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From burning out to burning passion.

Neil R. Hoyt, Sr.
Nov 26, 2018
Business, Burnout, Physician Productivity [Medical Economics online]

When you think about practicing medicine in today’s environment, do you feel as if you are caught in a systemic perfect storm?

Let’s face it; practicing medicine is hard. After all, you’re faced with bureaucratic tasks, long work hours, technology, stagnant or declining compensation and reimbursement, lack of autonomy, government regulations, escalating operating expenses and other challenges. It’s no wonder so many physicians are burned out.

Nearly half of all physicians report some level of professional burnout. They cite their job as the top reason for burnout, followed by their finances. Family medicine and internal medicine physicians are in the bottom four of all reported specialties when ranking level of happiness.

Although the numbers may not surprise you, what many physicians don’t realize is the effect this burnout is having. Burnout leads to exasperation, less patient engagement, frustration, unfriendliness, reduced motivation, errors, isolation and other problems.

“Physicians have been forced into a non-sustainable business model with not enough time per patient. We all know time is the essence of quality when it comes to care. Concierge type practices offer the patient ample time with their physician which generally leads to fewer ER visits, fewer sub-specialist visits and fewer hospitalizations which, in turn, can substantially reduce total healthcare costs,” says Stephen C. Schimpf, MD, author of Fixing the Primary Care Crisis and former CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Thrive with a concierge care program

A concierge care program will fuel your professional passion by allowing you the time you need to spend with every patient – enhance the one-on-one relationship, listen intently, understand their concerns and address all of their questions. It will also allow you to have a better understanding of all the factors affecting their health, to be more proactive with their care by focusing more on prevention and wellness and; to thoroughly explain their treatment options.

Ultimately, studies indicate more time allows you to improve patient care and achieve better outcomes.

Concierge care also addresses many of the top ways, as reported in a Medscape study, physicians see as reducing burnout, including:

Increased compensation. This alleviates a great deal of stress. With a full concierge practice, all patients in a physician’s panel are enrolled in their concierge membership program. Membership revenue alone can range from $250k to $700k per year.
More manageable patient load. A full concierge practice usually reduces a patient panel to 20-30 percent of their traditional panel. For a primary care physician, this typically means having a concierge panel of only 250 – 600 patients.
Manageable work schedule. As a result of a reduced patient panel, physicians normally see only 8–12 patients per day in a concierge care model versus 20 or more patients per day in a traditional practice model.
Autonomy. Concierge medicine allows a physician to maintain their independence in a sustainable practice model. Thus, they are not forced to compromise the care of their patients due to the forces of unreasonable mandates. That, in turn, allows you to practice the way you believe is in the best interest of your patients.
“One such model is a customizable concierge care program which is an antidote for physician burnout, it provides the time needed for every patient and allows the physician to be independent in a sustainable practice,” Schimpf says.

Physicians can avoid, reduce or overcome burnout and thrive with a concierge medicine model of care. But in order to do so, you must first commit to making the changes necessary to adapt to today’s care environment.

Neil R. Hoyt, Sr. is vice president of Paragon Private Health. He has spent the past 14 years creating sustainable customized concierge care programs for physicians throughout the U.S.

[Priority Health Academy trains physicians and Advanced Healthcare Providers (PAs, NPs) on how to take on a "concierge like'' practice and we also support their start ups in their hometown.; for more visit us on Facebook or email [email protected]]

Integrative & Functional Medicine Teaching Academy. Open to Advanced Practice Providers (NP, PA)

4thAnnFxMedSymp Introduction 07/16/2021

4thAnnFxMedSymp Introduction

4thAnnFxMedSymp Introduction Dr. Saleeby, founder and director of the Priority Health Academy introduces this year's Symposium.The 501(c)3 non-profit organization depends on generous don...

Interview with Dr. Robert Pearl, MD on new book UNCARING 07/09/2021

Interview with Dr. Robert Pearl, MD on new book UNCARING

Had the pleasure and honor today of interviewing Dr. Robert (Robbie) Pearl, MD author of the new book "UNCARING" about how medical and physician culture can harm both patients and clinicians. This is the kick off to the 4th Annual FxMed Symposium going live July 17th, 2020

http://www.crowdcast.io/e/fxmedsymposium2021

https://www.amazon.com/Uncaring-Culture-Medicine-Doctors-Patients/dp/1541758277

Interview with Dr. Robert Pearl, MD on new book UNCARING A chat with JP Saleeby, MD and Robert "Robbie" Pearl, MD on his new book "Uncaring" about how medical and physician culture can harm both patients and physic...

LDN International Conference 2021 -Virtual - Dr. Saleeby to speak on LDN and ED and on LDN Delivery Systems 06/04/2021

LDN International Conference 2021 -Virtual - Dr. Saleeby to speak on LDN and ED and on LDN Delivery Systems

LDN International Conference 2021 -Virtual - Dr. Saleeby to speak on LDN and ED and on LDN Delivery Systems | docsaleeby.blogspot.com/2021/06/ldn-international-conference-2021.html

LDN International Conference 2021 -Virtual - Dr. Saleeby to speak on LDN and ED and on LDN Delivery Systems LDN 2021 - ldnrtevents www.ldnrtevents.com/pages/ldn-2021 for access

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast 05/27/2021

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast Annual Functional Medicine Symposium with lectures on select topics of interest to providers and healthcoaches.

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast 05/14/2021

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast

Annual Functional Medicine Symposium with lectures on select topics of interest to Advanced Providers (NP, PA) and health coaches.

www.crowdcast.io/e/fxmedsymposium2021/register

Some of our speakers:

Yusuf (JP) Saleeby, MD - Director of Priority Health Academy & Carolina Holistic Medicine - Host and speaker for this event - Topics on Hypothyroidism (new 2021 lecture); Leaky Gut; others

Ms. Savannah Ligon (Certified health coach/Yoga instructor) - A personal Journey

Kate Godly, PA (FxMed Physician Assistant at The Functional Medicine Center) - Topics on Mold Toxicity & Mycotoxins

Josh Corwin, PA (FxMed/Ortho Physician Assistant at The Functional Medicine Center) - HD-Vitamin C therapy and Ozone therapies

Hamid Bakhteyar, PharmD, FACA (Compounding Pharmacist)- Compounding Pharmacy 101. [SPONSOR- Carolina Compounding Pharmacy & Health Center, Cary, NC - (919) 467-7110]

Carey McNamara, PA & Sundeep Chaudhry, MD - Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET) - Met-Test & Whole Heart Fm Medicine.

Bryan Zieglar, PharmD, MBA (Compounding Pharmacist)- Unique dose forms and various topical bases in compounding. [SPONSOR - Moss Compounding Pharmacy, Florence, SC - (843) 665-0289]

Jennifer Fabrizi, PA-C (Physician Assistant with CHM) - Introduction to Peptides

Other Speakers TBA

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast Annual Functional Medicine Symposium with lectures on select topics of interest to providers and healthcoaches.

CHOP Researchers Discover New Disease that Prevents Formation of Antibodies 05/06/2021

CHOP Researchers Discover New Disease that Prevents Formation of Antibodies

CHOP Researchers Discover New Disease that Prevents Formation of Antibodies Using whole exome sequencing, CHOP researchers discovered the genetic mutation responsible for a condition that prevents patients from making B cells and antibo

4th Annual Functional Medicine Symposium (2021) 03/21/2021

4th Annual Functional Medicine Symposium (2021)

4th Annual Functional Medicine Symposium (2021) 4th Annual FxMed Symposium 2021 (DOL2021)A virtual Event on Integrative and Functional Medicine topics. This event features regional and national experts on...

Are US doctors actually happy? | MDLinx 02/27/2021

Are US doctors actually happy? | MDLinx

Before COVID-19 turned everyday life upside down, 82% of doctors reported they were largely happy outside of work, according to last year’s survey. In the 2021 report, only 58% can say the same. And happiness at work took a sharp dip during the pandemic, too—69% were happy at work last year compared with 49% since the pandemic began, according to another Medscape survey, the 2021 Physician Burnout & Su***de Report.

There is a better way.... learn more here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/fxmedsymposium2021/register

Are US doctors actually happy? | MDLinx Are US doctors actually happy?

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by JP Saleeby 02/26/2021

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by JP Saleeby

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by JP Saleeby Priority Health Academy founded in 2018 is a 501(c)3 non-government non-profit. … JP Saleeby needs your support for Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by Yusuf Saleeby 02/26/2021

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by Yusuf Saleeby

We appreciate any donation.

Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed, organized by Yusuf Saleeby Priority Health Academy founded in 2018 is a 501(c)3 non-government non-profit… Yusuf Saleeby needs your support for Help Educate Nurse Practitioners in FxMed

COVID-19 Feb. 2021 Update - Crowdcast 02/20/2021

COVID-19 Feb. 2021 Update - Crowdcast

A COVID-19 Update. One hour long lecture on all thing COVID/SAR-CoV-2. Most important is the Nutraceutical Bundle recommended for everyone to help end the pandemic.

Objectives:
Define the virus and the disease state (including Long COVID)
How is it transmitted and how to protect ourselves
Symptoms (early and late)
Pathophysiology (cytokine storms and inflammation)
Four Pillars of a Pandemic Response
Natural “Nutraceutical Bundle”
Rx (outpatient)
Vaccine or Gene-Therapy
WHO/CDC & censorship of the scientific community
Outpatient COVID protocols

COVID-19 Feb. 2021 Update - Crowdcast A lecture by Dr. Saleeby on COVID-19 update.

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast 02/14/2021

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast

https://www.crowdcast.io/e/fxmedsymposium2021

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6766698402626494464/

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast Annual Functional Medicine Symposium with lectures on select topics of interest to providers and healthcoaches.

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast 01/22/2021

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast

4th Annual FxMed Symposium (DOL2021) - Crowdcast Annual Functional Medicine Symposium with lectures on select topics of interest to providers and healthcoaches.

Update on COVID19 Pandemic: What we need to know moving into the winter - Crowdcast 09/19/2020

Update on COVID19 Pandemic: What we need to know moving into the winter - Crowdcast

As winter approaches and we are all in tighter spaces with colder weather and the ''Flu Season" around the corner what should we be doing about contagious diseases. What does COVID19 and other viruses have in store for us?

This Event will be hosted by PA Kate Godly (PA) and Dr. J.P. Saleeby, MD both Functional Medicine healthcare providers and will answer some fundamental questions about the SARS-CoV-2 virus the influenza season and much more.

How to test.

How to be prepared in advance.

How to choose the best therapy offered.

Q&A time.

This is a free event, but donations are accepted to the Priority Health Academy a 501(c)3 NGO devoted to FxMed Learning.

Update on COVID19 Pandemic: What we need to know moving into the winter - Crowdcast Register now for Priority Health Academy's event on Crowdcast, scheduled to go live on Friday October 09, 2020 at 6:30 pm EDT.

08/30/2020

MENTORING/FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM WITH DR. SALEEBY

Priority Health Academy
Murrells Inlet & Charleston, SC

Having witnessed first-hand the short comings of traditional medical education from pre-med to medical school and through residence training, I have often dreamed of a day I would have an impact to improve the “teaching’’ of the medical arts. Sleep deprivation is a hallmark of years of medical school and residency. It has been akin to a right-of-passage and to w**d out those that could not hack the training programs. However, this college fraternity hazing mindset only hurts learning. Researchers now know sleep deprivation before a learning session limits assimilation of information and sleep deprivation after a learning session does not allow for the storage of the knowledge gained.

I have always had a vision of a better way of learning and at a pace set by those learning not the teachers. One size fits all learning environments are not ideal for everyone. Customizing the learning experience in a setting more in the way of apprenticeship versus classroom didactic in my opinion is much more rewarding. Harking back to the days of the ancient Greeks and their Lyceum. Mentorship and interning in this way is of greater value than the conventional degree and certificate courses. This is my vision for medical education, and this type of tutelage is what I am offering with this fellowship program.

This mentoring or fellowship program is offered to those healthcare providers [especially advanced degree nurse practitioners (NP) and physicians assistants (PA)] who seek to learn about bringing holistic, integrative and functional medicine in practice. Utilizing my two decades of experience in a self-created curriculum I now can pass on this knowledge. The mentorship program will be collaborative, and the candidates will be required to dive into some research on topics, create/curate presentations and educational material for patients. There are three levels of mentorship:

1. The highest level is a Sub-Internship Program at one of our two locations. Once a week shadow-to-practice for 3-months (12-sessions) along with didactic self-study with voiced over PowerPoint presentations (completed as a prerequisite) prior to your first day in the clinical setting. It will start with a shadowing for a period of time; one-on-one discussions on delivery of healthcare and finally an internship experience with taking the helm at appointments with a patient. From soup to nuts (intake to curation of long-term plans). [Time devoted prior and during this period would be 50 hours for preparation for course and 12 x days in clinic. Fee: $3,000]

2. The Shadowing Program will be two weeks of Didactic voice-over PowerPoint presentations along with 2 sessions each week in clinic for 2 weeks. Shadow-to-practice teaching and instructing and by end of 2nd week candidates will know basics about curation of TxPlans for patients. [initial work on voice overs for 6 PP presentations are about 12-hrs. Fee: $2,000]

3. The Self-Learning Course has no time limit and is at-your-own pace. Allows for a single day of shadowing and introduction to the DPC model and micro-medical office. Six-PowerPoint Voice Over Lectures on topics in Functional Medicine. All 6-lectures will be delivered by Email upon completion of registration & payment. NDA must be signed and material is copyrighted. Shadow day can be scheduled up to 1-year out. [time devotion is on your own. Fee: $800 including one shadow day in clinic.]

4. Once completion of any of the above courses for continued mentorship and tutelage via phone or email (as informal collaborator) there is a membership fee of $50/month [$600 paid in advance for the year]. There are some limitations and restrictions. There is a limited number of opportunities for Dr. Saleeby to be a collaborating MD in NC and SC for those interested ($1000/month).

5. Pay Per view Podcasts (Lectures) $100/lecture (PowerPoint VoiceOver)

Things we will explore together:
• nutritional therapies (I dive into nutrition and diet and dispelling myths and fads along the way)
• herbal & nutraceutical medicine
• how to interview patients with the FxMed paradigm
• how to assess and prevent heart disease
• how to interpret functional and predictive lab tests
• how to use specific medicines, such as low-dose naltrexone (LDN) & bHRT & peptides
• how to identify underlying causes of autoimmune disease
• how to identify and treat tickborne illnesses, both acute and chronic
• how to run an independent practice micro-office DPC practice (EHR, supporting platforms, etc.)

My expectation is that, as a result of this unique mentoring program, your learning curve will shorten from decades of false starts into a few months of working in a way that is both effective and meaningful for you. You will have more confidence in your ability to support patients or clients. You will have access to all the medicines, contacts, forms, and other tools I have created and learned in my career.

Who qualifies:
• medical or naturopathic students
• new or veteran M.D.s or D.O.s wanting to transition to a more holistic approach
• advanced Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants (this program is especially designed for NPs/PAs)
• health-and-wellness coaches (advanced and certified only)

Next Step:
If you’re interested or have questions, please email me at [email protected] and we can set up a time to talk by phone to make sure this is a good fit for all involved. In your email, please include:
your professional background (Resume/CV) and current work; in two to three sentences
about what motivates your interest in this program.

Pricing:
The program has five levels. Two are onsite learning and others are remote learning. Fees are outlined above with each level and prerequisite.

Timing:
Our next available class will be mid-January 2021. Open to a single candidate at each allotted time/date slot for Level 1 & 2; Level 3, 4 and 5 is self-study and there are no restrictions in number of candidates. Sub-Internship and Shadowing Fellowships must be paid in full in advance to hold your seat.

The Priority Health Academy is a 501(c)3 non-profit learning institution.

eventbrite.com 07/15/2020

3rd Annual Functional Medicine Symposium (Online Virtual Summit)

Only two more days to pre-register for this 3 day virtual Event in Functional Medicine. Great speakers and topics!

eventbrite.com 3rd Annual Priority Heath Academy Functional and Holistic Medicine Symposium. ONLINE FORMAT. July 17-19, 2020.

youtube.com 05/29/2020

3rd Annual Functional Medicine Symposium ONLINE

https://youtu.be/5QTnTLuoAQ8 for more info on our EVENT July 2020

youtube.com Priority Health Academy's 3rd Annual FxMed Symposium. A 3 day event immersion in functional, holistic and integrative medicine in an online format via Crowdc...

05/13/2020

At long last the opportunity to purchase a PASS for this event.
It will air live and free for a few days starting May 27th.
For more information visit: https://immunityblueprints.com

02/21/2020

Dr Yusuf Saleeby, MD - 19 Feb 2020

Interview with Linda from LDN Research Trust. Topic of low dose naltrexone for autoimmune disorders and those suffering from immune dysfunction.

Dr Yusuf Saleeby is a Functional and Integrative Medicine practitioner. Utilizing LDN in practice for AI and Lyme patients mostly. Established Priority Healt...

02/21/2020

Tickets for 3-day event still remain. $150 each. Visit www.TinyURL.com/DOL-2020 for information on event, topics and speakers.

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Latest micro-podcast on Leaky Gut and links to dysbiosis/SIBO and autoimmunity:

click here: https://youtu.be/1PtwKBTfTOk

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eventbrite.com 12/31/2019

Digital Detox Weekend: How to regain your life from electronic devices

Digital Detox Weekend Retreat for those struggling with Social Media, Smart-Phones, Email, Texting Addictions. For more information please click on the link below:

www.TinyURL.com/DigDetox

eventbrite.com Five day workshop on Digital Detox and how to regain your life from the clutches of the attention economy in an all inclusive setting.

ldnrtevents.com 12/24/2019

Yusuf M. (JP) Saleeby, M.D.

Dr. Saleeby to speak on GI gut issues *UC and Crohns) at Nassau Bahama's Feb 12th, 2020 LDN Conference.

ldnrtevents.com Dr. Saleeby is a 1991 graduate with a medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta Georgia. Upon completion of post-graduate training at East Carolina University School of Medicine in Greenville, North Carolina, he had a two decade career in Emergency Medicine serving Emergency Depa...

foxnews.com 12/20/2019

Whooping cough outbreak closes Texas school despite 100-percent vaccination rate: officials

OUCH! 100% vaccinated kids and adults and still a nasty outbreak. Was this the placebo group or is there limited effectiveness to this type of vaccine? Are we protected with MMR? dT? Flu vaccines each year? I think there needs to be very well funded non-bias studies on this matter. FDA really needs to step up here and find out what gives.

#FoxNews

foxnews.com An outbreak of the highly contagious whooping cough has forced one school in Houston, Tex., to close its doors early for the holiday break.

jotform.us 12/07/2019

New Patient Intake forms

New Patients to our centers can now go online to fill out Intake Form and Waivers: https://form.jotform.com/92765541756165

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[11/17/19]   5 Ways to Get A Life Outside of Medicine

BY JONATHAN FORD HUGHES / NOVEMBER 2019
blog on PhysicianSense

Nearly a quarter of U.S. physicians work between 61-80 hours per week. That leaves somewhere between 107-88 hours for sleeping, eating, and — hopefully — having a life. Of course the demands of medicine, family, and biology often take precedence over the things that bring doctors joy. This is not without consequences.

Though physician burnout has declined, it’s still an issue. The latest data from the American Medical Association show that 43.9% of U.S. physicians exhibited one burnout symptom in 2017. In 2014, the figure stood at 54.4%. Creating a better work/life balance is an effective way of pushing these burnout statistics even lower.

Getting a life might seem like a monumental task, but there are a few concrete steps you can take to get started. Here are 5 of them.

Create a boundary between work and personal life
Modern technology, while enhancing physicians’ ability to provide enhanced care, also, unfortunately, has eroded what was once a clear separation between work time and personal time. All it takes is a call, text, email, or instant message to interrupt what was once the restorative sanctuary of home life. In the age of constant contact, maintaining this separation is just as important as ever (unless, of course, you’re on call).

While you might not be able to sever all connections to work once you arrive at home, you can be proactive about separating work life and home life. D**e Drummond, the Happy MD, teaches his clients this ritual: As you pull into your driveway and turn off your car, tell yourself, “With this breath, I’m coming all the way home.” Take a deep breath, let it out, and shut the car off.

Ask for help
Another point from Dr. Drummond that we return to often here at PhysicianSense: Medical school and residency teach doctors to be “super hero, workaholic, Lone Ranger, perfectionists.” Let’s focus on the Lone Ranger part. Humans are social creatures, having evolved over millennia in tight-knit groups. It goes against our nature to isolate ourselves. That’s why solitary confinement is such a devastating tactic.

If you’re struggling with your mental health, or are generally feeling lonely or overwhelmed, you do not need to go it alone. Asking for help can take on many forms. It can be something as simple as outsourcing time-consuming chores to free up time for recreation, or as significant as working with a mental health professional. Be proactive. Ask for help before something simple mushrooms into something complicated.

Schedule something fun weekly
Ask any doctor to show you their calendar, and likely they can do it. They’ll produce a digital calendar that’s clotted with meetings, appointments, rounds, and other minutiae of a day in medicine. Ask the same doctor to show you their social calendar, and many will draw a blank.

Technology has accelerated the pace of life to the point where if you aren’t proactive about managing your time, time is going to start managing you. The modern physician — if they want to have a life — needs to apply the same rigor to managing their personal schedule as they do their professional one. Otherwise, they’ll find themselves sitting in front of the TV on a Sunday night, having done nothing fun, wondering where the weekend went.

We’re encouraging you to be selfish. Each week, schedule something that you want to do. Make this a ritual, no matter how pressed for time you are. It can be something as simple as grabbing an ice cream cone on Thursdays on your way home, or as complex as taking a day hike. Plan it. Do it. Get a life.

Join ‘user groups’
A great way to begin getting a life outside of medicine is to evaluate your interests. Many of these niche interests have what Brad Bollenbach, the writer of 30Sleeps, would call “user groups.” These user groups are collections of like-minded individuals who are into the same niche interests as you.

Bollenbach suggests writing a list of at least 50 of these items. Really unload your head. Items on your list can be as common as surfing, or as esoteric as 16th century crochet patterns. Odds are, there are others like you out there who are into these things. Once you have your list, Bollenbach suggest heading over to Meetup.com and searching for matching events. Just like that, your network expanded to include fellow 16th century crochet enthusiasts.

Learn a new skill
Learning a new skill is a tremendous way to create a life outside of medicine, and to meet people from all walks of life. It’s also a great method of maintaining neuroplasticity. As it pertains to brain health, move it or lose it is indeed applicable. We recommend learning skills in a group setting for the added benefit of meeting new people.

Some options include martial arts classes (we like Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, though this can be hard on the hands for surgeons); art, language, or music lessons; or master a computer program or language, such as Photoshop or Python. Check out this list of hobbies for busy physicians for more ideas.

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Take advantage of these five things to get a life outside of medicine (Summary):

1. Create a boundary between work and home life.

2. Ask for help. Outsource the things you don’t want to do. Talk to a mental health professional about stress, depression, or anxiety.

3. Schedule something fun and purely self-indulgent each week. Even if it takes five minutes — like getting an ice cream on the way home from work.

4. Join a “user group.” You’re into longboarding. Guess what? So are thousands of other people. Look for groups of like-minded people online and go hang out with them.

5. Learn a new skill. You’ll get the added benefit of maintaining neuroplasticity while interacting with new people.

Priority Health Academy (a 501(c)3 non-profit teaching academy)

Born out of necessity to rapidly and correctly educate Advanced Level Medical Providers such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants in the holistic paradigm of Integrative & Functional Medicine (RxMed). A more rapid and efficient immersion learning environment with small class numbers and individualized attention for immersion into basic and advanced aspects of delivering holistic medicine. Annual Symposium (usually 3-day) as well as mentorship and sub-internship programs are offered.

This system and academy requires applicants to interview and hold a spot for upcoming classes/internships. Symposiums are limited to 50 students; all must be graduated and licensed to practice medicine as mid-level providers (Advanced Healthcare Providers). It is also open to certified FxMed healthcoaches, nutritionists, NDs, LAc, and other licensed providers.

This academy participation qualifies candidates for inclusion in CHM’s preferred provider and heathcoach list. The Academy offers two week shadowing/sub-internship opportunities and assistance in setting up a DPC Micro-office self sufficient, sustainable & profitable medical practice in your hometown or desired location.

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