I will help you work on your practice. That is a very different skill set than working in your practice.
The practice of medicine is flawed. Medical schools teach you to be a clinician, but they teach you nothing about the business side of medicine. A medical practice is a business.
To make things even worse, healthcare is in the middle of a serious transition. Everything is migrating to the cloud, and the software keeps changing. Governments and insurance companies come up with new requirements every day. You need a mentor. You need someone to help you with the business of medicine.
I want to be your mentor. I am not a physician, although I am the mother of a physician. I am a healthcare problem-solving engineer. I have identified twelve significant potholes in healthcare, and I have proven solutions that will help you avoid them. I want to share these solutions with you over virtual dinner for the next twelve weeks.
What type of potholes, you ask? Potholes that deal with Money, Efficiency, Safety, and Sanity. Call it “MESS” for short.
Pothole #5 is interoperability. According to healthit.gov, “Despite strong agreement on the need for interoperability to enable higher quality, more efficient, person-centered care, the demand among providers, consumers and purchasers of health care has not yet translated into seamless interoperability across the health care system.” I will show you how to avoid this pothole.
I’m an electrical engineer with degrees from Caltech and Cornell. I have thirty-four years of experience in helping physicians. I have taken physicians from typewriters to ONC Incentive Rewards. I’ve seen doctors made good business decisions and horrible ones.
If you spend twenty minutes with me on-line for each of the next twelve weeks, you will remember me for the rest of your life … in a good way.
Join our next Mentor class on January 5th … click here to Register.