Cerebral Tax Advisors: An interview with Founder Alexis Gallati
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
4d ago
Many thanks to Alexis Gallati, EA, MBA, MS Tax, CTC, CTP, Founder and Lead Tax Strategist Of Cerebral Tax Advisors, a company that specializes in advising medical professionals on efficient tax strategies that comply with IRS Guidelines. Alexis is also the author of “Advanced Tax Planning for Medical Professionals.”   Alexis discussed strategies that physicians can take to optimize the tax code and limit their tax burden. These include putting aside money for retirement income, taking all allowed deductions, and even hiring their children so they can invest in their own IRAs!   I did ..read more
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Saving The Art of Medicine: A book by Allen Sussman, MD
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
2w ago
Many thanks to Allen Sussman, MD, a retired board-certified endocrinologist with 35 years of clinical practice and research experience. As he progressed through his career, Dr. Sussman’s interests expanded to include alternative medicine, meditation, and the importance of self-care for physicians. Dr. Sussman is the author of “Saving The Art of Medicine,” a particularly relevant book for this podcast!    Please watch our 25-minute discussion to hear more about the benefits and limitations of randomized clinical trials, the placebo phenomenon, and the importance of the patient-physic ..read more
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Wealth Management for Physicians: An interview with Bill Martin, CFA
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
1M ago
Thanks for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." My special guest today is Bill Martin, CFA, Chief Wealth Officer at Earned Wealth.   During this 30-minute program, we discuss the unique and sometimes challenging financial situation of physicians. For example, although doctors may be relatively high earners, because of lengthy postgraduate training programs that can last up to 7 years after medical school, doctors may not start earning high salaries until much later than their nonphysician peers. In addition, they are often saddled with enormous college and medical s ..read more
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Eating Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment, an interview with Ilona Phillips
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
1M ago
Thanks for joining us at "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." My special guest today is Ilona Phillips, a therapist and founder of Lotus Consulting in Ann Arbor, MI. Ms Phillips specializes in treating addiction disorders, anxiety, and eating disorders. She has a particular interest in treating young people with eating disorders.   During this 20-minute program, we discuss anorexia, bulimia, Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFIT), body dysmorphic disorders, and more. One of Ilona's treatment approaches is dialectical behavior therapy. She offers courses that teach pare ..read more
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How to be a compassionate and efficient medical doctor: an interview with Bradley Block, MD
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
2M ago
Many thanks to Bradley B. Block, MD, for speaking with me today on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Dr. Block is an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist in Garden City, New York.    Recently, Brad was kind enough to interview me on his podcast, “Physician’s Guide to Doctoring.” We talked about one of my favorite topics, locum tenens and my book, “The Locum Life: A Physician’s Guide to Locum Tenens.”   Today, Dr. Block shares his tips for avoiding burnout in private practice.    For example, Dr. Block greets patients and the people they bring with them, l ..read more
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"The Art of Medicine:" The First 99 Episodes and Future Goals
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
2M ago
Today is Episode #100! We're celebrating "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner."   Thanks to my audience who listen on their favorite podcast players or watch on YouTube!   Thanks also to all my 99 guests who have appeared on the program!   And, a special thank you to my sponsor, locumstory.com, for their continued support!   There's no special guest today, just me.    During this 10-minute episode, I discuss the origins of "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." Special shoutouts to early guests Cory Fawcett, MD, Nicole Paskett, and future guest Jeffr ..read more
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Poetry and Psychiatry: An Interview with Richard Berlin, MD
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
3M ago
  We spend a lot of time on this podcast discussing the business of medicine, which is terribly important. In the most recent episode (#98), for example, I discussed NALTO,  the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations with Tanika Williams and Olivia D'Angelo.   However, just as important is the art of medicine. That's why I'm delighted that Dr. Richard Berlin has joined the show today. Dr. Berlin is a published poet who just retired from clinical medicine.   Dr. Berlin has been passionate about poetry since childhood and is still in touch with his 10th-grade teac ..read more
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NALTO and Locum Tenens Legislation
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
3M ago
 Many thanks to Tanika Williams and Olivia D’Angelo for speaking with me today on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Both Tanika and Olivia work for Jackson and Coker, a major staffing agency for physicians and advanced care providers who work locum tenens. As many of you know, I’ve been doing locums off and on since 1982. I even wrote a book about it, “The Locum Life: A Physician’s Guide to Locum Tenens.” Tanika and Olivia volunteer at NALTO, the National Association of Locums Tenens Organizations. Tanika works on the NALTO legislative and conference committee. She just retur ..read more
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"MIB Agents": Making it Better for People with Osteosarcoma
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD
4M ago
Episode #97 October 29, 2023   Many thanks to Kara Scrubis and Kurt Weiss, MD, for appearing on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." Both of these extraordinary individuals share an unusual and inspirational medical story.   Please watch our 30-minute discussion to hear about their experiences with losing a limb to osteosarcoma and undergoing chemotherapy. Both of them now lead active, productive lives. Kara has graduated college, teaches dance, and continues to be active with MIB Agents on their Junior Advisory Board. She also works as their social media manager. Dr. Weiss ..read more
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Contract Diagnostics: An interview with Jon Appino
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
by Andrew Wilner, MD/Jon Appino
4M ago
Welcome to The Art of Medicine, the program that explores the arts, business, and clinical aspects of the practice of medicine. I’m your host, Dr. Andrew Wilner.    Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Jon Appino, Principal and Founder of Contract Diagnostics. Jon’s been running Contract Diagnostics for more than 10 years, helping physicians analyze and negotiate their contracts with respect to salary, benefits, and covenants.    Jon grew up in a medical family. In college, he was a biology and biochemistry major and pre-med. Ultimately, his entrepreneurial spirit le ..read more
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