04 Aug The Entrepreneur Physician
Physicians are entrepreneurs too.
In a recent Kevin MD Podcast, Dr. Pho shares why physicians need to be trained with entrepreneurial and business skills to stay ahead of the curve. Check out the link below!
One entrepreneurial tactic that works great for doctors and their practice that I learned recently is the Dream 100.
You write down the list of 100 people who want to be part of your circle, who you want to collaborate with, and to who you can contribute to. When you can pinpoint the top 100 people, you get clarity which then helps you focus on who you want to connect and plan with!
This Dream 100 list is something that I’m actively working on.
What are some entrepreneurial steps that you’re taking for your business? Do share!
Founder, CenterPoint Radiation Oncology
Teaching medical students entrepreneurial and business skills is invaluable as the need for leadership in medicine grows in every single sector. Many physicians already engage in managerial and entrepreneurial-like practices without labeling these skills. By formalizing these skills into medical education, physicians will be able to take their ambitions and ideas about how to best run existing health care institutions and translate them into innovations for the future of the field.
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Guess what? I collaborated with a pediatrician and entrepreneur
Dr. Nneka Unachukwu on a new book The EntreMD Method: A Proven Roadmap for Doctors Who Want to Live Life and Practice Medicine on Their Terms
I shared my thoughts on how to create a resilient Doctor’s Mindset.
I’d love for you to check it out and please let me know what you think.
I’d love to hear from you!
How do you create a growth mindset?
House Committee Advances Bill to Streamline Prior Authorization
The measure would require an electronic process and shorter response times from plans
In a moment of comity that’s becoming increasingly rare in Congress, the House Ways & Means Committee voted unanimously by voice vote to send to the House floor a bill to improve prior authorization procedures in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans.