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Today we discuss a popular hospital-based job that can also serve as a stepping stone to the C-suite. It is the position of CDI medical director. CDI is the acronym for clinical documentation improvement, or more commonly today, clinical documentation integrity. I have interviewed two CDI specialists in the past. One worked primarily as an independ…
 
Your first job interview is a critical part of your nontraditional job search. You’ve narrowed your choice to a single job. You’ve convinced someone that you’re qualified. And now you’ve landed an interview. There may be an initial phone interview. Then you may be invited to one-on-one or group interviews. Some of today's tips apply primarily to fa…
 
On today’s show, I have the pleasure of introducing Dr. Cherisa Sandrow. She is a board-certified family physician who completed her medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She worked for nine years practicing family medicine, with an emphasis on obstetrics. After practicing medicine as an employee, Dr. Sandrow pivoted o…
 
Today’s topic is one I’ve been dying to talk about for a long time. It has to do with professional associations and societies and their place in physician career transition. Today for the podcast I am going to introduce you to important professional societies and associations. I will be visiting each society’s site online today so that I can provid…
 
Dr. Andrew Tisser specializes in emergency medicine and is the host of the Talk2MeDoc Podcast. The podcast and Dr. Tisser's work as a career strategist focus on the unique issues pertaining to the early career physician. Andrew earned his medical degree at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed his r…
 
Today I thought I would discuss another topic related to the pursuit of a hospital management job. I read an article on KevinMD by Patty Fahy, MD recently that talked about BSM (Business School Mindset). The author gave examples of the BSM mindset: "...graduates are assured that an MBA degree has prepared them to manage in any industry: a tattoo pa…
 
Today I discuss my work as chief medical officer. I spent 14 years as a senior hospital executive. There was a lot to like about that job. More than I can cover in one podcast episode. I presented the positive aspects of a hospital management career in Podcast Episode #20. But today, I’ll focus on some of the specific projects I worked on and the d…
 
Dr. Chase DiMarco holds an MS and an MBA, and is an MD/Ph.D-candidate. He is the Founder of MedEd University and the CEO of FindARotation, a clinical rotations platform. He hosts the Medical Mnemonist Podcast and Rounds to Residency Podcast and is co-author of Read This Before Medical School, published in 2019. Chase is a consummate entrepreneur, a…
 
This is Part 2 of my discussion of coaches and how to hire one. I receive frequent questions about this topic from listeners. Their questions generally involve one or more of these themes: Should I use a coach? Where do I find a coach? Are coaches expensive? Do you recommend certain coaches? I'm aware of three directories of physician coaches: Happ…
 
This is Part 1 of my discussion of coaches and how to hire one. I receive frequent questions about this topic from listeners. Their questions generally involve one or more of these themes: Should I use a coach? Where do I find a coach? What does coaching cost? Do you recommend certain coaches? I have spoken on the podcast in the past about what coa…
 
Dr. Laura McKain is a board-certified physician with more than ten years of pharmaceutical industry experience. She has experience with clinical-regulatory strategy, study design, protocol writing, Phase 2-4 clinical trials, medical monitoring, safety surveillance, data analysis, and report writing. She received her medical degree from Georgetown U…
 
What can you expect, and how should you prepare, when leaving your current position? Most of you will be in the following situation: Working for a medical group or healthcare system. You find clinical medicine to be frustrating and unrewarding for a variety of reasons, including: lack of respect, understaffing, poorly designed or slow EMRs, long ho…
 
Dr. Maiysha Clairborne was a guest of the podcast on Episodes 40 and 151. She has returned to the PNC Podcast because she is an amazing coach. She has worked with hundreds of physicians to improve their careers and their lives. And she has a new program that I want to learn more about and share with you. As a quick reminder, Maiysha is a Board Cert…
 
This discussion was first presented in June of 2019. It was in response to one of the most common questions brought up in the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook Group. Your MD or DO degree is valuable. It enables you to compete for jobs with PhDs and PharmDs. Remember, too, that these jobs are open to residency-trained physicians, often …
 
Dr. Brook Choulet is a concierge psychiatrist and the founder of Choulet Wellness in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Choulet was raised in San Diego, California, and completed her medical degree at the University of Missouri Kansas City’s rigorous six-year BA/MD program. She then pursued training in General Psychiatry at the University of Arizona College …
 
Dr. Marsha Caton obtained her M.S. in Biology and Ph.D. in Human and Molecular Genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She has worked in the pharmaceutical industry for many years and is an expert in managing NDA submission teams and delivery of regulatory documents for drug approval. She has expertise in medical writing, medical affai…
 
In today's episode, I describe how coaches, mentors, and masterminds can support your career transition. My first mentor was an internist I met through my volunteer work in continuing medical education at my hospital and state medical society. He encouraged me to pursue a career in hospital management. What are the characteristics of a MENTOR? Here…
 
Today we're revisiting the conversation with Dr. Dana Carpenter from Episode #61. It was an eye-opening interview introducing us to Medical Communications. Sometimes this term is used to refer to any company that employs medical writers, such as a CME producer. However, in this context, we’re talking about the firms that provide marketing and adver…
 
Nonclinical Nation, it has been a long time since we have heard about clinical documentation improvement as a nonclinical career. And I thought it was time to revisit this topic. In fact, there are many interviews from early in the podcast that are worth revisiting. So, I decided to bring back some of them during this summer of 2021. We'll post sev…
 
Dr. Fisayo Ositelu completed an MD and MBA, graduating from Stanford University with both degrees in 2013. Rather than complete a clinical residency, he chose to leverage his education by working in Silicon Valley. Using his medical and business training, he assisted his first employer with developing and selling products to healthcare organization…
 
Dr. Luissa Kiprono is a perinatologist with a very interesting background, having been born and raised in Romania. As a child, she qualified for the Romanian gymnastics team and turned it down to pursue her education. She emigrated to the United States with her family when she was 19 years old. She set her sights on becoming a physician. She worked…
 
This week I present my conversation with Dr. Jonathan Baktari, the quintessential physician entrepreneur. Jonathan received his medical degree at Ohio State. Following that, he completed his internal medicine residency at Northwestern University and pulmonary/critical care fellowship at UCLA. He was at the peak of his medical career when he saw a n…
 
Dr. Stephanie E. Freeman, is a board-certified critical care specialist, best-selling author, speaker, and consultant. In addition, she is the expert in helping doctors discover alternative careers in medicine. As Founder and Chief Medical Advisor of DrStephanieICU.com, Dr. Stephanie discusses real-world career strategies to help physicians “think …
 
This week, Dr. Leelee Thames, the Chief Value Officer at Novant Health, is our guest. She is the third University of Tennessee physician executive MBA graduate to join us. During our interview, she will explain why she loves her job. Leelee completed her medical degree at Texas A& M College of Medicine and her anesthesiology residency at the Univer…
 
I want to remind you that the Nonclinical Career Academy Membership Program has just re-opened after being closed to new members for 6 months. There are more than 20 courses for physicians looking to shift to a nonclinical career. I’ll say more about that later. For now, if you want to learn more about it, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/joinnca. I…
 
The Nonclinical Career Academy Membership Program has just re-opened after being closed to new members for almost 6 months. There are more than 20 courses for physicians looking to shift to a nonclinical career available to members. And to kick things off, on Wednesday, June 9, at 7 PM Central, I’m hosting a free training called Discover Your First…
 
Today we'll hear from another graduate of the University of Tennessee Physician Executive MBA program. Dr. Rachel George completed her medical education at J. J. M. Medical School in Davangere, India, and her internal medicine residency at Mercy Hospital in Chicago Illinois. She got her start in management as the medical director of the hospital me…
 
Dr. Randall (Randy) Cook a well-respected clinician, educator, and organizational leader. He holds certifications from the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Preventive Medicine in the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine subspecialty, as well as certifications from the American Professional Wound Care Association and the American Boar…
 
Today I would like to ask a favor of you. This is episode 196, which means that we are rapidly approaching EPISODE 200. I can’t believe it. I want to do something special for my 200th episode. I’d like to find out what, if any, impact this podcast has had on YOU. So, here is what I would like to do (but it depends on YOU to help me out). I’d love t…
 
Welcome back Nonclinical Nation. Today we're going back to basics. But before we get too far into today’s monologue, I would like to ask a favor of you. As stated in the opening, this is episode 195, which means that we are rapidly approaching EPISODE 200. I can’t believe it. Two hundred weekly episodes – almost 4 years of consistent content. I wan…
 
In today’s interview, I’m talking with the Head of Growth at Gentem about branding and marketing. Gentem is a Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Company that uses AI to eliminate medical billing headaches for independent medical practices. Omar Khateeb is a former medical student who left to become a sales, marketing, and branding expert. After s…
 
I’ve brought a great guest back to the podcast. Dr. Peter Kim will teach us a bit about how to build a thriving real estate passion project on today’s show. Many of you should be familiar with Dr. Peter Kim. He offers the Leverage & Growth Virtual Summit, the Passive Income MD blog, and his Passive Real Estate Academy. He first joined us in Episode…
 
In today’s interview, Dr. Francis Yoo explains why we must imagine our eulogy in order to pursue freedom and meaning in our lives. Francis is a born-and-raised New Yorker. He runs a part-time cash-pay, holistic-integrative private practice. And he helps physicians awaken to their potential, do soul-searching, inner work, and profound personal devel…
 
This week, I spend a few minutes discussing which advanced degree to consider pursuing to advance your career. This issue was triggered by a listener’s question. And it truly made me think more deeply about the issue. I start by listing the general principles to consider when deciding on which advanced degree to pursue if any. There is no randomize…
 
“Committees are, by nature, timid. They are based on the premise of safety in numbers, content to survive inconspicuously rather than take risks and move independently ahead.” Have you perhaps made similarly derisive comments about committees at your hospital or in your practice? If you have, you’re in good company. That particular quote is from Fe…
 
In this week's podcast, Dr. Sanj Katyal describes how he can help you apply positive psychology to save your career. Dr. Sanj Katyal completed his Medical Degree at the New York University School of Medicine, and his residency in Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Sanj also holds certifications in Positive Psychology and Posi…
 
Dr. Dan Field explains how he went from retirement to ardent CMO in this week's interview. Dr. Dan Field is the chief medical officer for MDstaffers, recently ranked the 49th fastest-growing company in the United States. There, he oversees all clinical staff operations and quality assurance. He also oversees the Medical Expert staffing component. D…
 
In this week’s interview, Dr. Jonathan Vitale explains how he found his remote nonclinical career in utilization management. Dr. Vitale is a board-certified Family Physician, certified counselor, and Physician Transition Coach. He transitioned from a traditional clinical career to a full-time remote career in Utilization Management. He has extensiv…
 
One Texas attorney made a name for himself by appearing as a cat emoji during court proceedings. While his presentation error didn't end the court proceedings, he did create a delay and an impression. Being a cat is not the impression you want to create as we find remote work becoming more of an accepted and expected norm. From learning to be bette…
 
In this week’s episode of the PNC Podcast, John Lee Dumas, of Entrepreneurs on Fire, helps us learn what it takes to create uncommon success when creating an online business. I was so pumped to be able to interview JLD. The opportunity came because he is promoting his new book, to be released one week after this episode is released. JLD is the foun…
 
Armin Feldman, MD is a practices Forensic Medicine not only providing critical information to legal clients, but also teaching other physicians how to launch their own nonclinical career path in the interesting field of medical legal consulting. In his interview he not only recaps his range of experiences that led to his own career change, but prov…
 
Dr. Dianne Ansari-Winn is an Anesthesiologist who received her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor. She also completed a Master’s Degree in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She then completed her residency in Anesthesiology at Illinois Masonic Medica…
 
Do you sometimes dream of visiting scenic and exotic places with great food, fun activities and wonderful companions? Do those dreams include being paid to be there? The Reeders, started a global Cycling CME business taking physicians around the world, having fun, chasing their dreams and helping physicians obtain necessary education... Both the Re…
 
Dr. Heather Hammerstedt is board certified in emergency medicine and lifestyle medicine. She received her medical degree from Temple University and a master’s in public health at Harvard University. She learned emergency medicine at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency. She is an integrative nutrition coach, and CEO of Wholist, where…
 
Today’s episode is a bit longer than usual. But it is worth it! This interview will provide the deepest dive into jobs in Pharma and Medical Devices that I have done by far! Dr. Mario Mendoza is a board-certified anesthesiologist, chemist, and independent biotech medical affairs consultant, and biotech careers coach. He has 13-plus years of experie…
 
Pennie Sempell has spent much of her adult life answering this question: How do I boost my resilience? In today’s interview, she explains what she and her colleagues have developed to address that very challenge. Pennie Sempell completed her undergraduate B.A. in Psychology and her Law Degree at the University of California. For over 25 years Penni…
 
Physician often express there nonclinical career objectives as any job that will use their knowledge their skills and pay reasonably well... I equate that quest with the fairy tale, Alice in Wonderland when Alice asks the Cat, "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," sai…
 
This week, Dr. Mandy Armitage describes how to publish your first book. You might recall that she was interviewed in Episode #22 about medical writing. She returns now to promote her new book and teach you how to self-publish your first book. Mandy is a board-certified physiatrist, freelance medical writer, and consultant. Prior to transitioning to…
 
Physicians think too much about end points and achieving their goals and not enough about process, and the value of not rushing decision making. Thinking like an Entrepreneur means thinking optimistically, thinking creatively, thinking globally, thinking big and thinking about process.Robert F. Priddy による
 
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