Identity Theft – How New Doctors Can Protect Themselves

Free RookieDoc Report on Identity Theft for Doctors

I posted a blog post a couple of weeks ago, just after the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) issued a press release warning about scam certification boards. In that post, I mentioned that I was working on an identity theft report for Rookie Docs – medical students, interns, residents, fellows, and new attendings.

Well, the report is done… all 40-some pages of it. And you can get it free. “Free” meaning no money, but not entirely free. It will “cost” you three short questions.

Now, I can sit back and write random post after random post, not having a clue if you find them interesting and helpful… OR, I can ask you what you want me to write about. So, that’s what I’m doing. That’s the catch…

You anonymously answer three short questions about your financial fears and concerns, and I give you a free 40-page ebook on protecting yourself and your patients from identity theft. Sound fair? Here’s what I want you to do:

  1. Click on the ==> 3-question anonymous survey link <==
  2. Answer each question honestly
  3. Click “Done” after answering the third question
  4. You will be redirected to the download page
  5. Download and read (or skim) the report, or not…

Keep in mind, I am not a lawyer (thank God), I am not a financial planner, I do not know your particular circumstances, and my advice does not substitute for a qualified professional in these areas. You can take my tips or leave them. In general, it is solid advice, but it may or may not apply to you.

And, as always, I want your feedback. (And a quick thanks for all of you who gave such good reviews of the CXR Mistakes report in the Members Area… keep it coming)