I'm so excited to appear in several prestigious events this Fall.
On Tuesday, October 7, 2018, I'll be a featured speaker at MGMA18. (You can receive $200 off your registration with promo code KEVINMD.)
On Sunday, October 21, 2018, I will keynote CAP18, the annual conference of the College of American Pathologists. Please listen to ...
Dr. Lynette Charity is a practicing anesthesiologist and accomplished humorist and public speaker, having made it to the semifinals of the Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking in 2014. She's also one of my coaching clients, and I am so proud to announce that she will keynote three conferences this Fall.
On Saturday, September 8, she will keynote the Ohio Dermatological Association ...
I sincerely appreciate all your support for my boutique speakers bureau, Physician Speaking by KevinMD.
These speakers are both practicing physicians and award-winning speakers that shine on stage.
This Fall, we will highlight the following events:
I'm so excited to introduce my new boutique speakers bureau: Physician Speaking by KevinMD.
I will match your event with select physician speakers who I have personally coached or handpicked. These physicians are not only amazing speakers, but are also practicing physicians who have experience in sharing their story at acclaimed venues like the Toastmasters International World Championships of Public Speaking and the TEDx stage.
I understand that ...
Physicians can use social media to proactively define themselves online.
A KevinMD keynote video excerpt. I'm currently considering opportunities for 2018: Please visit my physician keynote speaking page to find out more.
One way to fight physician burnout is to share our stories and remove the stigma. A KevinMD keynote video excerpt. I'm currently considering opportunities for 2018: Please visit my physician keynote speaking page to find out more.
One way to fight burnout is to have a passion outside of medicine, or another passion within medicine. The work I do with KevinMD is what is preventing me from becoming a burned out, physician statistic.
What should you do if an insurance company denies a test? Record the name of the denying physician in the chart and take the burden of the denial off of your shoulders and onto the shoulders of a faceless, algorithm-following insurance clinician.