This is an excerpt from an article on Becker’s Spine featuring career advice from top spine surgeons.
From getting your practice off the ground to owning complications when they occur and learning from mistakes, six spine surgeons from private practices across the country shared the best advice they’ve received from another surgeon.
Question: What’s the best advice you received from another spine surgeon?
Patrick Roth, MD. New Jersey Brain and Spine (Oradell): The best advice I received was being advised to build my practice organically. It is possibly easier to build a practice by catering to those who manage spine care, such as workers’ compensation nurses or lawyers, but I believe it is much more sustainable to build a practice by pleasing your patients.
Read more from the original article on Becker’s Spine.