solo practice

single-handed practice

A term used for those GPs in the UK who operate alone from their premises—i.e., are not in partnership with other GPs.

solo practice

Medical practice by a single physician–a solo practioner, usually understood to mean a nonspecialist. See Private practice; Cf Group practice.
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The number of physicians still in traditional fee-for-service solo practice is minimal.
Tennessee Oncology originated in 1976 as Nashville Oncology-Hematology, PC, formed from the solo practice of Stuart Spigel, M.
Having explored the pros and cons of making the move from solo to partnership in the first part of this series, along with the various partnering options to consider and how to find the right fit, we will now examine best practices for transitioning from a solo practice to a partnership, plus strategies to help ensure the partnership flourishes in the long-term.
Solo practice in medicine is an "eat what you kill" world.
Amantea that he would bill her or her insurance company high amounts for the services because "renovations of (the) solo practice were costing more than had been anticipated.
Brown broke ground in Keller in 1995 and has maintained a very successful and well known solo practice in the heart of this rapid growing area located in Northeast Tarrant County.
It likely wouldn't work for most doctors, but in a solo practice, it has to work for only one.
Marraffino, an adjunct professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, was nominated by former students based on his time teaching the law practice management course, which drew from his own experience in operating and managing his solo practice and was structured to incorporate practical skills, technology basics, financial planning, and client development aspects.
For the past 31 years, this Medical Doctor has been providing genealogical and obstetrics services to patients and is now ready to retire from this solo practice.
APNs in independent or solo practice that are receiving denials are of particular interest.
Katherine Kinports, a chiropractor, has started a solo practice at Healing Spirit, 1355 Oak St.