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Why You Should Buy My DocDigital Online Course

Having options is a delightful privilege. Whether you want to work part-time, pick up extra shifts, or do more surgical cases versus seeing clinic patients. 2023 is that year when you can have your cake and eat it, too; I can see my own cash-pay patients from anywhere in the world.

The DocDigital online course is 8 weeks long with lots of supporting material, and you’ll be guided through the entire thing with me live. A brilliant, sexy, smart companion … and me. You can’t miss it!

Build Your Own Online Practice

You should buy my DocDigital online course because it is 8 weeks of jam-packed information where you start from zero and end up with your own private online medical practice in 2 months.

You might never even start the practice, but you’ll feel great having paid me $1,500 for my DocDigital online course! No? Well, at least you’ll be empowered with the knowledge necessary to start your Virtual Practice should that need or desire ever arise.

Feel Empowered to Be Your Own Boss

Even better, you’ll still learn a lot about the practice of private medicine. Charging patients cash for a niche practice is very different from showing up to a large medical practice where the patient and doctor are forced into an awkward dance just because they share an insurance company in common.

Let me break down each week for you, I think this will convince you.

DocDigital Online Course

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Week 1: Business Structure

  • Brainstorming about what your practice will look like
  • Choosing the right business entity: LLC, S-Corp, PC, SP
  • Asset protection
  • Defining your target audience, product, and service
  • Generating online reviews from clients
  • Selling digital products & services
  • Creating a mini-business plan
  • What makes your practice and offering unique?
  • Pricing your services
  • Hiring staff
  • Where to find investment capital to start and grow
  • Cost of running & starting an Online Practice

Week 2: Legal Protection

  • Informed consent
  • Arbitration agreements
  • Data privacy & security
  • HIPAA matters
  • Patient Privacy
  • Practicing across state & country borders
  • Telemedicine only licenses
  • Malpractice purchase
  • Health coaching vs. telehealth
  • Medicare Opt-out vs non-participating

Week 3: Patient Care Experience 

  • Art of patient communication
  • Mastering the customer experience
  • Definition of the ideal patient journey
  • Clinical workflows
  • Addressing clinical emergencies
  • Ordering labs, images, referrals
  • Getting virtual consults on your patients
  • Cash-pay resources for patients

Week 4: Online Presence

  • Website hosting & URL
  • Website platform (WP, Wix, Squarespace, Kajabi)
  • SEO to drive more traffic
  • Keyword selection & search
  • Cost of building a website or designing it yourself
  • Key web pages to have on your website
  • Contact page & booking links to get paid
  • Integrating into your EMR from your site
  • Creating patient resources

Week 5: Technology

  • What features do you need in your EHR/EMR?
  • Choosing the right EHR
  • Documentation practices for your EHR
  • EHR pricing and features
  • Patient communication platforms
  • Synchronous vs Asynchronous telehealth
  • Legal issues for email
  • Signing BAAs
  • Hiring a call center for your practice
  • Patient engagement platforms
  • VPN
  • Choosing the right laptop
  • Choosing the right mobile phone
  • Router selection
  • Video & audio considerations
  • Internet considerations
  • Wifi & mobile hotspot
  • Remote patient monitoring (RPM)

Week 6: Marketing & Branding

  • Legal issues with advertising to patients
  • Health-related claims considerations
  • A/B testing
  • Ways to advertise your practice
  • Social media campaigns
  • Budget for advertising
  • Creating sales funnels
  • Selling online courses
  • Group sessions with patients
  • Defining a brand
  • Word-of-mouth advertising tactics
  • Organic website traffic
  • Content marketing
  • Copywriting
  • How to properly vet & hire a marketer

Week 7: Case Studies

  • Sample telehealth practices
  • How to compete in the virtual space
  • Emulating success
  • How to grow the practice
  • Expanding & scaling

Week 8: Challenges & Troubleshooting

  • Overcoming your emotional hurdles
  • Conquering fears and doubts
  • Reviving a failed marketing campaign
  • Finding motivation
  • Addressing burnout in the virtual space
  • Dealing with difficult patients
  • Addressing legal concerns

Bonus Week: Becoming a Digital Nomad Physician

  • Surprise for DocDigital students

Why You Shouldn’t Buy My Course

Sometimes, we have enough on our plates, and adding one more online course as a to-do will just add to your stress level. Don’t do that to yourself. Just knowing that courses like this are out there is helpful.

If you are already well on your way to building your practice, you probably just need a few key questions answered. It’s better to focus on those and relearn a whole new method from some bald Persian dude.

Working for yourself is not glamorous if your boss is an asshole. I’m sitting here on a tiny desk in my Spain apartment typing this blog post out and the weather is amazing – I’d really rather be out there. But I have skin in the game with my DNP, DNH, and HHC brands – so, here I sit, brokenhearted, trying to …

Comment below: What are some of your burning questions and things high on your list that you’d like to learn by the time you finish this 8-week course? 

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