Adding medical aesthetic procedures to your business or medical practice is going to add another dimension to your practice. Adding non-reimbursable medical aesthetics services means that you are adding a cash-based revenue center to your practice. This should yield great returns, increasing your businesses bottom line.
It is possible you already have nurses, PA’s or employees who you can send for further education in medical aesthetics. You should talk with other doctors who have successfully added medical aesthetic procedures to their practice as well. Ask them if they were to do it again, what would they do the same, and what they would do differently. There are some established medical aesthetic practices out there, try and learn from their experiences and best practices.
Why are more and more physicians looking at adding these cash-based aesthetic medical procedures? One reason is fees are much higher than those for reimbursable procedures.
Think about what seeing one client per week in the first month, and growing it to an additional 3 clients in the third month can do for your practice.
As with any successful business, you need to meet a consumer demand. With 12,000 people joining the over 50 crowd every day, you have a great potential market. Fortunately, one of the common places baby boomers go is their family physician’s office!
For more information on medical aesthetics courses, contact Aesthetics Institute of Massachusetts.