|The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium is a two part CME accredited must attend conference for physicians, medical residents, fellows, medical students, physician entrepreneurs, healthcare administrators, executives, physician extenders and healthcare professionals that want to be educated and prepared for the operational business challenges associated with optimizing efficiencies in a medical practice, starting a medical practice, or joining a medical practice. The second part of The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium is for the physician entrepreneurs, healthcare professionals, healthcare executives and healthcare entrepreneurs interested in commercializing a great idea, raising capital for an entrepreneurial venture, and learning how to be a successful healthcare entrepreneur.
The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium will be held at the Delray Beach Marriott Hotel on April 19 - 21, 2013, in Delray Beach, Florida.
|Medical Entrepreneur is a Free App. It was developed so that healthcare professionals at any stage in their professional career ranging from being a medical student all the way through a retiring physician. Medical Entrepreneur app has many functions that include the ability to generate sophisticated reports and intelligence based upon a series of queries. Use the built in queries and reports to learn about what medical specialty best fits your lifestyle, personality and income preferences. Before you purchase your next piece of equipment for your practice use this app to find out if it is better to lease or buy that equipment. Before you spend advertising dollars use Medical Entrepreneur App to find the lifetime value of your patient and determine if your marketing plan makes sense. If you are transitioning, out of practice, find out what your practice may be worth or if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
Medical Entrepreneur App
in the Apple Store.
|The Medical Entrepreneur Book is a top selling practice management book intended for physicians, healthcare providers, medical residents, fellows and medical students about to enter private practice, ready to join a group practice, start a solo practice or for experienced physicians already in private practice but want to improve efficiencies of an existing practice. The book is written in two parts. Part I will help prepare the reader for employment issues, employment contracts, payroll, billing insurance companies, hospital privileges, practice management, Medicare, integrating technology into a medical practice including electronic health record software, practice management software, marketing, PR, HIPAA, HITECH, and more. This second part of this book is written for physician entrepreneurs, healthcare entrepreneurs, medical residents and fellows interested in raising capital, creating a new business venture, understanding term sheets, creating a board, and more including learning how to be a successful healthcare entrepreneur.