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June 9th, 2015

I’ve been pondering two big-picture articles on the “cost curve” of medical delivery.

There’s a change in tone here that seems important, so we’ll tackle the first article today and the second one next time.

Let’s start with the New Yorker piece by surgeon and...

June 4th, 2015

TL:DR: Rote memorization has its downsides, and it’s hard. Yet, it does work, dependably, for making crucial knowledge a reflex and not a recall.

Recently, I visited an MD/PhD friend in Baltimore. She was busy Leaning-In before...

May 19th, 2015

It was a pleasure to spend some time with a friendly group of residents at Lankenau today.

A storm of decisions--professional, personal, financial--that is what new physicians face. We hope we have convinced them that the cost of waiting to establish the right savings strategy...

May 5th, 2015

What our workshop is really about is what is happening in the minds of the attendees.

It isn't about the words spoken during the presentation. Or the slides shown. 

It's all about the desired outcome. And for The Inflection Point Workshop, that is to give early-career...

April 28th, 2015

An excerpt from Pay Yourself First:

"Choosing financial independence creates challenges both financial and psychological...Don't be discouraged. If you are willing to put in place the necessary habits and financial structures...you can take your

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April 20th, 2015

Pay Yourself First has been featured on ReachMD, the nation's largest learning platform for physicians and other healthcare professionals.

In the interview about the book with Tim Rush, Jim Hemphill discusses four of "The Seven...

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