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Private Practice Secrets

Cathy Love

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Cathy Love

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Cathy Love is finally recording and producing The Paeds Biz Podcast. Its specifically for paediatric allied health professionals, it’s going to be fun. She likes a chat.Cathy will bring a broad range of energetic people to the conversation. The outstanding guest list includes; allied health business owners, digital marketing specialists, accountants, HR advisers, writers, virtual assistants, IT specialists, friends, social media guru’s, possibly family and other generous folk she hasn’t roped in

Latest Episodes

Ep.32 Helping children with disabilities one magazine at a time with Emma Price

oday in the podcast we talk with Emma Price, founder of Source Kids. Source Kids, founded in 2014, is a multi-channel resource magazine for parents and carers who are raising children with disability. What is covered in this episode: Emma’s inspiration in building this business Range of channels where Source Kids information is available How Source Kids has grown over the course of 4 years Variety of the magazine’s audience Information available on the Source Kids’ website and directory 1st Disa

44 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.32  Helping children with disabilities one magazine at a time with Emma Price

Ep.31 The Business Legal Lifecycle with Jeremy Streten

oday on the podcast we chat with lawyer and author Jeremy Streten from the Business Legal Lifecycle. No matter what the size your practice is, you must pay attention to the legal aspects right from the start. If you don’t take care of your legal obligations and plan for the inevitable problems that will surface, you will be exposing yourself to additional stress as a private practice owner. Jeremy breaks down the 13 phases of your business lifecycle to make it super easy for you to understand. W

60 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.31 The Business Legal Lifecycle with Jeremy Streten

Ep.30 Building innovation and creativity into your practice with Dee Wardrop

oday on the podcast we talk with Melbourne based clinician and private practice owner Dee Wardrop. What is covered in this episode: How one family helped Dee to start her speech therapy business The juggle of balancing a family and starting an allied health business Highlights of her business development of the last 10 years that has led to currently 12 staff and 3 sites The importance of having a beautiful and supportive workplace facilities Tips for recruiting the right staff members that fit

47 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.30 Building innovation and creativity into your practice with Dee Wardrop

Ep.29 The persistence and ambition behind building a multi-disciplinary paediatric practice with Amanda Abel

oday on the podcast we talk with Amanda Abel, founder of Northern Centre for Child Development (NCCD), a multidisciplinary paediatric practice in Preston Melbourne. Amanda has over fourteen years’ experience as a psychologist working with families and has a special interest in paediatrics, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, learning difficulties, disabilities and behaviour management. She has worked in a variety of settings in both the public and private sectors which has allowed h

51 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.29 The persistence and ambition behind building a multi-disciplinary paediatric practice with Amanda Abel

Ep.28 The Start-up Journey of an Allied Health Business with Tara Stafford

oday on the podcast we talk with Tara Stafford who is the founder of Learning Links Speech Pathology about her start up journey of the last 2 years. What is covered in this episode: Rebranding and the ups and downs of opening new clinics over the last 12 months. The steps and modelling she did in the planning phase and how that has led to rapid growth. How she came up with the business name. Her commitment to developing a family-friendly work culture. How she reduced her patient cancellation rat

39 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.28 The Start-up Journey of an Allied Health Business with Tara Stafford

Ep.27 Social Media Tips for the Allied Health Professionals with Sandra D'Souza

oday on the podcast we talk with Sandra D’Souza, author of Social Media for Baby Boomers and CEO of social media and marketing agency Curate Bee. What is covered in this episode: Social media tips for the allied health professionals Why it is important to understand how your customers use Facebook The struggles Sandra faced 8 years ago to find information online when researching her daughter's condition Understanding the buyers journey and why you need to identify the pain points of your potenti

49 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.27 Social Media Tips for the Allied Health Professionals with Sandra D'Souza

Ep. 26 How the digital health world is changing with Steven Whittington from coreplus

oday on the podcast we talk with Steven Whittington, Chief Product Owner from coreplus. coreplus is an Australian online e-health practice management software that’s accessible anywhere, anytime saving time and money for their users. What is covered in this episode: How coreplus got started and the impact the cloud has had on the uptake of the software Developments in the last 6 months of the coreplus software including user interface upgrade, automated workflows and secure messaging A breakdown

48 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep. 26 How the digital health world is changing with Steven Whittington from coreplus

Ep.25 Insights into a fast growing and super focused business that’s taking the industry by storm

oday on the podcast we talk with Ingrid Cole from Everyday Independence. Based in Victoria, Everyday Independence supports children, adolescents and adults living with disabilities to improve their independence in everyday life through the provision of occupational therapy, speech pathology and physiotherapy What is covered in this episode: What Ingrid learnt going 'back on the tools' recently Supporting for people beyond their physical needs Everyday Independence’s range of services and how the

49 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.25 Insights into a fast growing and super focused business that’s taking the industry by storm

Ep.24 Never underestimate the power of a good VA and a full night’s sleep with Karina Follent

y superstar guest this week is the founding director of Pro-Assist, Karina Follent. After embarking on her journey as a virtual assistant and finding that the market was peppered with talent and often hard to break into, she stumbled on her niche. Commencing work with a physiotherapist she discovered the lack of support available in the virtual space for allied health professionals. Thus, Pro-Assist was born. Pro-Assist is a VA service for allied health professionals. Pro-Assist is a team that e

38 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.24 Never underestimate the power of a good VA and a full night’s sleep with Karina Follent

Ep.23 The more you do the more complex it gets with Joel Friedlaender

his week’s super intelligent and talented guest is the founding CEO of Cliniko, Joel Friedlaender. Joel has a background in software development and has been introduced to private practice by his partner. His partner is an Osteopath and was becoming increasingly frustrated with the practice management software options available. She suggested to Joel that he spend a few months creating some practice management software. Jump forward to now, 7 years later where Joel is working on Cliniko full-tim

46 MIN2018 MAY 8
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Ep.23 The more you do the more complex it gets with Joel Friedlaender

Latest Episodes

Ep.32 Helping children with disabilities one magazine at a time with Emma Price

oday in the podcast we talk with Emma Price, founder of Source Kids. Source Kids, founded in 2014, is a multi-channel resource magazine for parents and carers who are raising children with disability. What is covered in this episode: Emma’s inspiration in building this business Range of channels where Source Kids information is available How Source Kids has grown over the course of 4 years Variety of the magazine’s audience Information available on the Source Kids’ website and directory 1st Disa

44 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.32  Helping children with disabilities one magazine at a time with Emma Price

Ep.31 The Business Legal Lifecycle with Jeremy Streten

oday on the podcast we chat with lawyer and author Jeremy Streten from the Business Legal Lifecycle. No matter what the size your practice is, you must pay attention to the legal aspects right from the start. If you don’t take care of your legal obligations and plan for the inevitable problems that will surface, you will be exposing yourself to additional stress as a private practice owner. Jeremy breaks down the 13 phases of your business lifecycle to make it super easy for you to understand. W

60 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.31 The Business Legal Lifecycle with Jeremy Streten

Ep.30 Building innovation and creativity into your practice with Dee Wardrop

oday on the podcast we talk with Melbourne based clinician and private practice owner Dee Wardrop. What is covered in this episode: How one family helped Dee to start her speech therapy business The juggle of balancing a family and starting an allied health business Highlights of her business development of the last 10 years that has led to currently 12 staff and 3 sites The importance of having a beautiful and supportive workplace facilities Tips for recruiting the right staff members that fit

47 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.30 Building innovation and creativity into your practice with Dee Wardrop

Ep.29 The persistence and ambition behind building a multi-disciplinary paediatric practice with Amanda Abel

oday on the podcast we talk with Amanda Abel, founder of Northern Centre for Child Development (NCCD), a multidisciplinary paediatric practice in Preston Melbourne. Amanda has over fourteen years’ experience as a psychologist working with families and has a special interest in paediatrics, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, learning difficulties, disabilities and behaviour management. She has worked in a variety of settings in both the public and private sectors which has allowed h

51 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.29 The persistence and ambition behind building a multi-disciplinary paediatric practice with Amanda Abel

Ep.28 The Start-up Journey of an Allied Health Business with Tara Stafford

oday on the podcast we talk with Tara Stafford who is the founder of Learning Links Speech Pathology about her start up journey of the last 2 years. What is covered in this episode: Rebranding and the ups and downs of opening new clinics over the last 12 months. The steps and modelling she did in the planning phase and how that has led to rapid growth. How she came up with the business name. Her commitment to developing a family-friendly work culture. How she reduced her patient cancellation rat

39 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.28 The Start-up Journey of an Allied Health Business with Tara Stafford

Ep.27 Social Media Tips for the Allied Health Professionals with Sandra D'Souza

oday on the podcast we talk with Sandra D’Souza, author of Social Media for Baby Boomers and CEO of social media and marketing agency Curate Bee. What is covered in this episode: Social media tips for the allied health professionals Why it is important to understand how your customers use Facebook The struggles Sandra faced 8 years ago to find information online when researching her daughter's condition Understanding the buyers journey and why you need to identify the pain points of your potenti

49 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.27 Social Media Tips for the Allied Health Professionals with Sandra D'Souza

Ep. 26 How the digital health world is changing with Steven Whittington from coreplus

oday on the podcast we talk with Steven Whittington, Chief Product Owner from coreplus. coreplus is an Australian online e-health practice management software that’s accessible anywhere, anytime saving time and money for their users. What is covered in this episode: How coreplus got started and the impact the cloud has had on the uptake of the software Developments in the last 6 months of the coreplus software including user interface upgrade, automated workflows and secure messaging A breakdown

48 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep. 26 How the digital health world is changing with Steven Whittington from coreplus

Ep.25 Insights into a fast growing and super focused business that’s taking the industry by storm

oday on the podcast we talk with Ingrid Cole from Everyday Independence. Based in Victoria, Everyday Independence supports children, adolescents and adults living with disabilities to improve their independence in everyday life through the provision of occupational therapy, speech pathology and physiotherapy What is covered in this episode: What Ingrid learnt going 'back on the tools' recently Supporting for people beyond their physical needs Everyday Independence’s range of services and how the

49 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.25 Insights into a fast growing and super focused business that’s taking the industry by storm

Ep.24 Never underestimate the power of a good VA and a full night’s sleep with Karina Follent

y superstar guest this week is the founding director of Pro-Assist, Karina Follent. After embarking on her journey as a virtual assistant and finding that the market was peppered with talent and often hard to break into, she stumbled on her niche. Commencing work with a physiotherapist she discovered the lack of support available in the virtual space for allied health professionals. Thus, Pro-Assist was born. Pro-Assist is a VA service for allied health professionals. Pro-Assist is a team that e

38 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.24 Never underestimate the power of a good VA and a full night’s sleep with Karina Follent

Ep.23 The more you do the more complex it gets with Joel Friedlaender

his week’s super intelligent and talented guest is the founding CEO of Cliniko, Joel Friedlaender. Joel has a background in software development and has been introduced to private practice by his partner. His partner is an Osteopath and was becoming increasingly frustrated with the practice management software options available. She suggested to Joel that he spend a few months creating some practice management software. Jump forward to now, 7 years later where Joel is working on Cliniko full-tim

46 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
Ep.23 The more you do the more complex it gets with Joel Friedlaender
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