From her post:
On November 1 – 2, over 60 physicians from across the country, including three Benjamin Rush Institute medical students, attended the 2-day Physicians Summit 2013 in Dallas, TX. The purpose of the Summit was to give information — factual and inspirational — to physicians seeking a better way to practice medicine other than under the thumb of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”).
Throughout the event, attendees were presented with first hand accounts how doctors from Oregon to Florida are making a better life for themselves and their patients by not succumbing to Obamacare. They presented variations on the Direct Pay, or “Concierge” medical model, with many survival tips and techniques.
Other speakers provided advice about online reputation protection, marketing, innovation, entrepreneurial- and business-oriented thinking, and investment advice. Sponsors included offshore asset and precious metal investment account managers, health and wellness products, practice transition services, and non-profit doctor organizations who work together for positive healthcare policy...
She also reports that, "Plans are already underway for The Physicians Summit 2014, with more speakers, more sponsors and supporters."
You can get more information about this and other events at the BRI Blog.