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Using Your Medical Training for Multiple Income Streams with Naomi Lawrence-Reid, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Release Date: 06/07/2022

Put Yourself First with Simon Maltais, MD show art Put Yourself First with Simon Maltais, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Simon Maltais is an active cardiac surgeon and author of Healthcare Anonymous: Learn How to Put Yourself First While Pursuing a Calling. He served as a previous vice-chair of the Mayo Clinic, has a doctorate degree in biomedical engineering and heart regeneration. He is an internationally recognized leader in the field of heart transplantation, mechanical heart devices, and alternative cardiac interventions. He has worked in two different countries and health systems and provides a unique perspective on the delivery of care and its inherent challenges for healthcare workers, particularly...

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Physicians Who Love to Smoke - with Jimmy Turner, MD, Physician Philosopher show art Physicians Who Love to Smoke - with Jimmy Turner, MD, Physician Philosopher

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Many of you know Dr. Jimmy Turner. He calls himself the Physician Philosopher and this is his second time on the show. In the first episode with him, we talked about his first book, The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance and he just published Determined: How Burned Out Doctors Can Thrive In a Broken Medical System. He also runs the alpha coaching experience and hosts the Physician Philosopher podcast. But we didn’t talk about ANY OF THAT. He recently bought a smoker and I love smoking meat, so I thought we’d chat about smoking. I’m on Long Island and he’s in...

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Why Don’t You Have a Remote Scribe Yet? with Terry Ciesla show art Why Don’t You Have a Remote Scribe Yet? with Terry Ciesla

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Terry Ciesla is the senior vice president of , a remote scribing company that provides remote scribing, coding, and a variety of virtual assistance services. Prior to this, he served in various senior management positions for several healthcare service and IT vendors. He has also led startups of a medical transcription company as well as a successful venture that delivered artificial intelligence and analytics software to hospitals and physician practices in the form of computer-assisted coding (CAC), clinical document improvement (CDI), and revenue cycle management (RCM) software. Terry...

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Stories from Women Physician Leaders with Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, MD, MPH and Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA show art Stories from Women Physician Leaders with Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, MD, MPH and Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

In the new book Lessons Learned: Stories from Women Physician Leaders, 32 women physician leaders share their career paths with the goal of improving the trajectory of women in medicine. We talked today with Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, MD, MPH, AMWA (American Medical Women’s Association) President (2022-2023) and Professor of Medicine, Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership, and Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA, the book editor and author, and AMWA leader. Dr. Shlian is also CEO of Shlian & Associates, an executive/physician search and medical management consulting firm. We...

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How to Tell What’s Real and What’s Hype with Nina Shapiro, MD show art How to Tell What’s Real and What’s Hype with Nina Shapiro, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Nina Shapiro is the Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology and a Professor of Head and Neck Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. A graduate of Harvard Medical School and Cornell University, she completed her surgical residency at Harvard and finished additional subspecialty training in pediatric otolaryngology at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London and the Children’s Hospital of San Diego. When she has downtime between cases, you’d think she’d be scrolling or posting on social media, where she is very active, but no, she spends that time writing,...

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Rerelease: Secrets to Being a Happy Doc from the Happiest Doc, Taylor Brana, DO show art Rerelease: Secrets to Being a Happy Doc from the Happiest Doc, Taylor Brana, DO

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Taylor Brana was a Resident Physician at the time of the original recording (now at attending) in Psychiatry, Creator of The Happy Doc Podcast and developer of educational platforms that utilize voice-first technology. Our interview is really two separate interviews in one. In the first, we cover his podcast, where he interviews physicians on how they manage to continue finding fulfillment and enjoyment in their lives and practices in a world of crushing debt, wasteful administrative burdens, and so much clicking. We discuss the recurring themes that he sees from his guests. He started...

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Endometriosis and the Bigger Health Picture with Laurence Orbuch, MD show art Endometriosis and the Bigger Health Picture with Laurence Orbuch, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

In today’s episode, you’ll hear two men talking about endometriosis. I recognize the optics of this, but this is a topic I haven’t covered yet, and an important one, so when today’s expert approached the show with the idea to discuss endometriosis, I said absolutely. Dr. Laurence Orbuch completed his training at the New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical College and SUNY Upstate Medical Center. He served as the Director of Minimally Invasive and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery at The Mount Sinai Beth Israel...

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Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 2, with BJ Fogg, PhD show art Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 2, with BJ Fogg, PhD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This is part 2 of my interview with Dr. BJ Fogg, author of Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything. In this part, we talk about how success breeds success and having your patient work on the habit you want them to change shouldn’t be the first priority. The first priority should be what they want to change because it shows them that they can be successful in creating lasting change. We also discuss how positive emotions help to encode habits and he actually came up with a technique to make ourselves feel successful after we’ve performed an act we want to repeat. We end by...

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Let’s Go On a Hippocratic Adventure with Ashwini Bapat, MD show art Let’s Go On a Hippocratic Adventure with Ashwini Bapat, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Ashwini Bapat, MD, is a palliative care doctor and co-Founder of   a community of US-trained physicians practicing and dreaming of practicing medicine outside the US. She is also the founder of   which provides virtual serious illness coaching and advance care planning to individuals and telepalliative care consultations to healthcare organizations.  We talk about the origins of both Hippocratic Adventures and EpioneMD. She also dispels the myth that you need to do a residency in a country to practice there. In fact, the US seems to be the only country that requires residency be...

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Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 1, with BJ Fogg, PhD show art Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 1, with BJ Fogg, PhD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This interview is one of my most important. If you are doing to share any of my episodes, this is one that I would implore you to share with your friends, family and colleagues. This is part 1 of 2 of my interviews with BJ Fogg, PhD, author of the book Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything. We all struggle to change our behaviors, to develop good habits and stop bad habits. There is a lot of popular wisdom about this and most, if not all, is just wrong. This is where Dr. Fogg steps in. Dr. Fogg discovered the keys to changing behavior through changing habits. For those of...

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Naomi Lawrence-Reid, M.D. is a pediatrician and founder of Doctoring Differently, a course and coaching platform designed to teach physicians of all specialties how to transition out of full-time clinical and academic practice while starting lucrative and flexible careers that best utilize their medical training and experience. We discuss all of her different income streams, like per-diem, locum tenens, veteran and social security disability exams, medical expert witness work, aesthetics, how she got into each of them, how we can get started, and why it is OK for a pediatrician to inject Botox into adults.

Dr. Lawrence-Reid initially intended on a career as a pediatric emergency medicine specialist, but she was unwilling to yield to the confines of restrictive hospital contracts, non-negotiable salaries, exhaustive administrative duties, and oppressive call schedules. She developed the Doctoring Differently curriculum in order to give physicians the tools to choose themselves and transform their individual passions and expertise into gratifying careers with increased income, tremendous freedom, and enhanced quality of life.

Dr. Lawrence-Reid is a proud Boston-area native currently based in San Diego, California. She attended Wake Forest University, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and she completed her pediatrics residency at Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York.

You can find her at www.doctoringdifferently.com