Friday, September 14, 2007

Your Personal Earning Capacity

As a physician, you need to compartmentalize certain parts of your job according to their ability to earn or cost you money. You earn income in the time you spend treating patients. You don't earn income sitting in front of a computer.

Even if you have superior computer skills, you should not waste valuable income-producing time by sitting at a keyboard attempting to compose letters for your practice.

  • What happens if you're tired?

  • What happens when you have too many meetings and professional obligations?

  • What happens when you need time for networking and hospital politics?

  • Or your family?

  • Or a social life?
It's all too easy to fall behind and feel as if you can never catch up.

Next: The Risk Of Assigning Tasks To The Wrong People

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