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Best NonClinical podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best NonClinical podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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I also like to give you a look behind the curtain every so often, because creating a small business to do coaching, writing, consulting, speaking or teaching may be your new choice of career. And I think you can learn from what I've done to avoid the mistakes I've made along the way. The three big initiatives I discuss are: Redesigning my web site …
 
For today's episode, John recounts his experiences assisting his wife, Kay, in purchasing and running an in-home care franchise. Involving a franchise is a good way to reduce the risk of failure, compared to starting the business from scratch. Of course, there are franchise fees and royalties that must be paid. He describes the process they followe…
 
On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, Paul Esselman returns to the show to discuss physician executive roles in health care. Paul is the president and managing director of Cejka Search, a healthcare executive search firm that focuses on leadership positions in hospitals and health systems. Paul was our guest in Episode 041 published in late 20…
 
Dr. Nicole Rochester is the founder and CEO of Your GPS Doc, LLC, a health advocacy company. Its mission is to educate and empower patients and caregivers so they can effectively navigate the healthcare system. Nicole is a board-certified physician and Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. She graduated from the University of Maryland School …
 
Since I want to focus on pharma jobs this month, I decided to do something a little different with this episode of the podcast. I’ve taken the best parts of my interviews with Drs. Savi Chadha and Linda Ho, from Episodes 50 and 51, and combined them to bring a very focused guide to getting your first MSL job. It was interesting to hear how Savi and…
 
Dr. Gerald Diaz is a former computer software engineer who created an online medical image repository that provides significant cognitive offloading to busy clinicians. Gerald started as a software engineer. Then he discovered that he yearned to have a more tangible impact on people’s lives. So he pursued his medical education. He received his medi…
 
This week, I bring you my conversation with a former academic pediatrician who transitioned to a career as medical director with a contract research organization, or CRO. Dr. Michelle Bailey received her medical degree from State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Health Sciences University and completed her pediatrics residency at Duke Univer…
 
Dr. Nneka Unachukwu loved being a pediatrician. But 15 months into her first job, she was faced with the decision to move to a different employer, or start her own practice. With encouragement from her first employer/mentor, she decided to start her own practice. To do so successfully, she immersed herself in the business side of private practice, …
 
This week, I want to discuss the process of making the decision to leave clinical medicine and create a new vision for your future. If you're like me, you have reached the point where you realize that there is something wrong in your medical career. It’s not meeting the expectations you had when you chose it. Even worse, it has actually become dest…
 
Dr. Nisha Mehta is a writer, speaker and physician advocate who focuses on issues related to life in medicine and the changing healthcare landscape. Her missions include: addressing the physician burnout epidemic through physician empowerment and cultural change in medicine, and increasing the business and financial literacy of physicians in order …
 
In this episode, I have a fun conversation with Dr. Lara Salyer. She is a family physician based in southern Wisconsin who left her employment in a traditional medical practice, and created her ideal consulting practice serving patients in a new way. She obtained training and certification in funtional medicine and opened a cash-based practice, inc…
 
Why Do We Need to Know Our Customers? Answer: So we can effectively and efficiently meet their needs through the products and services we produce. However, business owners are often not intentional about attracting their ideal customers. We simply put out a product or service, and sell to whoever shows up. And we become frustrated, because it seems…
 
Dr. Jarret Patton is a physician coach, national speaker, award winning author, and podcaster. He worked for many years as a pediatrician and hospital leader prior to beginning his full-time nonclinical activities. He received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and completed his pediatric residency at New Yo…
 
Have you ever met anyone who is a busy orthopedic surgeon and a partner in a private equity firm? Well, today is your chance. Marshall Kuremsky set his sights on becoming an orthopedic surgeon early in his childhood. And he took all of the necessary steps to make that happen. But along the way, he became interested in finance, and in private equity…
 
This week I’m thrilled to welcome Dr. Debra Blaine to the podcast. She has worked for many years in urgent care. However, I asked her to join me on the podcast to discuss her new role as a published author. Debra's educational background is interesting. She was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, New York. She received her BA in Philo…
 
In this solo episode, John describes how a Facebook Group can grow your tribe and support your business. Specifically, he explains: How the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook Group was started; The history of the group, including its current membership, and recent growth and engagement; The steps to creating a new group; The different ty…
 
Dr. Marjorie Stiegler returns to the podcast to discuss legal landmines that you should anticipate when establishing a nonclinical business. Physicians are subject to specific challenges in this area that non-physicians often are not. These are issues that Dr. Stiegler teaches about in her branding and speaking courses. Marjorie highlights risks re…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast, John interviews Dr. Jawad Arshad, an emergency physician looking to bring much-needed transparency to the healthcare marketplace. He and his partners also intend to disrupt the health insurance industry by removing insurers from the physician-patient interaction. Dr. Arshad is an emergency medicine physician. …
 
This week, John describes why he believes a podcast is an awesome platform for supporting your business and growing your tribe. Then he reminds us why consistency in producing and releasing each episode is critical to achieving success. Finally, he walks us through the process he follows when producing each podcast episode. And he provides informat…
 
In today’s interview, Dr. David Norris describes why he became interested in healthcare finances, especially as it relates to running a physician practice. He completed medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and an anesthesiology residency and fellowship (Cardiovascular) at Vanderbilt University. He was always interested in t…
 
In this episode, John describes what he has learned over the past several years about selecting a niche for your online business. He starts by providing examples of physicians who have created businesses from coaching, consulting, teaching, writing and speaking. Each of them has developed a niche based on their expertise and passion, and clients wi…
 
Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh is a Family Physician with an interest in maternity care. With 2 children under the age of 4, she works clinically as a Locum Tenens physician. She received her medical degree from the University of British Columbia, and completed a Family Medicine Residency at the University of Calgary. Haneen is also a physician entreprene…
 
Today we learn about freelance consulting with Dr. Christopher Loo. Christopher is a retired surgeon, serial entrepreneur, investor, consultant, executive coach, best-selling author, and advisor. He received his MD-PhD from the Baylor College of Medicine-Rice University Department of Bioengineering. He entered an orthopedics residency, but realized…
 
In this episode, John describes the importance of an email list to business owners. Then he describes the methods he uses to nurture his list. It boils down to the following formula: Attractive Sign-Up Bonus + Appropriate Placement + Consistency EQUALS Growing Email Subscriber List John provides a detailed description of the lead magnets he uses an…
 
This interview is a real treat for me. I’ve invited Tom Davis back on the podcast. You’ll remember him from Episode 047. Tom is really good at several things, including Medicare Advantage Plans, coaching, consulting, and telemedicine. And he has recently been focused on telemedicine. He wanted to figure out how to optimize the practice of telemedic…
 
On this week's episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Helen Rhodes describes how persistence helped her find meaningful clinical and nonclinical jobs that, together, created a delightful career. Helen is an obstetrician/gynecologist who has completely redesigned her clinical career. She received her medical degree from the Texas Tech University Health Sci…
 
This week's episode of the PNC Podcast is the last interview in our series of physician coaches, with Dr. Jattu Senesie, who offers a systematic approach to achieving life and career success. A native of Washington, D.C., Jattu attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for her pre-med before going on to medical school and her OBGYN res…
 
Dr. Yvonne Ator is a physician coach who helps other physicians overcome compassion fatigue, disillusionment, and burnout, and thrive in their personal and professional lives. She employs Daring Way Facilitation and positive psychology-based personal and executive coaching to accomplsih this. Yvonne received her medical degree from East Carolina Sc…
 
Dr. Starla Fitch is a Certified Executive and Life Coach for Physicians, an international speaker, author of the best-selling book, "Remedy for Burnout," and an oculoplastic surgeon. She's known as "The Connection Doctor" because of her acclaimed TED talk, "Connect or Die: The Surprising Power of Human Relationships." Starla uses her expertise to h…
 
Dr. Krystal Sodaitis was an academic pediatrician at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She became interested in insurance medicine, and decided to pursue a career working for an insurance company in utilization review. It took a some time, but she was able to secure a position in a large insurance company in Chicago, Illinois, thereby avoiding…
 
In this 100th episode, John looks back over the previous 99 shows and celebrates by presenting updates from nine of his outstanding guests. We hear about the ongoing work and future plans from: Mike Woo-Ming, MD, MPH Mandy Armitage, MD Charmaine Gregory, MD, FACEP Sylvie Stacy, MD, MPH Tom Davis, MD, FAAFP Sue Zimmermann, MD Savi Chadha, MD, MPH Pe…
 
This week John interviews Dr. Nilesh Dave, a board-certified pulmonologist. Nilesh began to serve in leadership roles well before he understood the full meaning of what that would entail. His first clinical position required him to start a brand new sleep lab for a large hospital. So, he was thrust into making important decisions and communicating …
 
In this episode, John interviews pediatric orthopedic surgeon, and sports medicine expert, Dr. Alfred Atanda. In addition to running a thriving practice treating young athletes, Alfred has developed a passion for telehealth, having integrated it into his practice. He has now become an expert in telehealth, and teaches other physicians how to integr…
 
In this week's episode, I'll be talking about three of the dumb mistakes I made while building an online business. I'm focused on an online business that provides coaching, consulting, teaching, publishing, or speaking, and is supported by a platform such as a blog, podcast or video channel. Here are a few examples of such physician-run businesses:…
 
This week on the Physician NonClinical Careers podcast, John delves deep into the world of healthcare design with his guest Dr. Manuel (Manny) Hernandez. Manny discusses his lifelong desire to be a physician, taking us through his amazing, diverse career. He is an internationally-recognized physician, designer and healthcare innovation strategist. …
 
In this week’s podcast episode, John is alone behind the microphone to describe six nonclinical careers that any discouraged doctor might consider. John has personally spoken with physicians happily engaged in these careers from the ranks of the board-certified and those straight out of medical school. John reminds us of the tactics useful for purs…
 
Dana Corriel is an internist, speaker, coach and social media expert. She completed medical school at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, and her internal medicine residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Coaching health care professionals on how to maximize their online presence, she created #SoMeDocs ('Doctors on Soc…
 
Given my desire to promote physician leadership, I've been looking for an awesome physician executive to interview. Hence, I invited Dr. Barbara Loeb to tell us about her career journey. Barbara started out as your typical hard-working general internist, running a small practice in the Chicago area. But she subsequently pursued a leadership career …
 
This is the conclusion of my interview with Dr. Christopher Leonard. He is the chief information officer at Vohra Wound Physicians. In this part of the interview, Chris goes more deeply into how informatics has evolved. And he describes how to successfully pursue such a career. He also explains why he obtained a master's degree in health informatic…
 
Dr. Christopher Leonard started his clinical career as a general surgeon and took advantage of opportunities in medical informatics. Initially, however, he was not aware that what he was doing was called informatics. He was simply trying to standardize and improve wound care for his patients. But as he implemented protocols, integrated them into th…
 
Today’s guest is a great example of a physician in a seemingly awesome career who chose to pivot out of medicine completely. He left a very lucrative field, plastic surgery, and moved into consulting. But it was not an easy transition. And we get to hear all about it in today’s fascinating interview. George Huang completed his medical degree at Way…
 
I’ve been fascinated by the medical science liaison career. Its an entry level position in the pharmaceutical industry that is often open to both licensed and unlicensed physicians. In today’s interview, I speak with an obstetrician who leveraged her clinical work, professional relationships, and networking to obtain her first job as an MSL. Dr. Sw…
 
Today's interview is loaded with practical advice on how to pursue a job as a medical director for a health plan. My guest, Rich Berning, helps tease out the various roles within that career, and also explains related jobs with an Independent Review Organization and a hospital UM department. Rich is a full-time medical director. His first job in th…
 
I have a very interesting story this week – it’s with an entrepreneur who has spent the last 4-½ years developing his international start-up company. He is not a physician, but he presented one of the workshops at the recent Physicians Helping Physicians Nonclinical Career meeting in Austin Texas. Matt McGuire is the classic Silicon Valley entrepre…
 
In this week's interview, Dr. Lynn Marie Morski explains why quitting is critical to creating a fulfilling life. It's an activity with a bad rap, since strategic quitting is crucial to advancing our careers, and improving other important domains of our lives when done properly. Lynn Marie is a Family Physician, Sports Medicine expert, attorney, aut…
 
Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Marjorie Stiegler. She is an expert in branding, online marketing and course creation. And she’s an entrepreneur, author and accomplished keynote speaker. Marjorie is an anesthesiologist and Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an expert and national spe…
 
The first PHP Networking Conference was held on April 6 and 7, 2019 in Austin, Texas. Michelle Mudge-Riley opened the conference and the founding members described their career journeys for the attendees. Faculty presented multiple workshops, and served as mentors. John partnered with Dr. Jay Dave for a discussion of six careers open to non-residen…
 
I’ve always been fascinated with hospital QI work. And I’ve been looking for a guest who can describe in detail how to pursue such a career. I heard today’s guest discuss his journey at a conference last year, and I thought he’d be able to explain the how and why of such a career to us. So, I'm very pleased to present my recent conversation with Da…
 
Dr. Jason Ryan was practicing cardiology and teaching medical students at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He created educational videos to help his students pass their USMLE Step 1 board exams. The students found the videos very helpful, and began sharing them with their classmates. Jason enjoyed creating the videos and students w…
 
This is a solo bonus episode in which John provides a short summary of the presentation he is giving at the first Physician Helping Physicians Nonclinical Career Conference. The conference is being held in Austin, Texas in April 2019. During the discussion, John answers the following questions: What are the most common senior hospital management po…
 
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