Pathology Residents:

Are you Prepared to Tackle the Business Side of Your Profession?

Business InterviewIf you are a pathology resident, you are on the verge of completing your extensive training and are beginning your search for a full time position. As a trained medical professional, you understand your discipline without question, but are you prepared to tackle the business side of your profession?

Find out how to get the best compensation package, employee benefits, bonuses and relocation terms from potential employers.

Items to Consider:

  • Pathology Employment Agreements
  • Buy-in / Buy-out options
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Type of Practices: independent labs, hospital based practices, etc.

Let Vachette Help You

Here is your chance to learn what it takes to negotiate a fair and reasonable employment contract. As the President and CEO of Vachette Pathology, I’d like offer my advice to you free of charge to help you start your new career off on the right foot.

I’ve worked in the medical field for over 29 years from hospital administration to pathology billing and practice management. My last 15 years have been devoted exclusively to managing pathology and laboratory practices. I’ve consulted with over 200 different practices in 48 states.

One-on-One  Consulting

I’d gladly speak one-on-one with you.  Please call 517-486-4262 to schedule some time to talk.  You may also email me, or stop by Vachette’s Facebook page.  Also feel free to see me at any CAP and ASCP conferences.  I’ll do my best to help.

Mick Raich

Phone: 517-486-4262