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The Medical Entrepreneur: Pearls, Pitfalls and Practical Business Advice for Doctors (Third Edition) epub ebook

by Steven M. Hacker MD,MD MS Daniel M. Siegel,Joseph C. Kvedar M.D.,Franklin P. Flowers M.D.,John G. Igoe J.D.,Jeffrey L. Cohen J.D.,Howard M. Gitten J.D.,Kenneth Edelman J.D.

The Medical Entrepreneur: Pearls, Pitfalls and Practical Business Advice for Doctors (Third Edition) epub ebook

Author: Steven M. Hacker MD,MD MS Daniel M. Siegel,Joseph C. Kvedar M.D.,Franklin P. Flowers M.D.,John G. Igoe J.D.,Jeffrey L. Cohen J.D.,Howard M. Gitten J.D.,Kenneth Edelman J.D.
Category: Administration & Medicine Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Nano 2.0 Business Press (December 16, 2010)
Pages: 216 pages
ISBN: 0615407137
ISBN13: 978-0615407135
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 546
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MD, MS, Daniel M. Siegel, Joseph C. Kvedar . Franklin P. Flowers .

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A comprehensive primer on the business skills essential for physicians.

The Medical Entrepreneur book .

by Steven Hacker (Author), John Igoe (Author), Jeffrey Cohen (Author) .

by Steven Hacker (Author), John Igoe (Author), Jeffrey Cohen (Author), Howard Gitten (Author), Kenneth Edelman (Author), Daniel Siegel (Author) & 3 more. A doctors’ guide to entrepreneurship contains practical advice on everything from hiring and billing to insurance and patents.

MD Steven M Hacker, Joseph C Kvedar M D, Franklin P Flowers M D. "A comprehensive primer on the business skills essential for physicians. Thousands of doctors and entrepreneurs have bought this book before joining a group or starting their own practice or entrepreneurial venture

book by Jeffrey Cohen. The Medical Entrepreneur : Pearls, Pitfalls and Practical Business Advice for Doctors. Pearls, Pitfalls, and Practical Business Advice for Doctors. Joseph C. Kvedar, MD Director, Center for Connected Health Partners HealthCare System, Inc. Associate Professor of Dermatology Harvard Medical School.

Steven M. Hacker, M. Steven M. Hacker is the author of The Medical Entrepreneur: Pearls, Pitfalls and Practical Business Advice for Doctors, creator of the Medical Entrepreneur App and the course director of a symposium based on the book

Steven M. Hacker, MD. Born. Hacker is the author of The Medical Entrepreneur: Pearls, Pitfalls and Practical Business Advice for Doctors, creator of the Medical Entrepreneur App and the course director of a symposium based on the book. He is also the founder of SkinStore.

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For each topic you’ll find concise, evidence-based answers to questions regarding both hospital and ambulatory medicine.

"A comprehensive primer on the business skills essential for physicians."- Kirkus Reviews "A doctors' guide to entrepreneurship..."- Kirkus Reviews This is the new third edition (2015-2016) of the most popular business and practice management book for physicians, medical students and medical residents. Thousands of doctors and entrepreneurs have bought this book before joining a group or starting their own practice or entrepreneurial venture. The brand new third edition contains NEW FORMATTING AND NEW MATERIAL for the same low price as past editions. This third edition includes a bonus section to help entrepreneurs and doctors source out specific vendors' and their products and services to get a jumpstart on your business or medical practice. WARNING AND ADVICE for Doctors & Medical students and entrepreneurs: BEFORE JOINING A GROUP PRACTICE OR STARTING A NEW BUSINESS, DO NOT SIGN ANY CONTRACTS UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THIS BOOK. This book is written to help doctors, medical residents, medical students, and physicians in private practice and academia avoid costly business mistakes in their post medical school career. It is uniquely written from the perspective of a successful physician entrepreneur. Busy doctors with little time can quickly access critical cost saving information when joining or starting a private practice. Topics include everything from how to set up a practice, sign a contract with another group, hire another doctor, contract with insurance companies, understand health regulations including the HITECH stimulus act, how to qualify to receive stimulus funds, billing in the office, hiring and firing personnel, picking a location, obtaining hospital privileges, applying for the required licenses, electronic health records, practice management software, health technology in the office, how to protect your estate, liability issues,marketing and public relations, design of the medical office and more. Also written for the physician entrepreneur, the book explains how to raise capital, term sheets, understanding venture capital, board of directors, incorporation election issues, how to understand financials, balance sheets, negotiations, hiring the management team, how to take an idea and turn it into an operating business, how to protect your intellectual property, copyrights, trademarks, patents, customer acquisition and how to deal with a business when things go wrong. The book covers much more and includes expert "stat consults" or opinions from corporate attorneys, intellectual property attorneys, board certified health care attorneys and estate attorneys.
Reviews (7)
Exellent
This is my first time eating a product on Amazon but this book is worthy of a review. I decided to purchase 3 books on the topic of the business of medicine, this being one of the three. It was my intention to have a book that was easy to read (and by easy I mean riveting and not drab), a book that allowed me to be concise in note taking, and most importantly to me, a book that was written from the perspective of a physician and his experiences. This book was that and more. The author was quick to tell you the necessary steps to take in forming your practice or joining a group/corporation. These details were straight forward and concise. He also highlights pitfalls he himself faced that you can avoid with his advice as well as successes he accomplished that he guides in order for you to do the same. Included are also legal excerpts from individuals who practice law in relation to medicine that are insightful. The author is also sure to include his own business initiatives which extended outside of just practicing as a physician. All in all this is just a great book and resource for any one looking to really get a feel for what's ahead and possibilities out there. I've just started my second book and am seeing a lack of what this book here offered but am hopeful that maybe things will pick up as I progress. This book is highly recommended and I plan to be referencing it and my notes taken from it often as I progress on.

Arabella V.
Great book. Part I gives a great overview of how to start your own medical practice based on Hacker's experience as an entrepreneur. Should be noted, though, that Hacker does not discuss anything about creating a cash practice.

Part II of the book discusses how to start and run your own business outside of medical practice. I purchased the book because of Part I, but Part II was a great read as well.

To summarize, I think this book should be required reading in medical school to educate American physicians on how to be successful in running a practice. I'm content working where I'm at now, but should I ever decide to change locations, I'll refer to this book to guide my future practice.

Thank you Dr. Hacker for taking the time to write this book!

Seevinev
I found this book to be quite informative. As with any topic, you can't simply rely on one book to give you ALL the information you need. I am using it mostly for opening a new medical practice. I also read Start Your Own Medical Practice: A Guide to All the Things They Don't Teach You in Medical School about Starting Your Own Practice, which is a different read and covers other areas. I have also read books on business structures, and plan to read a billing book as well, and any others that may be necessary
What I like about this book is that it is more recent, and healthcare is changing soo rapidly. It is an easy read, and covers a good deal of information. only Part 1 was useful for me, but nonetheless informative. I think it's not a bad buy for the money.

Chi
Medical school and post graduate training lack essential training in the business of medicine. The book is a great read for novices and experienced
practioners.

Moonworm
good book to get some non biased information on how to start a medical business. i am glad i bought it.

Taulkree
Good read.

Uthergo
A must read for the medical practitioner!

This book by Steven Hacker is truly essential for medical students, covering topics from selecting a field, to opening a practice and then increasing profits of the practice, this book has it all!
You will not regret this purchase!
Just downloaded the FREE app as well - awesome!

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