Introducing “The Hospital”
I am really excited to offer this new feature on my blog that I hope will provide a lot of benefit for my viewers.
Pioneered by greats like Jim Dahle of White Coat Investor and Wealthy Doc (the OG (“Original Gangsters”) of physician personal finance blogs), there has been such a wonderful renaissance in the physician financial world.
Many physicians have started their own blogs and shared their own unique views about the financial awakening achieved from this revolution (yours truly included).
A rising tide raises all boats, and I truly feel that this is indeed the case.
As more voices unite, the song of financial independence among physicians is one that I hope becomes deafening and loud enough to shatter the walls of debt that many have built around us.-Xrayvsn Click To Tweet
The one thing I have found is that with so many physician blogs to choose from, it is difficult to visit each and every site to see if there is new content available (a sort of analysis paralysis effect)
Even with subscriptions to multiple blogs, I still found myself checking daily on certain websites to see if there was indeed something new to read.
Sometimes I was lucky.
Other times I was not.
Much like it is easier to visit all your physicians for your medical care under one roof, I thought the same principle could and should be applied to physician blogs.
Rather than driving across the “virtual town” from one blog to another, why not create a virtual medical library containing the very latest post from each physician blogger and update it chronologically as new material is added (newest on top).
Thus the first building blocks in my head were formed and were subsequently used to construct, The Hospital.
Make visiting The Hospital part of your daily routine by bookmarking it and you will be guaranteed to have new content to read from at least one of the 50+ physician blogs out there.
A link to “The Hospital” can always be found in the title bar above.
The best part of all is that this hospital accepts all comers, insured or not.
And remember, as typical in every hospital, the radiology department is located on the ground floor, so come visit me in my dark sanctuary (and unlike Motel 6, I won’t leave the light on).
[If this is your first visit to “The Hospital” page, I suggest you go down the entire list of 50+ excerpts chronicling the latest available material from the physician blogosphere to catch you up to speed.
After that initial visit, you then only have to peruse the newest entries located at the top that have populated the list since your last visit.]