Jumpstart your expert career through medical board case review.
Dr. Green, a radiologist and expert witness retained in nearly 200 medical malpractice cases as an expert witness, has taught hundreds of physicians how to launch and build expert witness businesses.
You became a doctor to help others, but not to give at your own expense.
Medicine is still a great profession, where our daily work literally saves lives. But physicians are working harder than ever, often for lower pay, with increased educational debt and more administrative time burdens than ever.
You want to earn side gig income, but not build another business.
Let’s face it. If you just wanted to binge-watch a new TV series, you could do that for free. But if you have specific financial goals and want to make extra money without moonlighting nights/evenings/weekends, you’re looking for options to earn more while still valuing your free time.
You want to gain experience reviewing medicolegal cases but aren’t ready to jump into the deep end of the legal pool yet.
It took 4 years to complete medical school, then 3-7 more years of training to do your job. You’re legendary at learning, but you take things one step at a time. You’re also used to having a mentor who can show you the ropes and has walked a mile in your shoes. You like to experiment with new options but want to “try-before-you-buy.”
You want to launch an expert witness practice but don’t know how to get your first case.
Waiting for a lawyer to call out of the blue can be a frustrating experience when you’re ready to put your skills to work now! You want to build a network without burning out on marketing.
You’re a legal eagle expert, but you want to elevate your skills with more diverse work.
Even after years of being an expert, is most of your work still for plaintiff attorneys…because that’s who calls you? Do you wish more defense attorneys would call since it helps you develop sharper expert skills when you can see cases from different angles? What if there was yet another option to review cases and really train your brain?
What’s getting between you and your expert witness side gig?
Is the idea of writing an invoice equivalent to writing a grocery list in Latin? (and legalese seems totally Greek to you, too?)
Do you know how much to charge for an expert review? (You don’t need a lawyer to negotiate this contract, too, right?)
Don’t you already work 24/7? (Where would you find the time for more work, much less exercise or read?)
Do you need one more thing to maybe get sued for? (This is covered under your malpractice insurance policy, or is that somewhere in the fine print?)
Being a physician is the problem. But not because you don’t know enough.
Physicians are trained to believe our work IS service. That being paid to do our jobs should be treated as a privilege, not a right.
And in an economy where about 2/3 of physicians are now employees, many physicians believe there is no choice except to work harder and trade time for money to meet rising financial challenges.
Our work is incredibly valuable. But physician burnout is real, and the true cost is an accelerating loss of physicians from the workforce which ultimately hurts everyone.
Unless we understand the true value of our time, that being paid for our skills, training, and expertise IS an important measure of our worth, doing more for less just won’t feel worth it.JOIN MEDICAL CASE REVIEW MINICOURSE
Instead, working a little more in the short term can actually be a big investment in your future.
Your first medical board case review opens the door to a world of opportunity. You can learn new critical thinking skills, using knowledge you already have as a physician.
By supporting your expert opinions with literature, consensus guidelines, and other resources, you immediately put that information to work in your own clinical practice.
Your hospital and/or practice can see you as an intellectual asset – someone they can come to as a resource.
And best of all, patients benefit from physicians who give better care by being informed. Even when it’s not easy to think about how things can go wrong in a job to which we have given our heart and soul.
By gaining an insider’s perspective, you can even help prevent potential medicolegal risk by learning from others’ mistakes. If you were ever sued, you can be a powerful advocate for yourself through your knowledge of the legal system.
You are the superhero everyone wants on their side!
But first, you will need to embrace expert witness work as a guilt-free way to get paid for your time, while giving back to the medical community and wider world around us.
You don’t have to have a lawyer database or a marketing strategy to get started reviewing medical board cases. (That’s where the one phone call part comes in…I’ll bet you know how to reach your state medical board already, but this course will teach you exactly what to do and say when you’re ready to make that call and get started!)
Here’s what Gretchen’s students have to say:
"Thank you, Gretchen, for this phenomenal education. I am confident and have an established game plan to move forward.”
- Matt, neuroradiologist in Gretchen’s Expert Witness Startup School course
"This course is an organized and systematic guide to starting and expanding into expert witness work. Gretchen does a terrific job providing the context and resources to help those at every experience level. Highly recommended."
- Student in Gretchen’s course, Expert Witness Startup School
MEDICAL CASE REVIEW MINICOURSE
This minicourse delivers maximum guidance for physicians ready to complete their first medical board case review.
Dr. Green has taught hundreds of physicians how to launch and build successful expert witness businesses, some of which have made >$100,000 in their first year of business.
Her proven, practical, time-efficient techniques will teach you how to successfully perform a medical board case review, whether it’s the first case that launches your expert career, or one that further enhances your skills.
Even students of Expert Witness Startup School who want to land their first (or next) medical board review case will benefit from this course, with new material not taught elsewhere.
MEDICAL CASE REVIEW MINICOURSE
is the ONLY program of its kind that…
📂 Shows you step-by-step how to get started on case review as a side gig within hours (not days, weeks, or years).
📂 Puts YOU in the driver’s seat of your expert witness journey, enabling you to decide just how quickly you want to pursue cases.
📂 Gives you the tools to get that first case you’ve worked for, and jump-start your expert witness career.
📂 Accelerates your already successful expert witness business, enhancing your diverse skills by reviewing cases from a variety of medicolegal settings and perspectives.
So if you’re ready to finally launch an expert witness practice reviewing medical board cases while maximizing the value of your time...
...here's how we'll help you get here:
The Medical Case Review Minicourse Curriculum
What is a medical board case review?
If you’ve never been involved in a medical board case review before, don’t worry! You have all the medical skills and knowledge you need. I’ll teach you the practical details so you’ll understand the process and your role.
I’ll also share my personal story of how I got involved in expert witness work, how I created a digital course business to teach hundreds of other physicians to create their own success stories, and how hard work and perseverance have literally led me to the top of the world.
- Why medical boards need cases reviewed
- What is required in a medical board case review
- How physicians apply the standard of care to case review
- Frequently asked questions: overcoming objections
Who can serve as an expert?
Physicians often ask me if they are qualified to serve as an expert witness. This module will help you not only understand your qualifications but also to identify the strengths you bring to case review (and your own clinical practice!)
- Who can serve as a medical board case reviewer?
- How much experience is typically required?
- Personal and professional reputation issues
- What is a conflict of interest?
How do you review a medical board case?
These 3 R’s of medical board case review are even easier to remember than the old “Reading/Writing/’Rithmetic” rhyme – and there’s probably no math involved in an expert review!
- How to review a medical board case
- How to research a medical board case
- How to write a medical board case report
What happens after a medical board case is reviewed?
This module teaches you how to think about case review like an experienced expert with an eye toward unbiased, objective review that educates others and highlights your skills as a physician.
- What are the possible case outcomes?
- What options does the medical board have?
- How is a “negative” or “positive” review used?
Why would you want to review a medical board case?
This module highlights how to develop a successful expert mindset through powerful lessons that might inspire you to follow in other physicians’ footsteps who have created fulfilling and rewarding expert witness businesses. Once you learn the exact details of billing and how to get paid for your time, you will have the opportunity to see the potential for future growth beyond what you may have imagined possible.
- Who benefits from medical board case review?
- How can medical board case review improve your practice?
- What are the financial benefits of case review?
- How is case review similar to being a legal expert witness?
- How is case review different from being a legal expert witness?
- How can you launch and build an expert witness business?
Whether this is your first or 40th case,
Medical Case Review Minicourse will teach you exactly what you need to get started reviewing cases to generate more income AND give back to the medical community.
Here’s what other students had to say about learning how to launch and build an expert witness business and how it transformed their lives:
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the course format?
Your sales page says I can get my first case with one phone call. Why would I take this course if that’s all it takes? And whom would I call, anyway?
How can I review a case when I know nothing about medical malpractice or medical board operations?
Why would I testify against another doctor?
I don’t know anything about billing or writing an invoice for report review, much less have a separate LLC set up. Can I still do this work?
I don’t have time for more work. I already feel like I work 24/7 in my “day job.”
Is this course just for physicians?
Is CME offered?
If I already took Expert Witness Startup School, do I need to take this course, too?
Are refunds offered?*
Whom can I contact with questions?
Email [email protected] and we’re happy to help!
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Gretchen Green MD MMS is a radiologist turned expert-educator-explorer who has taught hundreds of physicians and other clinicians how to launch 5- and 6-figure expert witness businesses. She also teaches radiologists to reduce their mammography malpractice risk and improve clarity and confidence, using lessons she has learned serving as an expert in over 100 breast medical malpractice cases.
She serves as Chair of the Space Camp Alumni Board and held her first teaching position as a Crew Trainer at Space Camp in Huntsville, AL, while attending college at Brown University. At Space Camp, she taught high school students to launch, fly, and land the space shuttle and is a strong supporter of both STEM and history education. Dr. Green loves taking inspiration from space travel and translating it into lessons that help her students achieve new heights of success.
In the summer of 2022, Dr. Green reached the North Pole on a Polar Class II icebreaker and teaches her students about the personal lessons she has learned throughout her personal and professional life that continue to keep her shooting for the stars.
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