Overcoming Fear, Embracing Challenge, and Learning New Things with Chuck Hulse COO at MedMan
Episode Summary :
This week on the MedMan Podcast, we continue our interview with Chuck Hulse. Chuck has a long career in practice management and is a great example of finding success in his career path In this interview, he talks about how he has stayed engaged and fulfilled. He shares his secret in keeping the fire lit and staying away from burnout.
Chuck also emphasized the value of being a lifelong learner. He talks about overcoming fear, embracing challenges, learning new things, and how all three helps in developing professionalism. He looks back and shares things he could have done better, how he has accepted his failures, learned from them, and moved on.
There are so many pearls in this conversation so please tune in to the full episode!
Today’s Guest: Chuck Hulse
Charles “Chuck” Hulse is the Chief Operating Officer at MedMan. Chuck has had an incredibly interesting career in the world of practice management. He’s the owner of The Transition Group and was the Director of Physician Practices at the Speare Memorial Hospital. He has also served as the Executive Director of Medical Affiliates of Cape Cod, the COO of Medical Management Inc, and more.
Chuck consults for the likes of Price Waterhouse Coopers, has led private hospital and system-based medical groups through ups and downs of everyday practice, strategy, and operations, and has challenged physicians, administrators, and other health care professionals to find joy in the practice of medicine
Lean into a little bit of fear and learn something, then build on that learning and build your confidence. Recognize that you can overcome fear.
Reflect on your failures. We have to be able to go back, sit down, look back at a situation and find a couple of golden nuggets from some of our failures and some of our successes and really think about what we would do differently in the future, not in a not in a negative way, but from a place of curiosity and a desire to learn and be better.
It takes time to look at the right lens to acknowledge that we can do things differently.
We need to continue to grow and develop.
We need to experience just a little bit of discomfort in order to really continue to learn and grow as a professional.