This month, I wanted to share my personal journey about pursuing an MBA. That's what I wrote about in the March/April issue of the Physician Executive Journal. The title of my article is, "Pursuing an MBA: My Personal Journey as a Physician Executive." If you're thinking about business school, you should read the article. You can also follow my business school experience by reading my posts titled, "Business School Blog."
In April, I'm going to be in Lubbock TX attending the Annual MD/MBA Conference to speak to medical students, residents, and other physicians who are interested in careers in the business world. As a current MBA student, I can share stories from my personal journey and talk about how I made my decision to pursue an MBA.
Published for more than 20 years by ACPE, the Physician Executive Journal is the premier source of information and insight about the business of medicine.
The American College of Physician Executives is the nation's largest health care organization for physician executives — doctors who hold leadership and management positions — who want to boost their leadership skills while adding weight to their CVs.
Since its founding in 1975, the primary focus of the College is to provide superior leadership and management skills to physicians and encouraging them to assume more active roles in the leadership and management of their organizations. It has grown exponentially in that time, from 64 members to nearly 10,000.