Pursuing a Future in Healthcare

If you’re in high school or college and thinking about what type of career you’re interested in, you might consider the field of health care. Many people immediately think of doctors and nurses, but many other options are also available. You could become a physician’s assistant, a nurse practitioner, a certified nursing assistant, a respiratory therapist, a physical therapist, work in medical records, or other areas. Read on for tips on how to pursue such a career.

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Starting a Health-Based Business? Here Are Some Tips to Keep in Mind

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According to research by Policy Advice, in the year 2019, Americans spent $3.65 trillion on healthcare, which amounted to 18% of the country’s GDP. In addition, the healthcare industry is the country’s largest employer attracting talented individuals from across the world. For entrepreneurs planning to start a health-based business, the possibilities are endless. But as with any business, there are risks and challenges which need to be accounted for. Today, The MD Preferred Network explores the precise steps entrepreneurs should follow to launch and manage a successful health-based business.

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Stress-Free Moving Tips for Busy Healthcare Professionals

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Moving tips are all over the internet, but what about advice for those who need to relocate for work? Moving and starting a new job in the health sector at the same time can be incredibly stressful, and the process can also be expensive if you don’t have the right resources in the planning stages. Finding the right home in the best neighborhood, scouting out school districts, preparing your family for all the upcoming changes, and getting ready to put your best foot forward at work are just a few things you’ll need to plan for, and this guide can help. You can also utilize healthcare-based tools like MD Preferred Network, which can connect you with the right tools as you start the moving process.

Here are some tips to help you get started:

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Relocating: How to Transition Smoothly Into Your New Home and Job

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You’ve been offered your first job as a physician, and it requires you to relocate. First things first: congratulations! After all the hard work, you’re stepping into an exciting chapter of your life and career.

Now, it’s time to get ready for the move. As with medical school, the more thoroughly you prepare, the better your experience will be. Fortunately, you can save yourself and your family a lot of time, stress, and money by getting a plan together. And MD Prefered Services wants to help you get started!

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Owning a business with a disability – Questions to ask yourself before jumping in

Owning a business with a disability

For people with a disability, owning your own business can be one of the best career decisions you’ll ever make. Business ownership allows a certain flexibility and provides opportunities that sometimes aren’t available for disabled persons in a traditional work environment. Before jumping into business ownership, however, it’s important to have a solid plan and make sure you’re setting yourself up for success. 

The MD Preferred Network wants to help you achieve your dreams. With that in mind, here are some questions you must ask yourself before you lay that first metaphorical brick. 

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Planning for Your Family’s Future When You Have a Disability

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If you’ve never put together a formal plan for your family’s future, it can feel like a pretty big undertaking. However, there are some professionals who can help you along the way — including the MD Preferred Network — and an action plan will help guide you. Here’s key advice for moms and dads with disabilities who want to lay a solid foundation for their families. And given that we are in the midst of a global pandemic, knowledge is power. 

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Financial and Career Planning Tips for Young Doctors and Med Students

Margaret Sucré-Vail, AIF® AWMA® l Sucré-Vail Wealth Advisors l www.sucrevailwa.com

The financial conditions facing young doctors and med students today are significantly different than they were 30, 20 or even just 10 years ago. If you are starting a career in medicine, student debt and a challenging insurance reimbursement environment, among other factors, make it essential to take a proactive approach to understanding your financial and career options in order to improve your chances of achieving long-term financial success.

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