Four critical flaws of physician-advisor relationships
Editor's note: This is the first in a two-part series about physician-advisor relationships. This month, we cover four common flaws in physician-advisor relationships. In September, we will discuss how to remedy these problems so you can move toward your goal of minimizing your exposures to lawsuits and taxes. Most physicians do not get the maximum value from their professional advisors. The main reason for this is that although the typical specialty physician receives nearly 25,000 hours of training in his or her profession, he or she receives zero hours of training in financial issues related to the business of being a doctor.
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