At times, working with managed care insurance panels in private practice felt like dating a bad boyfriend. I was constantly investing more time and attention than “he” was in the “relationship” and it started to wear me down. I got up the nerve to break it off for good. I’ve never looked back.
I understand that building a practice free of managed care isn’t for every therapist. I am grateful for excellent colleagues who participate on insurance panel because and there is a great need for their services and I frequently refer clients to them. However, if you’re a private practitioner considering building a practice outside of managed care, I share my experience of resigning from managed care to give you the courage to take the leap, and the faith to know that it can work. So here’s my story…
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