Business Ideas for Nurse Practitioner Entrepreneurs Presentation
Nurse practitioners can practice in many locations and can be a clinical practice as well as a consulting business, educational business. Read through the list and use it to develop your own business plan presentation, and it must include the following headings:
A. Concept Statement: What are the benefits of your product or service? Presenting the practice idea, reason for selecting this area and summarizes the general plan.
B. Marketing Plan: What is the target market and how will you penetrate it? Presents the need for the practice, which it will be marketed to and why that group. Present a sample of a marketing strategy (i.e. magazine, TV or radio ad)
C. Development: How will you develop and produce the product or service? What are the risks of the venture and what can you do to reduce these risks?
D. Finance & Accounting: What are the financial implications of the plan? What
resources, including funding, are required to successfully create the business plan? Show how you will support the business (billing). Expenses, contracts, building space et.
E. Legal Considerations: Identify any legal considerations the business team might foresee. Collaboration, protocols, State regulations, local regulation, licenses, certifications needed the business.
** Rubric for this assignment is at the end of the course syllabus and posted Blackboard. Choose one topic from the following for the PPT group presentation:
3. Corporate Practice o Wellness, Primary Care, Occupational
Occupational Health Consultant
Training of nurses, NP’s (AED, PALS, ACLS, EKGs, Specialty Procedures, etc.)
Health Food Retail Store
Radio Show Personality
Presentation – RUBRIC
(1) Clearly identifies the topic,
(2) Establishes goals and objectives of presentation
(3) Previews the rest of the presentation
Meets any two of the three criteria
Meets any one of the three criteria
Meets none of the three criteria
Content is clearly stated. All topics are clearly stated and discussed as outlined in the assignment. The word count/presentation length is adequate.
Content is clearly stated. However, all topics are not discussed. The word count/presentation length is adequate.
Content is unclear. The topics are not clearly stated. All topics are not discussed as outlined in the assignment. Word count/ presentation length not met.
Wording, spelling and grammar clear and distinct with good structure
Wording, spelling and grammar clear and distinct nearly all the time, no more than one misspelled word in presentation
Wording, spelling and grammar clear and distinct most of the time, no more than two misspelled word in presentation
Wording, spelling and grammar errors noted throughout presentation with more than two misspelled words in presentation
Well focused, creative and appropriate
Appropriate and reasonably focused
Topic is appropriate but lacks some focus or strays a bit
Visuals/creative imagery well- chosen and used throughout presentation
Visuals/creative imagery used often in presentation
Visuals/creative imagery seldom used in presentation
No visuals/creative imagery