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Discovery Resource # ST-34

Learn how to transition from your training mentorship and support network to a professional network by building an enhanced success network – a set of people who take an active interest in your journey and assist you in your personal and professional development as you strive toward your post-residency career and life goals. These mentors, sponsors, peers, and advisors who make up your success network will give you wisdom, inspire you, provide tactical advice, and most importantly, create accountability.

For the past decade, you’ve been surrounded by professors, program directors, faculty, and peers who have helped guide and support you throughout training. Soon you’ll be making many significant work-life decisions that will impact you both personally and professionally as you transition. These key career decisions include choosing a practice opportunity, deciding where to live, buying a home, and many other important career and life choices that will shape your lifestyle, work life balance, and overall wellness.

An enhanced success network—mentors, sponsors, coaches, advisors, and peers—can help you in all aspects of your life. No matter where you are in your life and career journey, creating and sustaining high quality relationships will help you make good decisions, navigate your path, and achieve your goals more quickly than you could without them.

Discovery Resource # ST-33

With the substantial debt burden facing graduating medical students, it has become increasingly important to know how to navigate the choppy waters of medical school debt.

Whether your loans are federal or private, in good standing or in default, this chapter identifies your options and helps you determine the best way forward.

Discovery Resource # ST-32

Today, more and more physicians find themselves employed by hospitals and groups rather than as equity owners in medical practices. As employees, physicians have less control over their day-to-day practices and careers, heightening the importance of choosing a practice that is a good fit for the physician.
This chapter provides a general overview of the major considerations for reviewing and evaluating employment contracts. Also, the chapter will help you determine whether to review the agreement on your own or consult with a trusted advisor or attorney. For those who choose to hire an attorney, you’ll learn how to set parameters, control cost, and communicate desired deliverables.

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Today’s healthcare is much more than the practice of medicine. Physicians and administrators must be familiar with the non-clinical aspects of healthcare if they are to be sustainable and successful financially. From the basics of government and private insurance, to reimbursement methods, payment models, practice paradigms and new industry trends, this indispensable guide provides much-needed information for medical students and residents on the often-overwhelming requisites, protocols, and regulations of today’s healthcare system.

The Business of Medicine chapter reviews essential skills needed to increase your likelihood of success as a practicing physician. Medical billing and coding, practice revenue cycle, physician contracts, and other topics will be presented in a practical format to be applied in multiple practice settings.

Discovery Resource # ST-30

It’s not just about your career, it’s about living your life! How will you spend your free time when you’re not at work? How will you create a fulfilling and enjoyable life for yourself and your family? You will learn some effective strategies for partnering together with your spouse to build a career and a life you both love.. Read More...