Click here for the article Empowering Physicians with Financial Literacy in the Journal of Medical Practice Management.

Directors of Medical School & Graduate Medical Education Programs know that to succeed, their students must learn more than medicine.

Young doctors need to know how to:

  • manage debt
  • budget
  • negotiate employment contracts
  • manage various risks
  • build children’s college savings
  • invest for retirement
  • protect assets
  • buy a home
  • start a private practice
  • etc.

In an increasingly complex and regulated healthcare environment it’s more important than ever for students and medical trainees to receive knowledge that sets them up for success.

This is where we come in. We are the outsourcing solution that addresses these needs professionally and reliably.

Most importantly, we are credible and objective. Because we only provide education, you know at all times that we will provide expert and objective knowledge that empowers your students. There is never a concern that we will water down our content and/or try to sell other products or services. This is in stark contrast to the typical approach, in which financial advisors or insurance agents volunteer to provide “educational” sessions. Invariably, these “volunteers” have an agenda — they have something to sell, calling into question the objectivity of their message. With us, you never have to worry about this scenario. We are educators. That’s all we do, and we do it well.

Our content was developed in collaboration with physicians at Johns Hopkins University.

We seek to create long-term relationships with Medical School & Graduate Medical Education departments, in which we return to campus each year to teach the newest graduating class of students/residents/fellows. Please look at our Testimonials for reviews by program attendees.

If you are the Director of a Medical School or Graduate Medical Education Program, please contact us to discuss how we may help improve your students’ financial literacy.

Click here for the article Empowering Physicians with Financial Literacy in the Journal of Medical Practice Management.

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