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The “Nuts & Bolts” of Becoming an Aesthetic Provider: Part 2—Building Your Aesthetic Practice
Brennan, Connie RN, CPSN, CANS, CPC
Part 2 of this three-part series of articles on becoming an aesthetic provider centers on the steps necessary to build an aesthetic practice. We will discuss the legal (e.g., licensure, scope of practice, malpractice, and documentation) and the business aspects (e.g., “your brand,” staff development, networking, marketing, and revenue possibilities) of building a successful aesthetic practice. On the basis of years of experience, “pearls and pitfalls” will be discussed so novice, intermediate, and advanced aesthetic providers can minimize mistakes and maximize their success in this exciting and growing profession.
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Branding, Business considerations, Compliance, Dermal fillers, Documentation, Environment/facility, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Informed consent, Legal considerations, Licensure, Logo, Malpractice insurance, Marketing strategy, Mission/vision statement, Networking, Neurotoxins, Photography, Policies and procedures, Pricing structure, Product assessment, Revenue potential, Staff development, Website
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