in conjunction with the business plan and marketing plan. This document outlines the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that are faced by these businesses. As it relates to strengths, nephrology practices are completely immune from negative changes in the economy. The way that these businesses can grow is also substantial given the fact that many nephrologists have the ability to either develop their own in-house dialysis services will require an existing business that provides the services off-site. The gross margins generated from revenues are extremely high with most nephrologist reporting gross profits of 85% to 90% of revenues
For weaknesses, as is a medical business are always a number of very high operating expenses as it relates to paying the owner, paying associate positions, hiring staff, and completing all the necessary billing as it relates to submitting invoices to private insurance as well as publicly funded healthcare systems. As such, these expenses can eat into the profits of the nephrology practice.
For opportunities, one of the common ways that these businesses grow and expand as to the continued acquisition of dialysis centers allows them to provide the services to the general public. Dialysis centers are highly lucrative, and they can become a very important part of any nephrologist practice.
Pertaining to threats, as is a healthcare focused business – changes in laws as well as insurance reimbursements can have an impact on the nephrology practice. However, as more people from the baby boomer generation are entering their later years and are having greater number of issues with kidneys – the outlook for this market is very high. The current demand currently outpaces the supply of new nephrologist and dialysis centers.
If the owner is looking to raise capital for nephrology practice and a business plan is going to be required. This document, as with all business planning documents, should feature through your profit and loss statement, cash analysis, balance sheet, breakeven analysis, and business relations page. Within the business plan a substantial demographic analysis should be developed that focuses specifically in the target market population and the anticipated percentage of people that have issues with kidney disease.
This includes taking a look at population size, population density, median household income, median family income, percentage of people covered by Medicare, percentage of people have private insurance, and anticipated amount of money that each patient will pay the co-pay. In some cases, it may be very important also conduct a competitive analysis regarding other nephrology practices in the market coupled with how many dialysis centers are currently in operation. In rural areas, this analysis is somewhat less important given the fact that demand was always exceeds supply. However, in major metropolitan areas it is imperative that the owner-operator conduct this analysis given the strong competition.
A nephrology practice marketing plan also needs to be developed as it relates to targeting patients have kidney issues. This is usually somewhat of an easier thing to accomplish as relates to the overall business planning process given the strong demand among people that have kidney issues for competent medical care from a nephrologist. As always, most nephrologists have already established ongoing relationships with a number of primary care physicians and specialist physicians that will provide them with referrals on an ongoing basis. Many nephrologists will reach out to primary care physicians, family health practices, as well as nurse practitioners that can provide referrals when needed.
A website showcasing the nephrology practice should also be developed and should contain information regarding the biographies of the staff doctors, biographies of important staff such as practitioners, hours operation, whether dialysis centers are all services are offered, insurance is accepted, and any other bit of relevant information that assist patients with contacting the practice. In many cases, this website will be linked not only to social media pages but also to physician review websites.
With a rapidly aging baby boomer population, the outlook for the nephrology industry is going to be substantial. More and more dialysis centers are being established each day given the fact that one more people are having significant issues with kidneys. Additionally, many kidney specialists also provide a number of ancillary services relating to kidney stones and other common elements. The demand for the services is not going to wane even during times of economic recession, and any new nephrologist is looking to establish their own practice will be entering a market where lucrative opportunities exist.