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Private Practice Consulting Firm

A medical or legal degree doesn't always equal business acumen. That's where private practice consulting comes in.

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This story appears in the December 2000 issue of HomeOfficeMag.com.

Does the medical or legal field fascinate you? As a private practice consultant, you can become a well-paid and trusted confidante of the professionals you admire, while helping them run their businesses. Chances are you've never heard of private practice consultants; there aren't a lot of them, but they've been around for some time, having had their own professional association since 1968.

While private practice consultants can and do serve many professions-including law and accounting firms-about 75 percent of their clients are physicians, dentists and other health-care professionals, such as chiropractors, physical therapists, psychologists, radiation therapists and veterinarians.

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