The Business Side of Medicine
You're a doctor and you know a lot about medicine. But do you know anything about the real world? Doctors learn a lot in medical school, but not enough. Only rarely will a course teach practical, useful, or pragmatic information to help with the myriad decisions that arise in day-to-day life. Dr. Harbin wrote this book to fill the gap: to help doctors deal with the business aspects of medicine, help doctors in training learn how to evaluate opportunities for the future, and assist practicing doctors in dealing with the questions arising every day and when planning for the future.
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Entering the real world
Negotiating the contract
Building a Practice
Are You Headed in the Right Direction?
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