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Pain management is a booming industry with stress being laid on high quality, accountability, and transparency. In order to ensure students are entering the industry with the knowledge they need to not only provide this kind of care, but also negotiate a fair working environment, it is essential that they receive proper training. Jay Grider, CEO of Kentucky Medical Services Foundation, joins the show to share his perspectives on practice management and contract negotiations for physicians—specifically contracts for early career pain doctors.

Listen in as we discuss everything from different types of pain practices to contract negotiating considerations for new-in-practice attendings. You will learn how to get maximum value-add with patients in the right amount of time, advice on how to land your first job after a fellowship, and how to navigate tricky patients more effectively, efficiently, and empathetically.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How to balance your patients’ needs with your needs to create the best outcome for all.
  • How to ensure your students are prepared for real-world settings.
  • How to get maximum value-add with patients in the right amount of time.
  • Management tips for pain practices.
  • How to navigate difficult patients effectively.
  • The benefits and disadvantages of small and large pain practices.
  • Insights into contract negotiation.
  • Tips for landing your first job after a pain fellowship.

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