In short, a micropractice is a technology-fueled solo practice that aims to keep costs low and keep quality of care and access to the doctor high. Here is one orthopedic surgeon’s experience in starting a micropractice, and some considerations for doctors who may want to start such a practice.
There are a ton of physician franchise opportunities out there. We have 3 rules for how to select the best, and pinpoint the worst of them.
Certain personality traits and interests lend themselves to franchise ownership. Your modus operandi in clinical practice can also shed light on whether you may be successful with a franchise. Here are ten characteristics that suggest a franchise should be a serious consideration for you’re interested in owning a business.
Physician independent contractor tax deductions can really add up. If you have income from a side gig, don’t miss out on them! Here are 10 that you might qualify for.
There are lessons to learn from Theranos’ downfall: the problem with fake it till you make it, taking advice from thought leaders, and more.
Figuring out how to make extra money as a resident physician doesn’t need to be an added source of stress in your life. Here are some great clinical and nonclinical options.
You may want to do some part-time physician consulting early on in your career. Or start a consulting side gig in an area that you’re not very well known. This is definitely possible – you just need to be proactive. Regardless of exactly what your hustle is, you can accelerate the process of getting your first clients as a part-time physician consultant.
Here are five non-clinical, work-on-your-own-terms areas of medical writing where clinicians are more or less always in-demand. They are generally desirable positions and can be quite competitive. However, if you’ve got what it takes, you can land one of these roles just about any time you want.
Whether you’re just starting to think about trying telemed, recently got contacted by a recruiter, or are ready to make the switch from an office-based practice, there are a lot of factors to think about to ensure the work is a good fit and that you’re signing a solid contract. Here are seven important questions to ask yourself when considering a physician telemedicine job.
For most physicians, transitioning to management consulting is a big endeavor. A consulting position with a well-regarded firm (for example, McKinsey, BCG, or Bain) is not something you can just submit a quick application for and expect a job offer a few weeks later. If you’re serious about a career in consulting and want to make the most of your efforts, be intentional in your pursuit. Here are five steps to take to set yourself up for success.
Medical legal consulting for physicians is an exciting, mentally challenging, and rewarding opportunity that can be done “on the side” of a full-time position or, for some, as a sole source of income. It’s an excellent alternative line of work for experienced physicians who want to contribute their knowledge and skills toward helping people without practicing direct patient care. Moreover, the financial remuneration is high. Here are the best directories to help you find work.
There are so many alternative sources of income for doctors and medical professionals. It’s a great time to get started with a side hustle. Here are five reasons why, and how you can use them to your advantage.
Side jobs and non-employed part-time positions often require a physician independent contractor agreement to be signed. This article discusses the purpose of its components, how to effectively review it, and what to check for before signing.
Medical providers can use pro bono work and skilled volunteering as a way of both attaining their professional goals and helping others. This article provides 4 options as well as some tips for getting started.
Probably the most difficult part of getting started with freelance medical writing as a physician is finding your first few jobs. They most likely won’t fall into your lap. But worry not – there are great ways to go about finding them. I discuss four methods below to help you get yourself established. You can focus on one, or combine techniques to maximize your chances of finding gigs that are a good fit for your interests.
A lot of healthcare professionals want more flexibility and autonomy in their work. Many want an extra source of income. Others are exhausted by clinical work and want different ways to use their medical knowledge. Medical writing is exactly what many of these folks are looking for. But medical writing jobs for physicians come in many flavors. This article aims to sum up what you need to know about finding the best freelance jobs for your skills and interests.
The demand for expert network services has grown steadily in the past decade. As a physician, you can earn a high hourly rate by simply talking about your areas of expertise on the phone. Learn about the best expert networks for medical professionals to join.
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