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Physician NonClinical Careers is presented to inspire, inform and support physicians seeking to pivot from clinical medicine to a nonclinical career. John Jurica will present topics important to pivoting physicans and interview experts and physicians who have completed their career pivots.

Latest Episodes

How to Be an Orthopedic Surgeon and Venture Capitalist

Have you ever met anyone who is a busy orthopedic surgeon and a partner in a private equity firm? Well, today is your chance. Marshall Kuremsky set his sights on becoming an orthopedic surgeon early in his childhood. And he took all of the necessary steps to make that happen. But along the way, he became interested in finance, and in private equity investing. So, he applied the same intense study to that discipline as he did to his medical education. Marshall is an orthopedic surgeon in Raleigh, North Carolina specializing in sports medicine and hand surgery. He completed his medical training at Columbia University and his orthopedic residency at Carolinas Medical Center, followed by fellowships in Upper Extremity Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. While in Raleigh, he broadened his pursuits to include real estate investing, day trading, developing a small health care consulting firm, blogging, and a multimedia social platform promoting news and information about injuries in baseball. He joined a venture capital firm called LOUD Capital as the Head of Physician Relations in May 2018 and recently became a partner. He continues to balance those activities with his orthopedic practice. During our interview, Marshall describes his journey and how he balances his nonclinical and practice-related responsibilities. He also tells us about a pitch competition that his venture capital firm is sponsoring, and how you can apply to be considered for $50,000 in capital and in-kind support. You can find the show notes with a transcript and links to other resources at vitalpe.net/episode117.

43 MIN1 d ago
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How to Be an Orthopedic Surgeon and Venture Capitalist

How to Influence the World by Writing a Medical Thriller

This week I’m thrilled to welcome Dr. Debra Blaine to the podcast. She has worked for many years in urgent care. However, I asked her to join me on the podcast to discuss her new role as a published author. Debra's educational background is interesting. She was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, New York. She received her BA in Philosophy and Hebrew at the University of Texas at Austin, before going on for graduate studies in Comparative Religion at Temple University. She attended Baylor College of Medicine to earn her MD in 1987, and has practiced medicine on Long Island for thirty years. She recently released her medical thriller called Code Blue – The Other End of the Stethoscope. And although she is not a fulltime author, I thought it would be instructive and fun to hear how her writing journey began, and culminated in the publication of a novel. I was also very interested in supporting the release of the book after reading it, for three reasons. First, it’s a ...

41 MIN1 w ago
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How to Influence the World by Writing a Medical Thriller

How to Nurture a Fantastic Fun and Effective Facebook Group

In this solo episode, John describes how a Facebook Group can grow your tribe and support your business. Specifically, he explains: How the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook Group was started; The history of the group, including its current membership, and recent growth and engagement; The steps to creating a new group; The different types of groups; Why defining mission, vision, values and rules are important; The duties of the creator or adminstrator; The best ways to foster engagement, which fosters growth; and, Recent interest in pop-up groups, and closed groups for online course graduates and conference attendees. You can download a transcript and read a summary by going to vitalpe.net/episode115.

36 MIN2 w ago
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How to Nurture a Fantastic Fun and Effective Facebook Group

Beware the Legal Landmines of Your New Business

Dr. Marjorie Stiegler returns to the podcast to discuss legal landmines that you should anticipate when establishing a nonclinical business. Physicians are subject to specific challenges in this area that non-physicians often are not. These are issues that Dr. Stiegler teaches about in her branding and speaking courses. Marjorie highlights risks related to: inadvertently establishing a physician-patient relationship, selling health-related supplements, contractual restrictions by employers, ethical guidelines, intellectual property rights, and more. Once these potential threats are recognized, she advises that an attorney be engaged to help reduce or eliminate such legal risks. Dr. Stiegler offers a major discount for her signature courses, The Branding Prescription and The Speaking Prescription, to my listeners by using the Coupon Code "PNCPODCAST" For links to the resources discussed during the interview, and a transcript of the interview, go to the show notes at vitalpe.net/episo...

47 MIN3 w ago
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Beware the Legal Landmines of Your New Business

How to Introduce Transparency to the Healthcare Marketplace

On this week's episode of the podcast, John interviews Dr. Jawad Arshad, an emergency physician looking to bring much-needed transparency to the healthcare marketplace. He and his partners also intend to disrupt the health insurance industry by removing insurers from the physician-patient interaction. Dr. Arshad is an emergency medicine physician. He completed his medical training at SUNY Upstate Medical Center and his emergency medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital. After entering clinical work in emergency medicine, he quickly became involved in management, first as an employee, then in his own urgent care business. He pivoted again when he embarked on his first start-up, a technology company in the telemedicine field. He stepped away from that venture, and applied what he learned about start-ups to a project that has consumed him for the past three years, WoW Health Solutions.This company uses a technology-based platform where physicians can list their services and prices, an...

48 MINOCT 22
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How to Introduce Transparency to the Healthcare Marketplace

Why Consistency Is Key to a Successful Podcast

This week, John describes why he believes a podcast is an awesome platform for supporting your business and growing your tribe. Then he reminds us why consistency in producing and releasing each episode is critical to achieving success. Finally, he walks us through the process he follows when producing each podcast episode. And he provides information about a dozen tools that he uses to create a professional-sounding show. Go to vitalpe.net/episode112 to access the recording, links to the tools, a transcript, and a template of John's pre-interview welcome email that he sends to his guests.

29 MINOCT 15
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Why Consistency Is Key to a Successful Podcast

How to Be a Shrewd Business Coach and Consultant

In today’s interview, Dr. David Norris describes why he became interested in healthcare finances, especially as it relates to running a physician practice. He completed medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and an anesthesiology residencyand fellowship (Cardiovascular) at Vanderbilt University. He was always interestedin the financial and business side of health care and medical leadership, so he has spent years studying those fields. Because of his business finance knowledge, he became the managing partner of his anesthesia group. He later completed his MBA at the Wichita State University Barton School of Business, and sought certification as a Physician Executive. Then he authored a book. His bookThe Financially Intelligent Physician: What They Didn't Teach You in Medical Schoolwas publishedin 2017. He has been teaching, speaking, consulting and coaching for several years. His most recent career shift was to become a broker specializing in mergers and acqu...

36 MINOCT 9
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How to Be a Shrewd Business Coach and Consultant

How to Select the Best Online Business Niche

In this episode, John describes what he has learned over the past several years about selecting a niche for your online business. He starts by providing examples of physicians who have created businesses from coaching, consulting, teaching, writing and speaking. Each of them has developed a niche based on their expertise and passion, and clients willing to purchase their products and services. John discusses each of these issues in some detail. Then he outlines a process for narrowing down those ideas to one or two specfiic areas. Then he discusses mistakes he made, misconceptions about competition, and the best way to identify a good idea before spending too much time and money on a particular product or service. Go to the show notes at vitalpe.net/episode110 to find a transcript of the episode, links to the online businesses he mentioned, and a worksheet for brainstorming your new business ideas.

29 MINOCT 1
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How to Select the Best Online Business Niche

Eager Entrepreneur Delivers Solution to Staffing Challenge

Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh is a Family Physician with an interest in maternity care.With 2 children under the age of 4, she works clinically as a Locum Tenens physician. She received her medical degree from the University of British Columbia, and completed a Family Medicine Residency at the University of Calgary. Haneen is also a physician entrepreneur.She realized that there’s a fundamental problem with physician distribution and recruitment in North America that is exacerbating the looming physician shortage. She decided create a startup business called Locumunity (www.locumunity.com) that creates a centralized online marketplace where job-seeking physicians and medical facilities connect directly through a data and community driven platform. I was introduced to Haneen by Andrew Wilner from Podcast Episodes 75 and 76. As a locum tenens physician, he has a strong interest in finding and supporting businesses that make it easier to connect physicians with locums positions, which is ex...

43 MINSEP 24
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Eager Entrepreneur Delivers Solution to Staffing Challenge

How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant

Today we learn about freelance consulting with Dr. Christopher Loo. Christopher is a retired surgeon, serial entrepreneur, investor, consultant, executive coach, best-selling author, and advisor. He received his MD-PhD from the Baylor College of Medicine-Rice University Department of Bioengineering. He entered an orthopedics residency, but realized quickly that patient care would not be right for him. Once he finished his residency, he quickly began to explore other interests, including real estate, technology, and writing. As a consultant, Christopher positioned himself at the intersection between technology and medicine. His first role as a consultant was assisting hospitals that were moving from paper to electronic records. He worked with physicians and nurses to get them up to speed with new systems and communicate their needs to the engineers building them. He has now built a successful business brand and career, authoring three books, and speaking extensively about business, f...

37 MINSEP 17
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How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant

Latest Episodes

How to Be an Orthopedic Surgeon and Venture Capitalist

Have you ever met anyone who is a busy orthopedic surgeon and a partner in a private equity firm? Well, today is your chance. Marshall Kuremsky set his sights on becoming an orthopedic surgeon early in his childhood. And he took all of the necessary steps to make that happen. But along the way, he became interested in finance, and in private equity investing. So, he applied the same intense study to that discipline as he did to his medical education. Marshall is an orthopedic surgeon in Raleigh, North Carolina specializing in sports medicine and hand surgery. He completed his medical training at Columbia University and his orthopedic residency at Carolinas Medical Center, followed by fellowships in Upper Extremity Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. While in Raleigh, he broadened his pursuits to include real estate investing, day trading, developing a small health care consulting firm, blogging, and a multimedia social platform promoting news and information about injuries in baseball. He joined a venture capital firm called LOUD Capital as the Head of Physician Relations in May 2018 and recently became a partner. He continues to balance those activities with his orthopedic practice. During our interview, Marshall describes his journey and how he balances his nonclinical and practice-related responsibilities. He also tells us about a pitch competition that his venture capital firm is sponsoring, and how you can apply to be considered for $50,000 in capital and in-kind support. You can find the show notes with a transcript and links to other resources at vitalpe.net/episode117.

43 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How to Be an Orthopedic Surgeon and Venture Capitalist

How to Influence the World by Writing a Medical Thriller

This week I’m thrilled to welcome Dr. Debra Blaine to the podcast. She has worked for many years in urgent care. However, I asked her to join me on the podcast to discuss her new role as a published author. Debra's educational background is interesting. She was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, New York. She received her BA in Philosophy and Hebrew at the University of Texas at Austin, before going on for graduate studies in Comparative Religion at Temple University. She attended Baylor College of Medicine to earn her MD in 1987, and has practiced medicine on Long Island for thirty years. She recently released her medical thriller called Code Blue – The Other End of the Stethoscope. And although she is not a fulltime author, I thought it would be instructive and fun to hear how her writing journey began, and culminated in the publication of a novel. I was also very interested in supporting the release of the book after reading it, for three reasons. First, it’s a ...

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to Influence the World by Writing a Medical Thriller

How to Nurture a Fantastic Fun and Effective Facebook Group

In this solo episode, John describes how a Facebook Group can grow your tribe and support your business. Specifically, he explains: How the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook Group was started; The history of the group, including its current membership, and recent growth and engagement; The steps to creating a new group; The different types of groups; Why defining mission, vision, values and rules are important; The duties of the creator or adminstrator; The best ways to foster engagement, which fosters growth; and, Recent interest in pop-up groups, and closed groups for online course graduates and conference attendees. You can download a transcript and read a summary by going to vitalpe.net/episode115.

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Nurture a Fantastic Fun and Effective Facebook Group

Beware the Legal Landmines of Your New Business

Dr. Marjorie Stiegler returns to the podcast to discuss legal landmines that you should anticipate when establishing a nonclinical business. Physicians are subject to specific challenges in this area that non-physicians often are not. These are issues that Dr. Stiegler teaches about in her branding and speaking courses. Marjorie highlights risks related to: inadvertently establishing a physician-patient relationship, selling health-related supplements, contractual restrictions by employers, ethical guidelines, intellectual property rights, and more. Once these potential threats are recognized, she advises that an attorney be engaged to help reduce or eliminate such legal risks. Dr. Stiegler offers a major discount for her signature courses, The Branding Prescription and The Speaking Prescription, to my listeners by using the Coupon Code "PNCPODCAST" For links to the resources discussed during the interview, and a transcript of the interview, go to the show notes at vitalpe.net/episo...

47 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Beware the Legal Landmines of Your New Business

How to Introduce Transparency to the Healthcare Marketplace

On this week's episode of the podcast, John interviews Dr. Jawad Arshad, an emergency physician looking to bring much-needed transparency to the healthcare marketplace. He and his partners also intend to disrupt the health insurance industry by removing insurers from the physician-patient interaction. Dr. Arshad is an emergency medicine physician. He completed his medical training at SUNY Upstate Medical Center and his emergency medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital. After entering clinical work in emergency medicine, he quickly became involved in management, first as an employee, then in his own urgent care business. He pivoted again when he embarked on his first start-up, a technology company in the telemedicine field. He stepped away from that venture, and applied what he learned about start-ups to a project that has consumed him for the past three years, WoW Health Solutions.This company uses a technology-based platform where physicians can list their services and prices, an...

48 MINOCT 22
Comments
How to Introduce Transparency to the Healthcare Marketplace

Why Consistency Is Key to a Successful Podcast

This week, John describes why he believes a podcast is an awesome platform for supporting your business and growing your tribe. Then he reminds us why consistency in producing and releasing each episode is critical to achieving success. Finally, he walks us through the process he follows when producing each podcast episode. And he provides information about a dozen tools that he uses to create a professional-sounding show. Go to vitalpe.net/episode112 to access the recording, links to the tools, a transcript, and a template of John's pre-interview welcome email that he sends to his guests.

29 MINOCT 15
Comments
Why Consistency Is Key to a Successful Podcast

How to Be a Shrewd Business Coach and Consultant

In today’s interview, Dr. David Norris describes why he became interested in healthcare finances, especially as it relates to running a physician practice. He completed medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and an anesthesiology residencyand fellowship (Cardiovascular) at Vanderbilt University. He was always interestedin the financial and business side of health care and medical leadership, so he has spent years studying those fields. Because of his business finance knowledge, he became the managing partner of his anesthesia group. He later completed his MBA at the Wichita State University Barton School of Business, and sought certification as a Physician Executive. Then he authored a book. His bookThe Financially Intelligent Physician: What They Didn't Teach You in Medical Schoolwas publishedin 2017. He has been teaching, speaking, consulting and coaching for several years. His most recent career shift was to become a broker specializing in mergers and acqu...

36 MINOCT 9
Comments
How to Be a Shrewd Business Coach and Consultant

How to Select the Best Online Business Niche

In this episode, John describes what he has learned over the past several years about selecting a niche for your online business. He starts by providing examples of physicians who have created businesses from coaching, consulting, teaching, writing and speaking. Each of them has developed a niche based on their expertise and passion, and clients willing to purchase their products and services. John discusses each of these issues in some detail. Then he outlines a process for narrowing down those ideas to one or two specfiic areas. Then he discusses mistakes he made, misconceptions about competition, and the best way to identify a good idea before spending too much time and money on a particular product or service. Go to the show notes at vitalpe.net/episode110 to find a transcript of the episode, links to the online businesses he mentioned, and a worksheet for brainstorming your new business ideas.

29 MINOCT 1
Comments
How to Select the Best Online Business Niche

Eager Entrepreneur Delivers Solution to Staffing Challenge

Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh is a Family Physician with an interest in maternity care.With 2 children under the age of 4, she works clinically as a Locum Tenens physician. She received her medical degree from the University of British Columbia, and completed a Family Medicine Residency at the University of Calgary. Haneen is also a physician entrepreneur.She realized that there’s a fundamental problem with physician distribution and recruitment in North America that is exacerbating the looming physician shortage. She decided create a startup business called Locumunity (www.locumunity.com) that creates a centralized online marketplace where job-seeking physicians and medical facilities connect directly through a data and community driven platform. I was introduced to Haneen by Andrew Wilner from Podcast Episodes 75 and 76. As a locum tenens physician, he has a strong interest in finding and supporting businesses that make it easier to connect physicians with locums positions, which is ex...

43 MINSEP 24
Comments
Eager Entrepreneur Delivers Solution to Staffing Challenge

How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant

Today we learn about freelance consulting with Dr. Christopher Loo. Christopher is a retired surgeon, serial entrepreneur, investor, consultant, executive coach, best-selling author, and advisor. He received his MD-PhD from the Baylor College of Medicine-Rice University Department of Bioengineering. He entered an orthopedics residency, but realized quickly that patient care would not be right for him. Once he finished his residency, he quickly began to explore other interests, including real estate, technology, and writing. As a consultant, Christopher positioned himself at the intersection between technology and medicine. His first role as a consultant was assisting hospitals that were moving from paper to electronic records. He worked with physicians and nurses to get them up to speed with new systems and communicate their needs to the engineers building them. He has now built a successful business brand and career, authoring three books, and speaking extensively about business, f...

37 MINSEP 17
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How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant
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