Monthly Archives: April 2016

THE NEW ECONOMY OF MEDICINE: HOW TO NETWORK FOR SUCCESS

This article originally appeared on The Wealthy Physician Blog. I recently completed reading the classic networking book Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi. In it he describes a new kind of economy, one shaped more by the people you know in your industry rather than the company you work for. In other words your resumé is really only… Read More »

PSA: THE RESIDENCY MATCH PROBLEM

This article originally appeared on The Wealthy Physician Blog. In June 2015 Freakonomics Radio released the episode “Make Me a Match”. It highlighted the idea of “matching markets” developed by Stanford professor of economics and Nobel prize winner in economics in 2012 Al Roth. The idea was further detailed in his book Who Gets What—and Why: The New Economics of… Read More »