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TIRED OF CHARTING AFTER CLINIC? YOU'RE NOT ALONE

 

Are you a woman physician who is tired of charting after work? 

 

Do you wish you could finish your inbox and notes within the clinical workday so you could actually have time to relax in the evenings and weekends? 

 

Are you frustrated about the hours you’re working after clinic that you’re not getting paid for?

 

Do you wish you could run on time in clinic?

Do you find yourself feeling annoyed at your patients and wish it didn't have to be this way?

Would you like to enjoy clinic instead of feeling rushed and stressed?

 

You’re not alone. 

 

Physicians were never taught in training how to manage their time.  Our training teaches us to keep our nose to the ground and work all day and night, sometimes up to 30+ hours.  It’s constant busyness.  You just keep working until all the work gets done or you meet the work hour requirements.  However, being an attending in an outpatient clinic is completely different.  There are scheduled hours and then, there’s the work that needs to be completed.  We get thrown in as attendings without ever having been taught how to fit that work into those hours.  Then, we feel bad when we can’t do it.  We feel alone and ashamed and wonder why we can’t finish our work efficiently.  It’s because we were never taught the skills.  That’s all it is.  Skills.

 

Think about it.  Did anyone ever sit down with you and say this is how you see patients, finish notes, AND clear your inbox within your day?  Were you ever trained how to be efficient while still giving quality of care and getting high patient satisfaction?  Did anyone actually teach you these steps?

 

I know I didn’t get that my training.  My training consisted of doing everything that needs to get done no matter how many hours that takes.  As a resident, I was taught “forget you are human”.  Forget you have bodily functions, hunger, thirst.  Forget you have feelings.  Forget you need sleep.  And yet, we wonder why so many doctors feel bad! 

 

It’s okay.  I’ve been there.  Trust me, as a primary care physician, I’ve definitely been there.  I’ve also helped many other women physicians in all different specialties who have been there.

 

Here’s the good news.  It’s just a skillset to manage your time and get your work done within the clinical day.  Who better to learn new skills than physicians?  Physicians are the best at learning new skills so the odds are already in your favor that you will be able to do this. 

 

I will be your guide.  The key is not being more efficient with your EMR.  The key is something we're not taught so I had to learn it on my own.  I have a new way to manage your time with patients so that you can find more time and have more connection. 

 

It’s possible to finish your notes within the workday.

It’s possible to get through your inbox quickly and efficiently.

It’s even possible to enjoy your clinical day without the stress and overwhelm.

 

Take the first step to a whole new life.  One where you have more time and freedom.  One where you enjoy your workday and get your charting done.  A career you aren't constantly thinking of leaving or retiring early from.

EARN UP TO 10 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS WITH MY PROGRAM!!!

"I have to tell you, it was a full day of patients and I'm leaving clinic [at 5:15pm] with my charts closed and my inbox clean.  You are a miracle worker" -NH (Family Medicine)

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It's time to get your freedom and time back

Think of all the unpaid hours you are spending charting.  The women physicians I've coached spend an average of 6-8 hours per week charting outside of work.  That could add up to $50,000/year of work that's unpaid.  Over the life of your career, that could be > $1 Million!  Wouldn't you love to get this back?  

 

You have the ability to re-design your days, months, years to give you back your freedom and work-life balance.  

You can finish work at work so you get back nights and weekends off.

You can do this with confidence and without sacrificing quality of care or patient satisfaction.

You can actually get time to enjoy loving relationships with your partner, children, and yourself. 

I've been where you are and I'm here to help you.

Imagine not charting when you're off.

 

Imagine no longer feeling so stressed at work.

 

Imagine having more time for yourself and for your family.

Imagine loving what you do and feeling a sense of purpose.

 

It’s all possible.

I have the framework to help you get there and it's something you were never taught in training.

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Make this small investment of a few hours to give yourself back hundreds of hours spent charting after work over the course of your career.

"Thank you so much...I learned so much from listening to other people.  It helps me to understand that I am not alone.  Your coaching has really made an impact on my ability to get notes closed." -AB (Internal Medicine-Pediatrics)

1 on 1 Charting/Clinical Time Management Program

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CLINICAL TIME MANAGEMENT COACHING PROGRAM

-Finish your charting within the workday saving between 5-8 hrs/wk on average

-Clear your inbox daily

-Reduce the stress and overwhelm of work

-Overcome imposter syndrome and people pleasing

-Get your free time back and stop working for free

-Earn up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

NOW, ARE YOU GOING TO CHOOSE TO CONTINUE DOING THE SAME THING EVEN THOUGH IT'S NOT WORKING FOR YOU, OR

ARE YOU GOING TO DECIDE TO DO SOMETHING THAT WILL GIVE YOU YOUR TIME AND FREEDOM BACK?

1:1 coaching program-
Personalized and catered to your specific needs

Confidential

Flexibility in scheduling sessions

You get:

Learn how to finish your charting within the workday saving between 5-8 hrs/wk on average

-Learn how to clear your inbox daily

-Reduce the stress and overwhelm of work

-Overcome imposter syndrome and people pleasing

-Get your free time back and stop working for free

-Earn up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

-Short self paced charting modules teaching you all the tools needed to finish charting within the work day and feel good about it
-(10) 60 min one on one coaching sessions
-Coaching availability via email/messaging in between sessions

-cost $3,000 (check with your tax advisor on claiming tax deduction for CME)

-Book a consult to see if this is the right fit for you and get started creating a more sustainable practice

After investing a little more than an hour for a few weeks, you will get back so much more of your time for years to come.  You can finally stop working for free when you should be off.

If you could take 1 simple step toward getting your time back and feeling less stress, why not just give it a try?

 

 

 

"I didn’t think it was possible to get all my charting done and my inbox clean by the end of the day, but Mary made it possible!  I no longer dread going to work and am so much happier.  Thanks Mary!”- S.S. (Pediatrician)


 

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"After Mary Tran's program, I noticed a huge difference in how I showed up to work.  I gained confidence in my knowledge and found a new way to approach adversity.  I am able to address thoughts of self-doubt in a productive manner at work and I feel more fulfilled as a physician.  I am so grateful for life coaching and the tools it has given me to overcome my, at times, crippling imposter syndrome." -LC (Emergency Medicine)

Charting Self Study Course

Looking for tools you could do on your own?  Then, the self study course is perfect to get you started.  8 short modules you can do on your own to learn the strategies for charting efficiency. 

Only $249

Module Topics Include:

Time Efficiency

Common Myths That Hinder Chart Completion

Minimizing Interruptions

Inbasket Strategies

Perfectionism

People Pleasing

Imposter Syndrome

And More!

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