A clinical entrepreneur is a person who applies entrepreneurial skills to create and manage clinical ventures, such as setting up companies to provide clinical services or discovering new uses for drug discoveries. Clinical entrepreneurs may also be called clinical scientists, mainly if a university or other institution employs them. You don’t have to have your own business to be a clinical entrepreneur. You can work for someone else but still have the same skills and mindset as someone with their own business. Entrepreneurship is about taking an idea and seeing it through, even if you don’t own that idea.
Despite the challenges, becoming a doctor is no easier or harder than any other profession. But for anyone choosing an entrepreneurial path in life – it’s going to be tough. Let’s explore some tips before starting your journey as an entrepreneur.
Dr. Behrooz Behbod – The Entrepreneur’s Doctor, for instance, is a Harvard and Oxford trained public health and preventive medicine physician turned entrepreneur with more than 25 years of international experience in health, business, and education. Dr. Behrooz Behbod founded “The Entrepreneur’s Doctor,” after experiencing burnout. He dedicates his time to help other healthcare professionals turn their health expertise or lived experience into a thriving online business, so they can scale their impact and have the freedom to do what they love while working less. You can listen to his journey on