The Pursuing Private Practice Podcast with Jennifer McGurk
This conversation has been a long time coming! I’ve been a huge fan of Amy Plano’s for a long time. It is such an honor to have her on the podcast.
Amy is so passionate about helping dietitians figure out how insurance works within their private practices. We talk a lot about the challenges of accepting insurance in your private practice. We often hear about the positives of accepting insurance, but I wanted to have a very honest conversation with Amy about the challenges too, and she delivers! Amy gives so much great advice in this episode.
Some of the topics discussed include:
- Creating systems to streamline the insurance process
- Setting boundaries in your business
- Money mindset
- Reimbursement rates
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ABOUT AMY PLANO
Amy Plano, The Reimbursement Dietitian, RD, MS, CDE, CDN, is a successful private practice dietitian passionate about helping dietitians create a profitable nutrition private practice using an insured-based model. Together with her husband, Marc Plano, she runs the profitable, The Plano Program, a health and wellness-based center in Orange, CT. Through both her one-on-one and group-based coaching programs, online resources, and seminars, she teaches dietitians exactly how to use health insurance to make money in their nutrition practices.