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Long time listeners to this podcast know I am on the hunt for a better business model for CPAs, than the traditional time-for-money-for-reports model.
In many cases, that model doesn’t work well for the client, and for CPAs who are working long hours, that model doesn’t work great for them either.
CPAs may want to do things differently, but lack role models and examples they can point to to convince them they have other available options.
Here today to talk with me about his journey switching from the traditional model to a more limited size practice in medicine is Dr. Lewis Weiner.
Dr. Weiner is an internal medicine physician in his own private practice in Providence, RI. He offers the MDVIP program - a different approach to primary care with a focus on prevention and a better healthcare experience.
— “The breaking point comes when you feel like you're forsaking the patients you're caring for.”
— “The fear of the status quo, the risk and the knowns of doing nothing were scarier than the potential for change.”
— “What was scary about transitioning away was that people may not, or will not understand this thing. Why is this physician that we all know and has been a part of this community for so long, breaking away from the mainstream?”
— “What helped to get past the angst was that there was so much belief in this being a valid, appropriate and positive option that's being offered to people.”
Connect with Dr. Weiner:
MDVIP Website: https://www.mdvip.com/