Regina S. Druz, MD, MBA claims that value-based care (VBC) is gaining momentum in primary and specialty care. Healthcare entrepreneurs need to understand the core features of the VBC to create products and business opportunities for scale and sustainability.
Gail Miller, MD admits that reproductive history questions/comments are often triggering. The result can be mistrust and a setup for negative doctor-patient relationships. She delivers tips on how to avoid this.
Claire Unis MD MFA claims that creative writing and literature offer physicians infinite opportunities to reconnect with purpose and inspiration. Come learn how narrative medicine can revolutionize how we practice.
Mamta Kumar MD quit clinical medicine in the pandemic. She now shares how she built a unique virtual land investing business that has bought and sold more than 45 lots (adding up to multiple 7 figures in sales in last 2 yrs).
Wendy Schofer, MD, FAAP, DipABLM claims that physicians are exquisitely trained, yet lost starting our own businesses. She will teach us how how to create a business we love using our strengths, skills and passions.
Stephen Lewellis, MD PhD helps us tackle feeling like something is holding us back from practicing medicine with joy AND pursuing entrepreneurship. His lecture focus? Change your mind, change your life.
Ona Utuama, MD, MPH sells eyewear like hotcakes. But she admits that the e-commerce field is nothing like medical school (it’s a whole different beast). From idea to launch, e-commerce, PR, marketing, sales and getting into retail stores: tune in to learn how.
Kara Wada, MD lectures on why immune boosting isn’t the answer for those with autoimmunity or allergies and walk away with 5 practical and sustainable strategies to balance your misbehaving immune system.
Basma Faris MD, FACOG tells us that 10-12% of reproductive aged females affected by PCOS deserve comprehensive chronic disease management. Learn how care of this condition currently falls short and how it can be improved.
Cindy Tsai, MD addresses healers who want to make a big impact and contribute powerfully to the world. Join this session to learn how to make friends with fear so you don’t sabotage yourself and, instead, become unstoppable.
Sadaf Lodhi DO shares why comprehensive and culturally-relevant sexual health education is a core ingredient to improving and maintaining a person’s mental and physical well being (and why it benefits society as a whole)
Andrew Napier, MD, FAAEM shares a step-by-step process for turning your napkin sketch into a life-changing medical device. You’ll gain valuable insights and skills for bringing your own ideas to fruition and make real impact in the medical field.
Tea Nguyen, DPM teaches about doctors who want autonomy practicing medicine (for patients who look for doctors who give them more time). Come learn about the benefits of Direct Care to see if it’s a right option for your specialty.
Drs. Meera Kirpekar & Alopi Patel, aka The Female Pain Docs, discuss the various platforms available, why people use social media, as well as the professional and personal advantages and disadvantages of engaging on social media.
Colin Zhu, DO, DipABLM, Chef shares how culinary medicine principles can be applied at home and in clinical practice to incorporate more nutrient-dense, whole food plant-based meals into your own diet and into the diets of your patients. A cooking demo will be included.
What is LinkedIn? How does one use it professionally? What do the words profile, post, article, tag mean? How does one properly engage on the platform?
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