Your medical practice is an important part of your life. It’s where you spend most of your waking hours, and it’s the place where you feel like you are making a difference in someone else’s life. But if no one can find your website, then all of this work may go to waste!
Reputation is one of the most crucial things in our life and everyone begins on a level playing field to achieve it. It takes a long time to achieve a great reputation and only a few moments to ruin it.
Knowing how to write multiple choice questions is a useful skill for medical professionals. Here’s how to avoid the most common misktakes.
I’ve had side gigs in medical writing, education, clinical work, consulting, and more. Here is how I found these opportunities and what I thought of them.
Education and teaching jobs for physicians — 7 ways to supplement your income and gain teaching experience as a side gig
There are many types of teaching jobs for physicians – both full-time and as a side gig. This article covers a variety of ways you can teach as a side hustle.
Physician licensing services for multiple medical licenses – why you should use them and how to get the most from them
Pros, cons, costs, and tips for using physician licensing services for obtaining medical licenses, as well as a recommendation based on my experience.
Many physicians lack knowledge on the business side of their side hustles. To fill in the business gaps, here are free online courses related to several aspects of a side gig.
There are numerous reasons why physicians and advanced practice providers seek out additional sources of income. Here are five physician side gigs that have low barriers to entry and a lot of flexibility.
Not every side hustle can be a passive source of income. In fact, most of them aren’t. But there are steps you can take to shift these side hustles from an active to passive.
A lot of companies conduct paid physician surveys to get in the heads of physicians. Here are my top 5 paid survey websites that you can do anytime, anywhere.
Reap the benefits of your standardized test-taking skills with freelance writing jobs for physicians and other activities
Preparing for medical exams helped you acquire a skill set. As with any skill set, there are ways to earn income from it. Capitalize on your standardized test experience with freelance writing jobs for physicians and more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Is your full-time job holding you back from starting a side hustle? Don’t let it! Many healthcare professionals simultaneously do both – and excel at both. Striking a balance early on in a side gig can be essential in taking your hustle to the point that it could be your main source of income. Here are 5 tips on how to balance a side hustle with a full time job.
The best career opportunities for doctors take effort to find. And it takes some legwork to be in a position that you’re a contender to be selected for these opportunities. It gets easier with time, though. Opportunities beget more opportunities.
One of the ways I’ve earned a bit of extra income over the past few years is with online telehealth platforms. I’ve come across a number of reviews of various online telemedicine providers that are geared toward patients, though I haven’t had much luck finding information online about them from the physician’s perspective. So I thought I’d write a post about the platform I’ve had the most experience with – HealthTap.
Being a physician advisor for a clinical documentation improvement programs provider can be a great opportunity if you enjoy teaching and want a break or a change from traditional clinical medicine.
There’s a tendency among physicians who are considering leaving clinical medicine to feel that they’re not adequately prepared or lacking the appropriate skill set for the new work. Even if you’ve spent your entire career to date in a clinical setting, you’ve acquired and used skills that are vital for a non-clinical career – even one that is only tangentially related to medicine.