Author: Michelle Mudge-Riley, DO, MHA
Do you like listening to podcasts? If you’re like me, you like the idea that podcasts can add to your efficiency. You can listen to them in the car or on the treadmill. But it’s hard to know which ones are any good, right? I’m always looking for new suggestions. I’m especially excited to hear about interesting FREE podcasts that give me tools to make my life easier.
Here are several good podcasts that offer tools for almost every doctor at any stage of his or her career. These podcasts discuss issues for both practicing doctors and doctors interested in non-clinical careers.
ReachMD offers a great podcast series and often hosts the founder of NonClinicalJobs.com (Dr. Joseph Kim) to talk about various subjects from social media to healthcare IT to non-clinical careers. Click here to listen to some of his recordings.
Cejka Search offers a series of podcasts aimed at physicians interested in physician executive careers and the recruiting process. Download their podcasts titled, "Physician and Health Care Executive Careers and Recruitment Podcast" on iTunes.
PrivatePracticeMD is a new podcast series. Click on this link to download the podcast directly from the website: http://www.privatepracticemd.com or you can get it here on iTunes. A note of disclosure: I am a co-host of the show at PrivatePracticeMD. Rich Berning, M.D., is the other co-host. Rich and I met years ago at a SEAK conference and found a shared interest in helping doctors.
About the author:
Dr. Mudge-Riley is a senior consultant for brokerage firms, health systems and large employers in wellness and health promotion and President of Physicians Helping Physicians in Richmond, Virginia. She has spent the past seven years advising and coaching other doctors in their career by counseling physicians on business skills, assisting with compliance and risk management issues and mentoring in personal wellness and balance. She has worked with hundreds of doctors and in various health systems located throughout the United States. To read more about Dr. Mudge-Riley, click here.