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10 REASONS WHY RESIDENCY WAS THE BEST!
Sure, you own your own business, you get to create life-long partnerships with your patients and your annual income has a few more zeroes after it, but darn it all if you don’t miss residency! It’s such a gift that all those years of medical school are topped off with diving into the trenches. Finally, you got that hands-on experience that you’d been dreaming of. If given the opportunity, you’d definitely do residency again, right?
Social Media Marketing Myths for Your Practice
You think your practice should have a social media marketing initiative. It’s a free and easy way to market your practice, right? Well, not so fast.
Don’t get us wrong, your practice is a small business, and it should have an active social media presence. But there are several myths about social media marketing to dispel. To learn how your practice can effectively use social media, be sure to sign up for our free webinar.
Can “Dr. Google” Help Your Practice?
The “Internet of Things” democratized access to information for the world at large. Equally, actual information – both good and bad – is democratized, misinforming patients about medical data and diagnosis. Some doctors find themselves in a competition with Dr. Google for their patients’ health information needs. But what many perceive to be a nuisance, is a positive for physicians in private practice.
What Makes Private Practice Physicians Different from Hospital Employee Physicians?
The headlines don’t stop. “More and More Doctors Choosing to Leave Private Practice.” “Private Practice Physicians Are a Dying Breed.” There have been major changes to the healthcare industry in the past decade, and private practices have been bearing the brunt with many doctors choosing hospital…
What They Don’t Teach You in Medical School: Your Time Is Valuable
The moment you enroll in Medical School, the message is clear: your time is not your own anymore. For the next several years you will be in school, residency and fellowship. You will move, possibly several times, to go on to the next phase. Your spouse…
Married to Medicine: 6 Secrets of Doctors’ Spouses
The idea of your parents pressuring you to find a nice doctor or lawyer to marry is an old joke. In American culture, we’ve assumed that those married to doctors are living the good life – spending long days at the country club, lunching between tennis lessons…
The Nine Best Vacation Destinations for Doctors
Working long hours? Feeling a little burnt out? It’s probably time to think about a vacation. After all you do to care for others, it’s important to also create time to care for yourself and experience that work-life balance everyone talks about. Of course, self-care doesn’t…
Top 10 Things Doctors Would Rather Do than Click Through Drop-Down Menus
Does it feel like doctors are spending more time staring at their laptop screens than engaging with their patients? It’s not their fault! The documentation requirements for doctors have exploded in the past few years. We know all those drop-down menus can be frustrating for doctors,…
Vaccines: How to Tell a Better Story than Your Patients’ Friends
During World War II, there was a young U.S. Army medic named Ray. He was in Europe when he received a letter that his 6-year-old sister had passed away. He was flown home to attend the funeral and be with his family. Except, Ray never actually…
The Five Rules of Relaxation
Rachel was taking a mini break during her long day of seeing patients at the doctor’s office. It was Wednesday. The week was halfway over, but it really didn’t make a difference to her. Between soccer games, birthday parties and catching up on her patient documentation,…