April 24, 2018

2017 Conferences – Could One Lead You to a Happier Career?

One of the many things I love about my work is getting to attend conferences to explore new career options for my physician clients. I search out both non-clinical directions as well as ways to be happier as a clinician. I always learn a tremendous amount, meet interesting people, and gain a better sense of… Read More

Using Your Internal GPS for Career Change

Is your internal GPS telling you it’s time to change your career direction? Is it saying “Recalculate! Recalculate!” but leaving you stranded at the crossroads, failing to provide any further instruction? If so, it can feel overwhelming, daunting, and confusing.   Uncertainty is uncomfortable. It’s natural to wish for some kind of roadmap to guide… Read More

Hot. Getting Hotter. The Physician Advisor Role

Are you stressed by 15 minute patient visits, assembly line medicine and not having a voice? Would you like to use your clinical knowledge but not do direct patient care? If so, you may be interested in the up and coming role of the physician advisor. Before you consider opening a Subway franchise, please read… Read More

ER Physician Career Transition: Dr. Dale Ray

Before his career transition, you were likely to find Dr. Dale Ray intubating a patient, running a meeting, or mentoring a resident. Now, in his new role working for the ACGME (American College of Graduate Medical Education), odds are you will find him on an airplane. Dr. Ray worked for many years as an emergency… Read More

Working for Health Insurance – Is This Really the Dark Side?

“Work for a health insurance company? You mean go to the dark side? No thanks!” This is what I hear a lot from my clients who are considering a non-clinical career. However, with the way things are going in medicine, some are reconsidering. They are willing to temporarily suspend judgment to at least learn about… Read More