#MDTalks: Can choosing Management after Medicine boost your
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After spending more than a decade in college, medical school, and residencies, physicians enter the profession ready to help sick and injured people solve medical problems. However, many of us are not prepared to tackle the biggest challenge —the business of healthcare.

What is your opinion on pursuing management after medicine to boost your career growth?

Share your opinion in the comment section below!

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Dr. S●●●●a S●n
Dr. S●●●●a S●n Ophthalmology
Yes, definitely
Jul 24, 2020Like
Dr. K●●●●●p S●●●h
Dr. K●●●●●p S●●●h Internal Medicine
Yes it surely can...every doctor is an entrepreneur in some or the other way...and management is one thing I feel most doctors lack..their career can take great heights with learning management
Jul 24, 2020Like1
Dr. V●●●●l T●●●r
Dr. V●●●●l T●●●r General Surgery
I believe some basic management skills should be inculcated right from graduation level formally or informally by the students themselves. If after 12 to 15 yrs of formal medical training one has to get trained in management again then it is a perfect recipie for burnout even before the career has begun.
Jul 25, 2020Like1