Ophthalmology resident and young ophthalmologists transition to becoming an attending: blog posts

In the spirit of the AAO meeting in Chicago this weekend, here are links to some of our previously published posts about how to evaluate job opportunities, the transition from training to becoming an attending, and how to decide to go solo. Enjoy!

How to evaluate an ophthalmology job associate position

Why a $300,000 junior associate salary may not be as good as it seems

Taking call as a solo doctor, and getting help for challenging cases

Gloomy surgeon

Bonus structure on physician associate employment contracts

Income division and potential problems in a group practice

What to do with your first $50,000

Malpractice insurance

Three months until residency ends, and I have no job

Is solo practice still possible?

Zero sum game

They tried to discourage me from starting a solo practice

Video tour of Ho Sun’s office

Ways to go solo (while holding other jobs)

Steps to start a solo practice

Practice valuations

Should I buy a practice or start one from scratch?

Do I need a MBA or business experience for my solo medical practice to succeed?

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