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Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This is a podcast that answers the question, "what should we have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb's cycle?" This is a practical guide for practicing physicians and other healthcare practitioners looking to improve in any and all aspects of our lives and practices. Physician and non-physician experts are interviewed on a wide range of topics to help us with personal and professional development.
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Mar 6, 2023

How to create synergy with other medical practices across the country? Dr. Block welcomes Keith Matheny, MD, a fellow Otolaryngologist and a serial medical entrepreneur, to discuss how he founded his companies and his strategy to improve practice quality of life, without sacrificing the bottom line.

Dr. Keith Matheny is a Vanderbilt-trained Otolaryngologist in North Dallas, emphasizing Rhinology & Sleep in adults and children. He has a passion for the business aspects of Otolaryngology, as well as new technology, pharmacotherapy & procedures in ENT. Dr. Matheny holds numerous patents & patents-pending on bioabsorbable, local drug-delivery implants for use in sinus and ear surgery, founding two device companies around these technologies, Septum Solutions & Otologic Solutions. He is also the Founder/Chairman/CEO of US ENT Partners, an ENT-focused Group Purchasing Organization bringing 17-20% discounts on the high cost supplies that ENT physicians use in their office daily, as well as the Founder/Chairman/CEO of Sleep Vigil, a company pioneering the concept of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) for sleep apnea.

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