Your Physician NonClinical Career Begins Here
So, What's Out There? Nearly everything. The world is in transition, businesses are looking for new and better ways to achieve their goals, and your background of independent thinking and action is a perfect fit.
But, as you know, just like medicine, you can't be a specialist in everything. So the questions to ask and answer are these:
- What are your interests?
- What are your transferrable skill sets?
- What is your knowledge?
Sure, the old standbys are still there: Pharma, Biotech, Insurance, and Healthcare Administration. Those are probably the first areas you thought of, and you're not alone. Those are the areas most physicians initially consider for a nonclinical break, so they are crowded fields. That's not to say you can't break into them, but most often, without past in-industry roles, you'll need to take some creative action to get noticed.
Beyond the usual, I've had clients focused on boxing, customized bullet manufacturing and sales, road-cycling, and custom cars. I've also had clients advising government agencies and elected representatives, leading high-profile LGBTQ health facilities, working as healthcare economists, and consultants. Frankly, the list of opportunities is endless.
Today, however... let's add medical management, advice and consultation for all those things that didn't work right in managing this Pandemic. All the experts seem to be saying, the next pandemic is already on it's way. You may have some of the answers for better preparation, better treatment, better management. If you do, you're in demand.
So, what's out there is a combination of what you would like to be doing - your interests, and how your skills and knowledge can be re-imagined to be useful, to solve problems in a different business or industry.
As I say to every client, don't limit your thinking. No one visits my web site because life and career couldn't be better. My clients are looking for "better," better than they are doing now, better lifestyles, better incomes, a better time in life.
So, if you want to know what's out there for you, Just Call or TEXT Me and We'll Talk About It. 720-339-3585.
The menu on the left will walk you through the process: this is how your nonclinical career transition plan is developed.
What path is right for you?Your best fit may be between the lines of my list on the right, but working together we can decide the correct path for you to follow, and we can develop and implement an effective strategy for your success.
Call or email to discuss your options and your interests. There's no obligation for a Courtesy Consult - just the opportunity to chart your new career path.Does this sound interesting? Contact me to learn more -Click Here
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