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Telemedicine Tips & Tricks →



Start your telemedicine clinic—today. Whether you’re a med student, resident, physician, or nurse—you can use telehealth to share your expertise now—and get paid.  No need to sit through another committee meeting or ask for permission. View video or download MP3 for details.

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How my patients prevented my suicide (& started a medical revolution) →

Today is the anniversary of my suicide survival story—a happy ending to six weeks of unrelenting thoughts of dying when forced to see patients every ten minutes in big-box assembly-line clinics. My lifelong dream of being a trusted, loving family doc doing housecalls was gone. I saw no way out.

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Why I love my (homemade) EMR →



With so many doctors bitching about electronic medical records, I just want to scream from the mountaintops, “I LOVE my EMR!” And you can love yours too! As you all know, I created my own DIY EMR back in 2005 and I’ve never spent a dime on it.

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How to fall in love with your EMR →

Love your medical records

Excerpt from a conference call tonight on how to fall in love with your medical records—just in time for Valentine’s Day! Download and listen in to podcast below or read transcript for a journey through the history of the modern EMR—with fun solutions!

Once upon a time there was a doctor,

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Keynote: Finding your bliss—beating physician “burnout” →

Wildest keynote! Singing and dancing across stage with 4000 doctors in Las Vegas. Rowdiest audience ever (at a medical conference at least). Read transcript and/or download & listen to MP3 below:



 . . . And now what we have all been waiting for,

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43 seconds to your dream job. Just answer YES to these 3 questions: →

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Want to make this year the best year ever? Here’s a simple strategy to get high-yield returns in this 43-second clip from my Vegas keynote. What would you say to these three simple questions I pose to the audience?

Can you answer YES to any (or all) of these questions?

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How I launched my clinic for $627 →

What Do You Really Need To Launch A Clinic?

View how to launch your clinic for $627 here

Doctors are notorious for procrastination by overthinking—otherwise known as “paralysis by perfectionism.” (Don’t worry, I’ve been guilty of this too).

Perfect example today:

I just got off the phone with a doc who’s SUPER nervous about going out on his own.

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Bicycling doctor makes house calls for uninsured →

I was kind of innocent back in 1998. A new doctor fresh out of school. I didn’t know about our doctor suicide crisis. I didn’t know about the widespread human right violations in medical education. I didn’t know about assembly-line medicine or big-box clinics.

 I just knew I wanted to help people. 

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3 danger signs it’s time to quit your job →

How to know it’s time to quit your job: Patient wanting refill threatens to be back with a gun. Employer sides with patient. TRUE STORY!

I posted this on Facebook and was surprised how many others chimed in with similar threats. One doctor summarized: “Being an ’employed’ physician means you are totally expendable.

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Physician resistance, distraction & the saboteur →

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Physician psychology 101—a series of article are brought to you by Sydney Ashland & Pamela Wible, MD.

RESISTANCE

Resistance is protective energy that often derails us before we even really get started. It can be experienced from within or without. It is an energy designed to keep us safe.

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Headstrong & Helpless: a recovery program for hardheaded healers →

Are you highly independent? Headstrong? Yet you feel helpless to change your life circumstances?

This is a common issue with physicians. It all starts back in medical school. You figure out very quickly that you don’t know enough. This is reinforced by your instructors. You are told how hard it is to learn what you need to learn,

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2018 Visionary Woman in Medicine—Michelle McPherson, MD →

Many people in Currituck County don’t have a doctor.

So when local resident Michelle McPherson’s newborn daughter became deathly ill, she packed her up in the car and drove hours away for help. Once her daughter’s condition stabilized, Michelle decided to fix the doctor shortage in her North Carolina hometown.

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Top 10 lies doctors tell themselves →

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Pamela Wible: Today I’m sitting here with Sydney Ashland, an expert in physician mental health, who has worked with doctors for decades helping them overcome negative thinking patterns. And we’re going to dive into the top 10 lies that physician’s tell themselves.

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Plastic surgeon applies for job at Chick-fil-A. Gets declined. →

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I just got off the phone with Paul, a highly-sough-after plastic surgeon in New York.

“I don’t want to be a doctor anymore,” Paul says. “What else can I do? I have lots of restaurant experience. I’ve worked in 15 restaurants during my life. It’s not easy but I could do it.

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Physician retreats: how doctors heal →

This past week I held my 14th physician retreat. To promote intimacy, I generally allow no more than 40 attendees at any one retreat. This retreat was unusual in that I only invited a handful of graduates from prior retreats—all successful solo doctors in their ideal clinics. In their own words .

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