Getting started as a medical expert witness can be challenging – especially when you have no experience as one. A website can assist with getting noticed. Here are examples of medical expert witness websites and highlights from each.
Micropractice… micro-income? Not necessarily! Here’s why doctors going solo may want to consider the micropractice model.
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.
An L4Z readers asks: “Your quiz, “Which non-clinical career is right for you?” suggests that I would be a great editor in the medical writing world. Are there any jobs for someone to do editing specifically?”
I sued a company that didn’t pay me for contract work, and I won! Here’s what happened. And here’s what to do when you’re in a “client refuses to pay contractor” situation.
Having a contract is important, especially if you are doing work as a 1099 worker. Here is a personal example of why. In this case, the client refused to pay me – the contractor.
Looking for zebras in your professional life means seeking out the rare, unique opportunities that are a perfect fit for you. Here’s how I’ve looked for – and found – my own.
Medical writing is one of the great nonclinical career options for physicians. Physician and medical writing coach, Mandy Armitage, answers our most common questions about getting into medical writing.