Interview with Dr. Phil Boucher
Today’s guest is the guy you call when you're dealing with challenging private practice matters.
Dr. Phil Boucher is a husband, a father of five, and a pediatrician in private practice in Lincoln, Nebraska. He is very prolific, treating patients, educating parents, and helping his colleagues enjoy their clinical work.
He has created an online presence for parents that includes a podcast and YouTube channel, all under the title “Raising Good Parents.”
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Phil also teaches time management and marketing strategies for private practice physicians. On his podcast called “Private Practice Matters,” he discusses business, marketing, and time management strategies “they forgot to teach us in medical school.”
Phil graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He also completed his pediatric residency at UNMC working at the Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. He then joined Lincoln Pediatrics Group and is now a partner.
Believing That Private Practice Matters
He loves practicing medicine. And he enjoys sharing solutions for problems he’s overcome. So he became a part-time coach and consultant to other physicians to address important private practice matters.
In whatever you're doing, do what only you can do. Meaning, when you're a physician, do only what you as a physician can do… and if you do those things, and if you're able to live those vocations, you will enjoy them so much more and have so many less distractions. – Dr. Phil Boucher
And he solves another problem that is important to physicians: time management. During our interview, he explains what he believes are two of the top ways to improve personal productivity.
He has even created a course that teaches his student physicians how to optimize these factors in their practices. OnTime MD is an online course for physicians who want to learn to focus on what matters most.
And Phil is a Mentor on the Clinicians Career Cooperative, so I was doubly happy to welcome him to the show.
Phil convinced me that there are steps to take to address unhappiness in your practice. You can begin by focusing on doing the work in your practice that only physicians can do, and delegating the rest.
Phil’s course will help you to figure that out. Check it out at nonclinicalphysicians.com/boucher and use the Coupon Code JURICA to receive a 15% discount on the course (this is an affiliate link).
Links for Today's Episode:
- Raising Good Parents Podcast
- Raising Good Parents YouTube Channel
- Private Practice Matters Podcast
- OnTime MD Course by Dr. Phil Boucher (be sure to enter JURICA on the payment page to receive a 15% discount – this is an affiliate link)
- Clinicians Career Cooperative
- Phil Boucher's Website
- Private Practice Accelerator Facebook Group
- Marketer.MD Program
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