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2022 Year in Review

Grow Midwives (GM), LLC in Review – 2022 Grow Midwives (GM) consulting formed in 2017 to address persisting barriers that challenge sustaining and scaling up the midwifery profession. Core to GM values is the belief that midwives are essential, licensed healthcare professionals that are highly educated and trained to provide essential services that should be… Continue reading 2022 Year in Review

2023 New Midwives Round Table

2023 New Midwives Round Table

Grow Midwives  2023 New Midwives Round Table Grow Midwives is organizing a second roundtable learning experience – this time for NEW midwives! We are searching for 20 new midwives (<5 years of practice) working in diverse settings and career paths. The aim is to gather in a small conversational format with those  willing to share… Continue reading 2023 New Midwives Round Table

Ginger Breedlove Selected to New APC Board of TDC

  Dr. Ginger Breedlove, CEO, Founder & Principal Consultant of Grow Midwives LLC, has been selected to join a new Advisory Board of The Doctor’s Company (TDC). The new Advisory Board, formed of Advanced Practice Clinicians (APCs) from throughout the United States, will meet with TDC executives to share insight on issues affecting Nurse Practitioners,… Continue reading Ginger Breedlove Selected to New APC Board of TDC

Incident To Billing: Understanding the “Incident To” Provision of Medicare

Because you were “not aware” does not make you immune from consequences of fraudulent billing for services provided OR that you ask someone else to provide. Check out our webinar on Incident To Billing: Understanding the “Incident To” Provision of Medicare to learn about the new CMS “Incident To” billing changes!     Download the… Continue reading Incident To Billing: Understanding the “Incident To” Provision of Medicare

Understanding and Creating Midwifery Fee Schedules

Understanding and Creating Midwifery Fee Schedules One of the biggest questions that I get asked is “How do I set my fee schedule?” The simplest way to set a fee schedule is to use a percentage of what Medicare allows. For example, a family practice clinic may charge 150% to 200% of what Medicare allows,… Continue reading Understanding and Creating Midwifery Fee Schedules

From Nose to Tail: Common Coverage Issues For Midwives

From Nose to Tail: Common Coverage Issues For Midwives Midwives often find themselves unaware of the need for tail coverage when leaving a position. Either they were unaware of the type of policy insured under, had not planned for paying their own tail, or unaware of time limits some tail policy’s provide. This one-hour webinar… Continue reading From Nose to Tail: Common Coverage Issues For Midwives

Proforma for Midwife Start Ups

Proforma for Midwife Start Ups Readiness & Financial Implications in Starting a Business | June 2021 Grow Midwives Custom Finance Modeling Tool for Opening Your Own Private Practice Grow Midwives has helped new Midwifery businesses with financial modeling for raising venture capital/startup funding and private equity partnerships. We have over 50 years of combined experience… Continue reading Proforma for Midwife Start Ups

Fair Market Value in Midwifery Employment Arrangements

Fair Market Value | March 11, 2021  An informative conversation with #GrowMidwives team Joe and Ginger as they discuss fair market value concepts and current scenarios. After a comprehensive legal overview, highlights include what (if any) implications around FMV are related to Stark Law, Safe Harbor, and wRVUs as rationale for capping midwifery compensation. Along… Continue reading Fair Market Value in Midwifery Employment Arrangements

RVUs a Primer for Midwives

RVUs and Midwifery – Really? Yes, many Midwives work under specific contract clauses for a base salary, incentive bonus and/or annual performance metrics. Do RVUs bring value to the midwife? Yes, monetarily they can, and also, RVUs can bring many challenges, hardships and lead to divisive practice politics. If you are interested in knowing the… Continue reading RVUs a Primer for Midwives

Negotiating At Will Contracts

October 7, 2020 Negotiating At Will Contracts – Joseph Booth, Lesley Rathbun and Ginger Breedlove This panel presentation will help midwives improve their understanding on how to protect your professional career, view examples from redacted contracts with concerning content, and how to negotiate terms. Midwives who can skillfully negotiate the terms and conditions of employment… Continue reading Negotiating At Will Contracts