Casey Mcpherson is a Musician and Artist on a mission to find a cure for his daughter Rose. Rose is a 6-year-old girl who was born with a rare genetic disease. Faced with a grim prognosis, Casey set out on a path to find a cure for his daughter by starting a lab a building a team to find a cure.
Nov 21, 2022
I was interviewed by the gentleman at the Medicine Redefined Podcast. Dr. Darsh & Dr. Altamash. Which you can find below. This interview discusses my transition from clinical practice to working on the business side of healthcare. I also touch on the sunk cost associated with a career in medicine and how to perspective shift to find your way to a fulfilling career.
Nov 6, 2022
1 hr 2 min
David Canes, MD - Urologist and Founder of Wellprept
Oct 30, 2022
This Episode is with Dr. Maxwell Cooper, a Interventional Radiology resident, podcast host, and medical device innovator. We discuss how to start a podcast, his journey creating and funding a medical device and much more!
Oct 27, 2022
Ravi Komatireddy is an Internal Medicine physician and Founder/CEO of Daytona Health, a precision behavioral change platform with a personal human touch.
Oct 18, 2022
1 hr 27 min
Dr. David Mou is the CEO of Cerebral, the fastest-growing healthcare company to date. Dr. Mou was formerly the Chief Medical Officer of Cerebral and has now stepped up to lead the charge in creating a new direction and vision for Cerebral.
Oct 6, 2022
Jani is passionate about helping people make more informed healthcare decisions. After having a family member fall ill from a preventable condition, Jani co-founded imaware™ in 2018 to empower individuals to proactively screen for health conditions such as cardiovascular diseases and autoimmune conditions from their own homes in order to engage their doctors sooner. The mission of imaware™ is to reduce the number of individuals with undiagnosed illness through at-home screening. Utilizing small-volume sample collection, and microarray lab-testing equipment with high sensitivity and specificity, imaware™ provides consumers actionable reports and insights. Once aware of their health and data, patients can engage their doctors sooner to treat and manage these conditions.
Sep 6, 2022
Visit the Beyond Medicine Group website: beyondmedicinegroup.com
May 9, 2022
Today, we are joined by Dr. Daniel Paull. Dr. Paull is an orthopedic surgeon, founder and CEO of Easy Orthopedics.A surgeon by training, and a medical field disruptor by passion and author of the book, So You got Into Medical School…Now What?I have been following his Linkedin posts for quite a while and I resonate deeply with his posts, that's why I brought him to the show today. Are today's doctors softer than old-fashioned doctors? We talk about the constant fears and doubts that surround us after residency and the widespread "Pseudo stability trap" that we, as physicians, still believe in. We talk about our personal experience with an existential crisis and Dr. Paull tells us what helped him overcome his.Quotes: "Look, when you're seeing a patient,there's an algorithmic ways to treat somebody, but you have to take into account their social, their economic, and their emotional situation. And that's where the kind of art of medicine comes in." - Dr. Daniel Paull "I think that's where a lot of the disconnect is where someone says, I don't like practicing medicine. Really what they might be is they don't like practicing medicine the way they are practicing it now. There's a big disconnect from how you kind of learn what medicine maybe should be like in medical school to how it's actually carried out in residency afterwards" - Dr. Daniel Paull"I mean, nobody really forms a business because things are good. You form it because things aren't good. There's a problem either where you're working or there's some problem you're trying to solve or something's not going right." - Dr. Daniel Paull"To make it through medical training, you have to be so stubborn. Like, I thought I was one of the most stubborn people I knew. And then I went to med school. I'm like, oh, everybody's stubborn." - Dr. Daniel Paull"We need people out not only seeing patients, but we need people on the other side of things, developing technology, working with big business, fighting for physician rights and trying to make a better system, because the reason we're in this mess in the first place is because doctors decided not to care about business. - Dr. Rami"If you don't focus on the business part of your practice, somebody else will do it for you. And you probably won't like it" - Dr. Daniel Paull"When you go on your residency interview, take note of how happy the people are when you're interviewing. And if all of them are happy, it's probably good. If they're all miserable, don't go there because you're not going to be an outlier, you will be miserable too." - Dr. Daniel PaullShow Notes: The reasons for an existential crisis What helped Dr. Paull overcome his existential crisis What is destroying your health The constant fears and doubts that surrounds us after residency The reality of medicine today Why you should be a disruptive type The "pseudo stability trap"How its to be a doctor and be part of the status quo at the same time The difficulties of speaking out about the system that you are in The disagreements between doctors in orthopedics Are today's doctors softer than old fashioned doctors? How the residency works When do you need an MBALinks:https://easyorthopedics.com/Buy Dr. Paull's book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/You-Into-Medical-School-What/dp/0990940047/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?crid=1TSQFDZHEAG3V&keywords=so+you+got+into+medical+school+now+what&qid=1554077339&s=gateway&sprefix=so+you+got+into+me%2Caps%2C163&sr=8-1-fkmrnull
Apr 26, 2022
Intro:Dr. Aleah and I dive deep into the difficulties, misconceptions and everything that we believe is wrong with medicine. "None of us know how to market ourselves or find the right people because, you know, we've been brainwashed. Thats just like, you are a clinician, thats what you are."Dr. Aleah shares some of the most common problems with our medical curriculum and the importance of have skills that complement your medical career. We have an honest conversation about the barriers that we face as doctors, why doctors should know about finances and how to make extra real money during medical residency. "We already know this, that hospital systems make a lot of money off of residents and the care that they provide" We talk about the insane and overwhelming medical residency journey and how to keep your sanity during the process. How to take calculated risks, and the danger of over self-sacrifice and not having boundaries in medicine. Quotes: "I'd rather watch the system burn, than see all my colleagues burn" - Dr. Rami"If you actually finish your medical degree and then don't do residency, you actually cant even volunteer to help people " - Dr. Rami"Boundaries are good but we cant put a boundary with patients" - Dr. Aleah"Boundaries tend to benefit both parties, maybe not initially, but in the long run they do" - Dr. AleahShow notes: The importance of business in medicine; The emergence of the gig economy for clinicians; The barriers that we face as doctors; How to make extra real money during medical residency; How to be resilient The importance of boundaries in medicine.
Jan 9, 2022