My partner Joe Capko and I just had a new article published in Practice Link, a magazine for job-hunting physicians. Our assignment was to explore the idea of a “15 minute MBA for doctors.” In other words, are there guideposts that we can draw from business school training that might help physicians know what they need to learn, and how to develop the business skills they’ll need to thrive in the future — whether they run their own practices or work for a larger system?
We’re delighted with the input we had from the physicians we interviewed — wonderful advice for newly minted doctors. We spoke with a wide range of physicians — including anesthesia, OB/GYN, pediatrics, family practice and academia — as well as a number of practice management experts to get a diversity of viewpoints.
Check it out here – we’d welcome any feedback.
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