Psychiatry Practice Business Plan, Marketing Plan, How To Guide, and Funding Directory
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The field of mental health care has been growing substantially over the past 20 years given that many of the stigmas associated with seeking professional help have declined somewhat. Psychiatrists, unlike psychologists, medical doctors that are able to provide not only psychological support versus cognitive behavioral therapy, but also through medical therapies. At this time, only psychiatrists are allowed to prescribe medications to individuals that suffer from specific mental health disorders. Anyone who is entering the field of psychiatry with the intent to develop their own practice will enjoy very high barriers to entry given the fact that the individual must have completed medical school, obtain the medical license, and completed a residency specific for psychiatry. One of the nice things about this field of healthcare is that it is growing rapidly. Although many more people are seeking treatment for mental health disorders, many psychiatrists will also seek to treat addiction disorders. With the growing opiate crisis within the United States, psychiatrists have been able to develop highly lucrative operations as it relates to providing mental health counseling and support for those battling addiction. This growth trend is not expected to abate anytime soon.
The startup cost for developing a new psychiatry practice are very low. Given the fact that is no medical equipment is needed to render the services, the startup cost can range anywhere from $20,000 to $100,000 depending on how long it takes before invoices are paid from private insurance as well as publicly funded health systems. Approximately 85% of all revenues generated by a psychiatry practice are from reimbursements from private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and state-funded programs. As such, the most capital that a psychiatrist needs is wholly dependent on the ongoing running cost of the office, whether or not an assistant will be hired, and how long they expect that an invoice will take to be paid from the time the services rendered. It should be noted that some cut psychiatrists operate only on a fee-for-service basis and will provide invoices to patients so that they can file with their own insurance companies independently. This is becoming more commonplace way of conducting operations especially in areas where patients can afford to pay the entire fee upfront while waiting to receive a reimbursement check from their own insurance company.
A psychiatry practice SWOT analysis should be developed as well. As it relates to strengths, these practitioners enjoy very high barriers to entry, the startup cost for new psychiatry practice are low, then these businesses are relatively immune from negative change in the economy. In fact, during economic recessions – the revenues from most psychiatry practices do increase as people struggle with depression and are seeking help.
For weaknesses, which in any market there’s always a limited number of psychiatrists that render services to the general public. Additionally, malpractice insurance is going to be required by a psychiatrist although these premiums are relatively low given the low-risk nature of practicing psychiatry.
For opportunities, many psychiatrists will seek to develop ongoing relationships with drug rehabilitation centers, addiction treatment centers, and other entities that have patients that require ongoing mental health care. In some cases, psychiatrist that specialize in addiction medicine may develop their own drug rehab centers which are highly lucrative businesses to own and operate. In some cases, the founding psychiatrists of a specific practice may hire associate physicians in order to boost the billable hours of the business. However, it should be noted that most psychiatrist practice independently and not within the group practice setting.
As it relates to threats, many psychiatrists do accept private insurance as well as publicly funded healthcare as part of their payment methods. As such, moderate changes to the way that these entities operate can impact the revenues of a psychiatry practice. However, this is a moderate risk faced by all healthcare focus businesses.
The psychiatrist is seeking a working capital one credit in order to commence operations and they will be very much able to obtain this from a bank work related financial institution. As this is a healthcare business that is not swayed by negative changes the economy, almost all lenders and associated financial institutions are willing to provide the necessary capital to start a new psychiatry practice. Of course, a business plan is going to be required and with all types of documents are going to be presented to a bank it should include a three-year profit and loss statement, cash analysis, breakeven analysis, balance sheet, and business ratios page. For initial research, there are approximately 30,000 practicing psychiatrists in the United States. Each of these practices generally about $26 billion in revenue and provide jobs to about 150,000 people.
Within the business plan, a full demographic analysis of the people in the target market should be included as well. This includes taking a look at annual household income, median family income, household net worth, population density, population size, and a number of people that are covered under private insurance as well as publicly funded healthcare systems. Statistical analysis regarding the number of people that suffer from specific mental health disorders can be applied to the total population in order to understand how many people will seek treatment at any given time from a licensed psychiatrist.
In addition to developing a full scale psychiatry practice business plan – a large-scale psychiatry practice marketing plan also needs to be developed. Foremost, many psychiatrists will have ongoing relationships with general practice physicians as well as family medical positions in order to receive their initial referrals. This is an invaluable source of business for most psychiatrist given that most people will go and see their general practitioner first before directly seeking mental health care. In some cases, patients may be required to receive an authorization from their primary care physician before receiving treatment from a practicing psychiatrist.
As with all businesses, a presence on the Internet is also important for psychiatry practice. Businesses website should feature information about the owner, staff psychiatrist, hours operation, insurance is accepted, and how to contact the office to make an appointment. In some cases, some psychiatrists have integrated e-commerce functionality in onto their platforms so that they are able to directly book appointments among patients that are interested. This website can be listed among all major search engines. One of the other ways that many psychiatrists will seek to boost the visibility of their practices by enrolling themselves on popular doctor review websites which will allow for individuals to properly find the business and make an appointment for ongoing psychiatric help.
Finally, some of the ways that a psychiatrist will seek to generate immediate revenues at the onset of operation is you have ongoing contracts with local psychiatric hospitals, mental health care facilities, and related entities that need to have a staff psychiatrist at all times. These businesses often treat their staff psychiatrist as an outsourced provider of these services. This can assist the psychiatrist in developing the initial revenue stream to the practice while they build up a patient base.
With the ongoing demand for quality mental health care United States, psychiatry practices are poised to grow significantly over the next 20 years. Given that this is a face-to-face business and requires human interaction – the risks related to automation within healthcare are negligible for a psychiatry practice. These businesses will continue to be highly lucrative for properly trained and qualified medical professionals that are allowed to practice as a psychiatrist.