Dr. Lev Grinman is board certified in neurology and sleep medicine and works clinically as a neurophysiologist. Daniel Cousin is a board-certified radiologist, fellowship-trained, and certified in PET-CT and nuclear imaging. They co-founded Doctors for Providers, a company that matches collaborating physicians with nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The business is growing and looking for more physicians who are interested in earning extra income by providing this low-intensity, low-risk form of medical consultation.
The company also places remote medical directors in a variety of other roles beyond collaboration with midlevel providers.
You can learn more about Doctors for Providers at doctorsforproviders.com.
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