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The Doctors Guide to Starting Your Practice Right Paperback – May 10, 2016
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I found this to be an absolutely outstanding book. It should be required reading for every resident and I am certain they would welcome the guidance to successfully navigate the early stages of their medical career. --Sean Traynor, MD, FACS
There's so much critically important information here. None of it was addressed by anyone in my training track. --Nathan Kemalyan, MD, FACS
About the Author
Dr. Cory S. Fawcett is a consultant, speaker, author, entrepreneur, and now semi-retired general surgeon. He works part-time to help lone doctors in small towns get the time off they need. He has been an owner, founder, or partner in more than two dozen business and real estate ventures. His passion for teaching personal finance spans his entire career, and he currently shows doctors how to establish their practice, and how to manage their time and finances so they can lead happy and debt-free lives. His mission is to eliminate burnout, debt, and bankruptcy among physicians, dentists, optometrists, nurse practitioners, and others in the healthcare industry.
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When most people think about "starting [A] practice," they think about actually starting an independent practice from the ground up, but this book really isn't about that. A much more appropriate title would be "Starting IN practice" or "Starting practice," and for someone coming out of residency and joining an established organization they'll find a lot of useful information regarding negotiations, work/life balance, etc here. I actually WOULD recommend it for everyone starting their first job out of residency.
But if you're looking to start [A] practice (as I am), you're going to be disappointed. There's no information on incorporating or running your own business or any other ownership or managerial aspect.
Thus a low rating due to the misleading title (on an otherwise good book).
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