Hi, I'm Dr. Jason Emerson


I am a board certified orthopedic surgeon who did a fellowship in Miami, FL. I practiced as a hospital employee for 9 years and then went off to practice on my own. In this video I want to share with you the benefits of being a hospital employee right out of residency and how you can make the most out of your time before going off on your own. It is important to have a plan whether you stay as a hospital employee or go off on your own. In my two videos (this one and transitioning out of hospital employment) I help you come up with your plan of action.

So…what do I get with my membership?




If you’re like most newly practicing physicians or residents, you’re excited to move forward in your medical career—but you’re also feeling overwhelmed. It’s not that you’re worried about taking good care of patients; you’ve spent more than a decade learning how to do that. It’s the business-y parts that keep you up at night: decisions about private practice, referrals, billing, and lots more.



Not knowing what’s next or how to get there is nerve-racking. Business Savvy Physician can help.



1) Unlimited access to all courses and content.
2) Interact with other physicians under each section of each video.
3) Learn on your own time at your own pace.
4) 30 Day money back guarantee.



Example Curriculum

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Testimonial


"Our medical curriculum does an excellent job preparing us for evaluating symptoms, diagnosing pathology, and treating patients. Unfortunately, it does a very poor job preparing us for the business of healthcare. Young physicians are left to simply learn this part of the practice of medicine on their own with few resources available. I only wish Business Savvy Physician was around before I entered practice."


Dr. Savage - PM&R

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“Business savvy physician is an outstanding resource that fills a glaring hole in medical education. Training programs offer zero insight on the business side of starting a practice. Young physicians are left to the perils of trial and error. I wish this information was available 20 years ago!"


Dr. Uhland - Orthopedic Surgeon