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Speaking Topics

The Myth  of the Rich Doctor

Physicians as a group face challenges translating their high incomes into wealth.  Today half of physicians are behind where they would like to be in retirement planning.

Program Goal:

Our goal is to help participants achieve the personal, professional and financial rewards that attracted them to a career in medicine.  Creating a health, functional relationship with money is key to this transformation.

Target Audience:

This program is beneficial for physicians at all ages.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Identify the factors that shape physicians’ relationship with money.
  2. Gain insight into how physicians’ relationship with money impacts healthcare costs, clinical outcomes and an individual’s ability to build wealth.
  3. Characterize the differences between a business mindset (hospital administrator) and a clinical mindset.
  4. Describe the “ 5 Pain Personalities” and explore how they impact financial choices.
  5. Highlight habits that help physicians build wealth.

Lecture Style and Length

Didactic

Lecture: 45-50 minutes

Question and Answer: 10 – 15 minutes

 

Nine Ways to Generate More Revenue

Physicians seek ways to increase revenue to maintain their lifestyles, fund retirement or serve in a bigger way.

Program Goal:

Our goal is to help participants identify nine professional, ethical ways to generate more revenue starting today.

Target Audience:

This program is beneficial for physicians at all ages.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Identify three forces shaping the delivery of healthcare.
  2. Explore nine ethical and professional strategies for generating more revenue.
  3. Gain insights into what drives patients’ purchasing choices.
  4. Suggest five questions to identify good-fit activities that work for individual physicians.

Lecture Style and Length

Didactic

Lecture: 45-50 minutes

Question and Answer: 10 – 15 minutes

Get More Patients Starting Today: A Non-Marketer’s Guide to Attracting More Patient Referrals

Physicians are experiencing shifting patient referrals patterns; many times this translates to decreasing patient volumes.

Program Goal:

Our goal is to help participants rapidly build patient volumes to support a new provider, a new location or a new medical focus.

Target Audience:

This program is beneficial for physicians at all ages.  While this presentation has clear value for physicians in private practice, it can also support any physicians who wants to establish a medical focus.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Identify three sources of patient referrals.
  2. Explore what inspires people to make referrals.
  3. Lay out five steps to create a culture of referrals.

Lecture Style and Length

Didactic

Lecture: 45-50 minutes

Question and Answer: 10 – 15 minutes

This presentation is based in an ebook that has been downloaded by over 100,000 physicians.  


The New Medical Mindset: How Physicians Can Think Differently, Reinvent Themselves and Thrive in the Post-Google Era

The path to practice success is different today that it has been in the past.

Program Goal:

Our goal is to help participants position themselves for career success in the post-Google world.  They will learn how to achieve the personal, professional and financial rewards that attracted them to a career in medicine.

Target Audience:

This program is beneficial for physicians at all ages.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Explore three forces that have changed the landscape of healthcare delivery.
  2. Identify five questions that will help physicians position themselves for success.
  3. Create a path for reinvention.

Lecture Style and Length

Didactic

Lecture: 45-50 minutes

Question and Answer: 10 – 15 minutes

 

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