Bring in Dr. Thomas Harbin for your next medical conference.
His riveting stories will hold your audience spellbound. Ethical Lessons From Waking Up Blind
You will cringe when you hear the story Dr. Tom Harbin relates. The story itself is compelling, riveting and a real page-turner. But the real crux of this talk is the lessons that the story teaches about ethics in the medical profession. Dr. Harbin exposes the kind of drama, coercion and greed that is usually reserved for TV or politics.
Ensuring Ethics in Your Organization
A review of government records and medical databases finds that tens of thousands of times each year, patients are wheeled into the nation’s operating rooms for surgery that isn’t necessary. In today’s times ethics is more important than ever. Malpractice lawsuits can ruin a career in a flash. Now that anyone can post anything on-line, the word spreads fast. Learn how to protect yourself by understanding the importance of ethics in your practice.
The Business Side of Medicine
What medical schools don’t teach you can be the downfall of your practice. This presentation is the very advice needed to build or maintain a thriving practice. When you enter the real world, do you know how to build a practice, market your business, do a cost analysis, join a solo practice or group practice? Don’t let the daily running of your business (yes, medicine is a business, too) get in the way of healing.
The Most Vital 2 Minutes of the Patient Encounter
What are the 2 minutes with a patient that can make or break your career? Dr. Tom Harbin will tell you what you need to do in those two minutes that will lead to more referrals, less lawsuits and more loyal patients. He will discuss your appearance, body language, rapport, and what words you must use in those two minutes.