In this 137th episode I welcome Steve Kaufman to the show to discuss contracts and negotiation for doctors. Steve is a lawyer with decades of experience helping doctors negotiate contracts.
If you have questions for Steve you can contact him directly at 410-659-1385, or email at SKaufman@wcslaw.com and he’s on twitter at @SKaufmanWCS
In this 134th episode I turn over the host chair to Dr. Dave Berman and he interviews me about how I got started in podcasting and things to think about for anyone interested in starting a podcast.
In this 118th episode which we are publishing a few days before Mother’s Day, 2019, I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac to the show to discuss the challenges of being a mother and a trainee and some important advice for how to make it through and feel supported. Happy Mother’s Day and Thank you to all you amazing mother’s out there!
In this 114th episode I welcome Dr. Jerry Stonemetz to the show to discuss the business side of Anesthesiology. Specifically we discuss billing, compliance, contract negotiation and Jerry’s thoughts on where the industry is heading.
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In this 110th episode I welcome Justin Harvey to the show. Justin is a financial planner with an interest in helping anesthesiologists and pain specialists make the best possible financial choices. We discuss financial planning, managing loan repayment, and investing.
Justin’s email: Justin@quantifiplanning.com
Justin’s podcast: AnesthesiaSuccess.com
Justin’s financial planning company: www.quantifiplanning.com
XY Planning network: https://www.xyplanningnetwork.com
Student Loan Planner: https://www.studentloanplanner.com
Resources for getting started with investing:
Places to find a fee-only financial advisor:www.xyplanningnetwork.comwww.napfa.org
Other physician finance blogs Justin Recommends:
A fun calculator to see how soon you can retire based on your monthly free cash flow:
In this 107th episode I welcome Dr. Mike Fitzsimons back to the show to discuss the topic of suicide in physicians in general and in Anesthesia providers specifically.
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In this 102nd episode I welcome Dr. Dan Lowenstein to the show. Dr. Lowenstein is a professor of Neurology and the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost at University of California San Francisco (UCSF). We discuss his lessons and advice for how to be successful professionally and personally.
The Three Marriages book: http://www.davidwhyte.com/the-three-marriages/
In this 100th episode I respond to questions, both clinical and personal, from ACCRAC listeners.
In this episode, episode 85, I welcome back Dr. Tina Tran and we discuss how to be successful as a medical student on an anesthesia clerkship, how to be a successful teacher if you are a resident teaching medical students, and how to create a great medical student rotation if you are a clerkship director.
In this episode, episode 80, I welcome Dr. Jonathan Curley to the show. Jonathan is an anesthesia resident and a veteran of an elite pararescue unit in the United States Air Force. We talk about some of the lessons that Jonathan learned from his time in the military and from some of the brave soldiers whom he knew who died in service to their country.