Could you share with me if you use a sliding ladder in your office and, if so, how do you get to the ladder? Hello Tamara, I read through your consulting and management site from time to time. Goodness, as I wish you could provide surveillance in Minnesota! I just read your answer to Jill about the reduced fees and the superiors who say, «Just jump on the agency car» and «Cut your teeth like the rest of us.» It`s frustrating and they hear it`s a breath of fresh air. Thank you for the support you give. I`m also thinking about how to integrate a small number of spots for the gl hover ladder, and I appreciate everyone`s contributions, I also work with several low-level families. I may apply to a council. I think if I`m on the podium, it could get chaotic with a slippery ladder, and my income could drop further if the refunds didn`t look like my expenses. What do you think? Thank you very much! You know, it was really cool when I looked for sliding diagrams for advice and your #3 was on the normal search! It`s a great job. In addition, I wanted to thank you, I like that you not only have a diagram, but you showed us how we can do it! I love it! Step 8 – Remember that you can`t offer a sliding fee scale to some of your customers and not to others. Think about how to collect and document your equity in managing your sliding scale. One option is to create a form that collects relevant information from each client. This information may include proof of annual household income, number of dependants, chronic/debilitating diseases, etc. (Keep in mind to update this form regularly. […] to determine what a customer pays.
Tamara Suttle of The Private Practice of the Inside Out has written a great article on setting up a […] I am not sure where you are geographically, but I do not know anything about how much you set your fees. Where does this information come from? I`m going to start my private practice next month. I am currently working on my website (Revivecounselingcenter.com), so it is currently under construction… Anyway, I`m STU on what to do: My goal is the Latino population, because I speak Spanish and there is such a need in my community. My problem at hand is that most children will have Medicaid, but parents will not be insured and cannot pay $100 meeting. I`m open to calculating less (sliding fee scale) with the understanding that I can`t go bankrupt to do my business and my work is valuable! How can I make the acceptance of insurance and a balance of backstage costs at work-LEGALLY!? I understand that you can calculate no less than one insurance you pay for your wood-panelled insurance. So if I have an insurance that pays $75, another $80 and $90 more, I agree if my lowest sliding fee schedule is $75 an hour? Thank you very much! I liked this plan because it provided an opportunity for those who could not afford services for a short period of time. It eliminates mathematics from a slippery scale, and it allows you to give to the community you use by offering almost free services to a number of customers.