39. How Physicians Can Thrive In Challenging Times with Tom Davis, MD

blog podcast May 08, 2020

Starting in 1994, Dr. Davis and his partners leveraged one of the first total risk Medicare Advantage contracts into a multi-specialty health system which sold 18 years later for $132m.

Since then, he’s paid his good fortune forward, using his experience from the trenches to help patients do better by helping organizations and clinicians do better themselves.

  • For those who want out of clinical practice, Dr. Davis mentor clinicians in their transition through CliniciansCooperative.com---Use the code “Welcome” for a free preview.
  • For those looking to create their first non-clinical revenue stream, I help clinicians leverage their peer credibility to everyone’s success at www.WOW.Healthcare/Advocate
  • For those who still want to practice, Dr. Davis mentors clinicians in transitioning into alternate practice models---cash pay (www.WOW.Healthcare), telemedicine (TelemedicineMastery.com), concierge practice.
  • For those who still want to stay employed, Dr....
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38. Specialist Webinar

blog podcast May 06, 2020

Schedule a free Q&A call: privatepractice.show/help

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37. Physician Coaching Call—Time Management as a Busy Physician, Parent, and Practice Owner

blog podcast May 01, 2020

As the pandemic continues to affect the nation, private practice physicians are facing new challenges. Thankfully, at the moment my practice is not swamped, which is good because that means coronavirus has not hit here yet. Now is an opportune time to help fellow physicians in the trenches by working through some of these challenges together to figure out how to make the best of this difficult time for medical practices. 

In my experience as a physician, time management means focusing on whatever your priority is at the moment or for the day, week, month and year. Throughout the day, the priority may change, but in each moment you should be mindful of what the priority is and work toward meeting your goals. 

When you work with the priority in mind, you are able to ensure that your time is well managed. The litmus test for using your time wisely is to ask yourself: Am I doing the things that only I can do? 

Just a matter of time

One physician I spoke with recently...

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36. Coronavirus Coaching Call—Starting a New Telemedicine Practice, Social Media, Marketing and Tech Issues

blog podcast Apr 27, 2020

  

In this current state of emergency, doctors are moving many appointments to telemedicine. Being able to see patients virtually allows your practice to potentially expand beyond your normal parameters. There are many factors to consider in marketing a telemedicine practice, but by breaking it down, you can set your medical practice up for success with tried and tested marketing techniques. 

 

Find your Niche

Just like many businesses right now are having to pivot, a good place for your medical practice to start with telemedicine is by finding your niche. One child and adolescent psychiatrist I spoke with is not seeing as many patients as usual right now, which affords her the time to focus on marketing to gain some momentum. Now is a great time to take advantage of the fact that people are in need and because of that, telemedicine restrictions are more relaxed. 

Ask yourself, “What does your ideal patient look like?” When I asked a psychiatrist...

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35. Available, Affable, Able—How to be a Physician Modern Patients Need & Demand

blog podcast Apr 23, 2020

One essential lesson of this pandemic is that we as physicians have to work to get patients in the door in order to remain relevant. I have found that the “Three A’s” are the perfect formula to get patients to visit you and rave about the experience to others in your community. It ultimately comes down to being available, affable and able – in that order. 

Doctors need to be available

Many physicians assume that being an ivy-league trained, hyper-specific specialist will make them successful in practice. While that might open some doors in getting the position you desire, that’s not what patients actually want, need or care about. When a patient needs care in the ED or ICU they don’t ask where the doctor went to school...if they trained under Dr. So and so...they want to know that there is SOMEONE (anyone!) who can provide the care they need. This information is not nearly as important as the treatment and execution of care. 

Patients...

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34. Coronavirus Coaching Call - Primary Care Volume Strategies, Starting Social Media, Reaching Out to Current Patients

blog podcast Apr 20, 2020

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33. Why Patient Experience Matters with Rob Markey of the Net Promoter System

blog podcast Apr 16, 2020

Rob Markey

Podcast: The Net Promoter System Podcast 

Twitter: @rgmarkey

 

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32. Lead From the Heart for Physicians with Mark Crowley

blog podcast Apr 13, 2020

Mark Crowley author of, Lead from the Heart: Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century

Website: markccrowley.com

Book: Lead from the Heart: Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century

Twitter: @MarkCCrowley

Podcast: Lead From The Heart 

 

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31. Coronavirus Coaching Call—How to Get Started on Social Media for Your Practice

blog podcast Apr 10, 2020

 

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30. Personal and Practice Financial Security in Uncertain Times with wealthymomMD Dr. Bonnie Koo

blog podcast Apr 08, 2020

 

Wealthy Mom MD, Dr. Bonnie Koo

Website: wealthymommd.com

Facebook: wealthymommd 

Instagram: @wealthymommd

 If you want to take your practice to the next level, join the private Facebook group for physicians only --> The Private Practice Accelerator, click the link below to join now!

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