What is risk, and how do we manage it? These are age-old questions when it comes to both investing and life. This is particularly the case today when we have a new and unpredictable war to contend with in Eastern Europe, lingering pandemic concerns, cybersecurity threats, and 40-year highs in inflation.
Whether you are just starting out in ophthalmology or own your own practice, it is never too early (or late) to consider your risk management plan. Many risk factors can come into play for ophthalmologists that go beyond malpractice. This article offers some suggestions and strategies to consider throughout your career.
Karen and John have done well in both their professions and their portfolios over the last 25 years. They have two children, and all four members of the family are animal lovers. Both John and Karen have become actively involved with their local SPCA.
The average anesthesiologist earns a wage of $271,440, nearly five times the national average annual salary of all other professions. The longer you practice in this field, the more important it becomes to have a plan to protect your nest egg.
John is excited about the longer-term prospects of being his own boss but knows there are nearer-term benefits and conveniences he would leave behind as a hospital employee. There is a lot to consider and he’s feeling overwhelmed by this big decision.
There could be significant implications to John’s ability to conduct his job if he were to suffer from a permanent or even temporary bodily injury, or experience future difficulties with his mental facilities.
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