consulting-what to charge?

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consulting-what to charge?

Postby Somnotek » Tue Aug 17, 2004 5:40 am

Not sure what to charge for consulting work. Will write p&p's, questionnaires, initial set up of supplies, mask programs, on call for each shift (2 nights each week) for support. Any ideas? Please help!
Thanks a bunch!!!!
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consulting

Postby bozark » Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:57 pm

I am trying to come up with a fee schedule for consulting/training also. I'm interested in any input you have. It's so variable. I'm looking at hourly, daily, flat rate and rolling it into scoring charges if I will be doing ongoing scoring and support. You can reach me at emrushlow@yahoo.com if you like.
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consult-scoring

Postby TexasSleepguy » Thu Nov 25, 2004 4:24 pm

I have seen many people now doing home scoring and the rates are going down-down -down. a couple of people here in my city are scoring for 25$ a study. Consulting fees I am not sure about at this time.
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Postby blink5times » Tue Dec 21, 2004 6:03 am

About 10 years ago my boss was offered $50,000 for 3-6 months work setting up a sleep lab. P+P, hiring and training staff, selecting equipment and getting it going. She turned it down.
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Re: consult-scoring

Postby scsleep » Sat Mar 05, 2005 2:49 am

TexasSleepguy wrote:I have seen many people now doing home scoring and the rates are going down-down -down. a couple of people here in my city are scoring for 25$ a study. Consulting fees I am not sure about at this time.


in SC some are charging up to $50
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Consultant fees

Postby TwinSmoke » Thu Jul 07, 2005 8:35 am

My consultant, prior to becoming my partner, charged $350 per day plus expenses. She has been is sleep for something like 20 years and is also an RRT. Hope this can be of some help.
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