• anwilner

Business of Medicine

I had lots of fun yesterday speaking at the University of Tennessee internal medicine residents' noon conference on the business of medicine. The opportunities open to young physicians in 2019 are much more numerous than those I had in 1989 when I finished my training at the Montreal Neurologic Institute. I don't think that titles like Chief Information Officer or Chief Media Officer existed for physicians back then.


I also discussed locum tenens, which can help young physicians test out a geographic location or practice style while looking for their perfect permanent position. Here's a videotape of the lecture along with slides, about an hour long. Your comments are always appreciated!

7 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Epilepsy and PregnancY update

Here's a new article just published on ReachMD. I reviewed Dr. Page Pennell's NEJM research regarding seizure control during pregnancy. The conclusion? Women with epilepsy can obtain similar seizure c

        Ask a question!                                      For  media inquiries,

                                    please contact the author:

Disclaimer: The author's website and books do not intend to provide professional business, medical, or legal advice and should not replace the counsel of an accountant, physician, or attorney, repsectively. Although these books have been carefully researched, the author assumes no liability for loss or damages resulting from their use.

 

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

Copywrite: Andrew Wilner, MD 2019.