Blog2019-07-18T23:24:01-04:00

Why Co-Working Works for Health & Wellness – Technology and Support

April 12th, 2019|

Part II in a Three-Part Series – Many health and wellness practices today operate the same way they did decades ago – paper-based, manual processes performed by people. While we are comfortable with these setups, they are time and cost-intensive. Leveraging technology can reduce time spent on administrative tasks and improve your bottom line. However, managing it on your own can be overwhelming and cost-prohibitive. This is where a co-working community, specializing in health and wellness can be hugely beneficial.

Nexis Wellness Advisor Offers Insight Into Tech Trends

April 11th, 2019|

Nexis is excited to share the latest news from one of its Advisory Board Members, Derek Ritchea with Spurrier Capital Partners, who works closely with one of our trusted partners Valant. We pride ourselves in partnering with leading providers and giving our Members access to advisors with insight into tech trends that help them run more successful and efficient practices.

Why Co-Working Works for Health & Wellness – A Collaborative Community

March 21st, 2019|

Part I in a Three-Part Series - Running a health and wellness practice can be overwhelming. Creating your business plan, negotiating leases, reviewing insurance contracts and administrative work is worthwhile, but non-billable time. Co-working within a community of providers, with business experts available to help, is an excellent way to reduce your stress and improve your practice’s chances for success.

Co-Working Space Tailor Made for Behavioral Health Professionals Diversifies

November 1st, 2018|

Nexis Medical Offices, Cleveland’s first and only co-working space specifically designed for behavioral health practitioners, today announced the business’ rebrand to Nexis Wellness. The comprehensive rebrand elevates the Member focus beyond behavioral health to include functional medicine doctors, dieticians and nutritionists, alternative/complementary practitioners, agencies and non-profits. It also includes a new logo, positioning and website.

Make Sure Your Practice Is Insured

July 26th, 2018|

At Nexis Medical Offices, we work with my providers who are new to private practice either because they’re just starting out or they are planning to leave a group or agency. One of the first set of questions they ask is whether they need insurance on Day 1, what sorts of insurance products should they look into, and why does Nexis require every Member have coverage. To help answer these questions, we’ve reached out to Michelle Hirsch, SVP, at Brunswick Companies.