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In this episode, host Christopher Hughey talks to Dr. Yates about Imposter Syndrome and how doctors can recognize it, face up to it, and cure it while increasing self-confidence and creating actionable plans to achieve their goals.
In this episode, host Christopher Hughey talks to Steven Huskey about the financial and planning mistakes many independent doctors make when setting up their own practices, and how to avoid them.
On this episode, host Christopher Hughey talks to Chris Wolpert of Group Benefit Solutions about pricing transparency in healthcare and how doctors can leverage it to improve outcomes and eliminate costs in our overburdened healthcare system.
Todd Mcglauchlin is an expense reduction consultant with more than two decades of experience. In this episode he shares where most doctors are losing money and how they can go around correcting it.
We are joined by Dr Erkeda DeRouen, a Board-Certified Family and Lifestyle Medicine physician that serves as a thought leader in healthcare innovation to talk about her own entrepreneurial journey and her challenges as an african-american woman in healthcare.
We are joined by Dr Ismail Sayeed, pediatrician and physician entrepreneur to talk about his cross-border telehealth communications platform Vios, why he transitioned away from clinical practice and how his entrepreneurial journey could not have been possible without that clinical background.
In this episode we are joined by Adam Sulkowski, professor at Babson College and author of more than 50 papers on entrepreneurship. He is also the author of the upcoming book Extreme Entrepreneurship, where he interviews thriving entrepreneurs in the toughest of environments.
Marshall Allen, author of the Amazon bestseller ‘Never Pay the First Bill: And Other Ways to Fight the Health Care System and Win’ to discuss how doctors and patients alike can fight a predatory healthcare system and win, and what independent doctors can do to beat a system rigged against them.
In this episode we are joined by Dr Brent Lacey, MD - a gastroenterologist, finance coach and physician entrepreneur to talk about inefficiencies in medical practices, as well as how to identify and avoid them.
In this episode we are joined by Patrick McNally and John McMahon of the Mayo Clinic's Well-Being Index team to talk about physician well-being, how it's measured and how physicians can -and should!- be aware of it.
In this episode we are joined by Dr Niran Al-Agba who shares her experience as a second generation independent pediatric practice owner.
In this episode Christopher is joined by Dr Robert Pearl, MD, to talk about his latest book Uncaring and the need to stand up against the current healthcare model.
In this episode we are joined by Dr Bill Hennessey MD, founder of Pratter - a medical cost savings and transparency company - to talk about the need for price transparency in healthcare and his approach towards disintermediation between patients and physicians.
In this episode we are joined by Dr Janice Johnston, MD and Dr David Berg, DC of Redirect Health to talk about their model of DPC.
In this episode, we are joined by Drs Lindsay Moore-Ostby, MD and Rachel Holliday, MD to talk about their journey from disappointment and burn out to a fulfilling practice that serves their patients, their community and themselves better.
We sat down with Dr Errin Weisman, a former practicing physician who discovered her passion was no longer in clinical care and decided to say goodbye to burn out and become, in her own words, a badass!
We are joined by Dr Scott Sigman, the original opioid-sparing orthopedic surgeon, medical device developer, researcher, founder of OrthoLazer Orthopedic Centers, and main reason for the hashtag #FollowTheFro to talk to us about Orthopreneurship.
In this episode, we are joined by Christina Bailey of Folium Medical who pulls back the curtain on the medical supply industry. She explains why most independent practice owners are paying huge markups with their day to day medical supplies and what you can do to avoid that!
Jeff Levine MD, a former gastroenterologist and pharma doc joins us to talk about an app that helps clinicians get their medical samples and access to their reps on demand. No more being interrupted in your office and chased down the hall by the rep. Now YOU call THEM.
Tom Morris, wealth management advisor, joins us in this episode to discuss why doctors need a real financial planner to help them keep -and grow- the money they make during their career!
Our guest for this episode is Dr Marion Mass, pediatrician and co-founder of the grassroots Practicing Physicians of America. Her goal is to help doctors and patients take the driver's seat and evict the rent seekers of medicine.
In this episode we are joined by Dr Brent Jackson, Chief Medical Officer for Mercy General in Sacramento, CA to discuss the physician life-cycle, burnout, and transitioning into leadership within healthcare.
Our guest this week is a physician and serial entrepreneur who claims to know how to fix our broken healthcare system. It involves Primary Care Physicians and what he refers to as mini-insurance companies.
In this episode, Christopher and Dr E interview Priscilla Romans, a nurse-entrepreneur who founded Graith Care with the goal of helping patients navigate the often complex world of healthcare.
In this episode, Dr Brian Yodice shares with our listeners about his experience launching a new chiropractic practice during the pandemic.
In this episode we are joined by Adam Knihtila, also known as CFO Adam, to talk about the benefits of having a virtual CFO in your practice. You probably don't know this, but you're leaving money on the table! And hiring a fractionated, virtual CFO, can help you identify and recover it!
In this episode we sat down with Steve Rix from Clever Rx to talk about the big disparities in prescription pricing and how doctors can help their patients get the best prices and avoid sudden price changes.
In this episode we talk about what it means to be intentional with your marketing.
In this episode, we're joined by Steven Taibbi –a recipient of two heart transplants and survivor of four open-heart surgeries– to discuss the things he's learned about being a patient and what makes up for better outcomes.
In this episode Dr E and Christopher share their thoughts about the changes that COVID has introduced to the practice of medicine and how these changes will affect doctors and healthcare providers moving forward.