About Ideal Medical Practices

Ideal Medical Practices (IMP) provides support to small, independent medical practices across the country. We're a peer-to-peer membership organization helping practices committed to relationship-based care succeed and thrive.

IMP is the only national nonprofit working to ensure that small practitioners across the country have what we need to continue to innovate and grow in today’s challenging and changing healthcare environment.

The member clinics of IMP are provider-owned with fewer than six practitioners. Each is designed around the core philosophy that the strength of the patient-provider relationship is the single biggest determinant of health outcomes. The business and clinical structures of IMP practices are developed to support this philosophy of care, and encompass diverse models. In IMP, there is no one size that fits all.  Each clinic is exactly right for the provider, the provider’s patients, and their community.  

And IMP is here to help. As an organization, we provide the tools, education and community network we all need. We work to achieve the goal of our practices to deliver exactly the care patients want and need, exactly when they want and need it, while preserving autonomy, work-life balance, and job satisfaction for our member providers.  

Together we can continue to work independently by having a common voice, sharing resources and ideas, and advocating for a system that includes and supports small independent medical providers nationwide.  

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  • Posted in: Member Forum

    Another option you can look at is a SAM splint. I used them when I was working in the field more, but they are effective, very easy to work with, removable, and don’t come with any of the issues surrounding molding, etc. Probably cost ~$10/ea, but maybe ...

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    We too used orthoglass at our Urgent Care. . . we did carry all the sizes (2" kids, 3" adult arms, 4" LE's adult) but also had some prefab boots, wrist splints, etc.. Maybe see how many you sent away, what are the most frequent bones affected, ...

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    I use orthoglass for splints when I work in Urgent care.  Very easy to learn and apply and no mess.  Cost is about 100-150 per roll but you will be able to do about 10-15 splints per roll.  I would suggest buying the 3".  Unless you use it alot, it is ...

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