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The Entrepreneur: Andrea Paul, MD

Dr. Andrea Paul is a physician-turned-entrepreneur who has started, grown and sold health care companies, including a digital health company that grew from zero to #251 on the Inc. 500 list in just 4 years. A seasoned executive in the health care, publishing, and education spaces, she knows exactly how to execute a marketing plan. Besides her undergraduate science degree and her medical doctor degree, Dr. Paul also holds certificates in entrepreneurship and Search Engine Optimization Marketing. Her careful selection of a world-class marketing team including graphic designers, email marketing experts, social media experts, search engine advertising experts, SEO experts, PR professionals, and digital marketing gurus are what make Health Marketing Experts the place that health care professionals and businesses come to for the very best.

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The Recovering Doctor: Robert Lamberts, MD

Dr. Rob Lamberts is a primary care physician in Augusta GA, where he has practiced since 1994. He practiced “traditional” fee-for-service medicine until 2012, when he left his old practice and started, Dr. Rob Lamberts, LLC, a direct primary care practice. Since that time he has grown the practice to over 800 patients and has recently allied with three other providers locally to build a network of direct primary care (Welcome Health Network) to market services to local businesses.

Dr. Rob has always been interested in practice innovations, first focusing on the use of computer technology to improve care. This resulted in his practice receiving the Davies Award for Primary Care from the Health Information Systems Society (HIMSS) in 2003. The culmination of his interest in practice innovation came in 2013, when he opened his current practice using the direct primary care model. This model freed him from the constraints of the insurance payment system and allowed innovation with a high focus on care quality.

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The Activist: Marion Mass, MD

Dr. Marion Mass is a pediatrician who has practiced in suburban Philadelphia for 21 years. She is a founding member and Co-Chair of Practicing Physicians of America, an organization dedicated to protecting the physician’s ability to serve their patients and to confront unnecessary and overbearing regulations that limit their ability to advocate for those patients. Dr. Mass is also a writer with works being published in The Wall Street Journal The Hill and The Washington Times in addition to advising policy shapers at the state and national level. She serves on the editorial board of her county newspaper, on the board of The Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership, and as a delegate to the Pennsylvania Medical society.  She guest blogs on various sites regarding teaching organic gardening to children. 

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The Publisher: Karen Janson, MS, MD

Dr. Karen Janson is the Owner/Publisher of Medical Professionals Magazine, a high-end monthly peer-to-peer publication for community physicians, hospital executives, and other healthcare leaders. Her publication allows providers to share their professional and personal stories to promote learning, collaboration, and referral relationships within the Jacksonville, Florida, and Beaches market. As a practicing physician, she understands the importance of knowing the person behind the medical degree in establishing trust and building long-lasting relationships.

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The Mentor: Dr. Duncan McRae, Jr.

Dr. Duncan McRae began his education in medicine and surgery as a teenager at the side of his father, a surgeon in McRae, Georgia.  After completing his education at Vanderbilt University and University of Virginia, he began a successful career as a general surgeon In Montgomery, Alabama.  Although teaching was not part of his original plan, he now finds himself as Associate Professor of Medicine for the University of Alabama School of Medicine, Montgomery Regional Campus.  We’ll talk about that evolution from practitioner to mentor in this episode of Rx for Success.

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