I am a private practice otolaryngologist; my training was heavily surgical and hospital-based, but my practice is office-based so I see a lot of patients. Establishing rapport with each patient is critical. Rapport is the key to gaining trust, seeing patients efficiently, enjoying practice, and building a reputation. I tried to find a podcast that would help me improve at doctor-patient communication, but there was none, so I created it. From there, the range of topics exploded to cover anything that would help physicians develop personally and professionally. I am available as a keynote speaker on improving the patient experience, doctor-patient communication, and running office-hours efficiently. I am always looking for ways to collaborate with others looking to improve patient care and the lives of physicians.
Personal and professional development for physicians. Everything we should have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb’s Cycle.