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Part 11 of a 17-part series of presentations titled "2013 Young Ophthalmologist Program – It’s YO World: Jumpstart Your Career." Young ophthalmologists (YOs) face a unique set of demands in their transition from training to practice. It’s a challenging world, but it’s “YO” world – so join your YO colleagues and make the most of it. Not sure how? Review the fast-paced, interactive 2013 YO Program to learn about the key issues that affect YOs. From contract negotiation to coding, to marketing and choosing your practice type, your YO Committee and expert consultants have got you covered. Gain confidence, jump start your career and take control of your future now!
Part 1: Why Physicians Must be Competent CodersPart 2: Panel Discussion: Dollars and Cents, Buying-In/Reimbursement Schemes/Revenue SharingPart 3: You Are What You Market: Marketing 101Part 4: Panel Discussion: How to be a great team player?Part 5: when the vit hits the fanPart 6: Staying Out of Hot Water: Avoiding Medical Legal IssuesPart 7: Subspecialty SelectionPart 8: Ironing Out the Details: Considerations When Signing Your Contract/Buy-InPart 9: Don't Leave Training Without It: The ListPart 10: Pain in the Neck: Ergonomics in OphthalmologyPart 11: What's All the Twitter? Using Social Media to Build Your PracticePart 12: ROCK IT! OKAP and Board Prep and ResourcesPart 13: Eyes Wide Open: Your Future in OphthalmologyPart 14: Financial PlanningPart 15: Let's Make a Deal: Negotiating Your First ContractPart 16: International OphthalmologyPart 17: The ABCs of CPT and ICD: Coding Basics
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