solo practitioner

solo practitioner

A physician, dentist, or other practitioner who practices alone rather than with a group or partner.
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She was a caseworker for Congresswoman Donna Edwards and spent time as a solo practitioner.
As the solo practitioner explains in an interview with Healthcare Informatics Senior Editor Gabriel Perna, his own EMR implementation journey was fraught with failure and frustration, and ultimately, success.
The reality of what's happening in American medicine right now makes it very difficult for a solo practitioner at many different levels.
We recently met with a very busy solo practitioner who, like many in this situation, has a good basic understanding of what is happening with EHR but is simply too pressed for time just keeping up with patients and life to delve into the details.
He presents a practical text for health care system leaders describing ways to build and operate successful integrated delivery systems (IDSs) of all sizes, from merging two solo practitioner groups to running or bringing together a group of hundreds of providers.
Recognizing that the myriad pieces of hardware and software available can make it difficult for the novice practitioner to figure out what's really necessary, Sims spotlights four essential tools that, in his view, every solo practitioner must have to practice effectively: a smart phone, a laptop, a scanner, and a good backup system.
As a solo practitioner, I find it very difficult to keep up with the regulations," she says.
One angry Southeastern cardiologist, a solo practitioner who did not want his name published, said, "Whoever pays the piper calls the tune.
I will mention specific products I used to make it easier for the reader to prepare an "emergency solo kit" for the day he/she will experience in the inevitable life of a solo practitioner.
By comparing large and small firms, the new technology, in fact, does not disadvantage the small firm or solo practitioner.
For example, if the candidate chooses the former, he or she acts as a solo practitioner (in other words, somewhat self-centered).