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Interviews

The Biggest Financial Mistakes Surgeons Can Make and How to Correct Them

Patrick V. Bailey, MD, MLS, FACS, Medical Director, Advocacy, ACS Division of Advocacy and Health Policy, Washington, DC, interviews Mark Aeder, MD, FACS, associate professor, transplant and hepatobiliary surgery, University Hospitals, Cleveland Medical Center, Ohio, about the biggest financial mistakes that surgeons can make. Topics include the importance of dedicated savings; managing debt, both “good” and “bad”; setting a financial plan; having appropriate insurance to cover various stages of life and more.



Financial Planning for Surgeons Part 1

Patrick V. Bailey, MD, MLS, FACS, ACS Medical Director for Advocacy, interviews Mark Aeder, MD, FACS, associate professor of transplant and hepatobiliary surgery at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, about financial planning for surgeons.



Financial Planning for Surgeons Part 2

Patrick V. Bailey, MD, MLS, FACS, Medical Director, Advocacy, ACS DAHP, interviews Mark Aeder, MD, FACS, associate professor, transplant and hepatobiliary surgery, University Hospitals, Cleveland Medical Center, about financial planning for surgeons. In this second conversation in the series, Dr. Aeder goes into more detail about how to choose a financial advisor who is right for you.



Private Practitioner to Employed Surgeon

Patrick V. Bailey, MD, MLS, FACS, Medical Director, Advocacy, ACS DAHP, interviews Mark Savarise, MD, MBA, FACS, associate professor, department of surgery, University of Utah Health, Salt Lake City, who discusses his decision to go into private surgery practice, and then the converse decision of when he thought it best to leave private practice and work as an employed surgeon.