How to Become a Successful Physician Inventor

How to Become a Successful Physician Inventor
How to Become a Successful Physician Inventor: Bringing Your Ideas to Market

5 DVDs, 8.75 hours of instruction and 150 page written manual

Physician inventors have improved the lives of patients, saved lives, and been handsomely rewarded for their efforts. Viewers will be taught how to supplement their clinical income by bringing one or more of their physician invention ideas to market. These hands-on intensive DVDs will show physicians how to critically evaluate their invention ideas and take the steps necessary to bring one or more of them to market. Emphasis will be placed on the practical needs of the new physician inventor and getting them up to speed on what they need to know to proceed with their inventions. At the conclusion of the DVD course each viewer will have a detailed protocol and plan to bring their idea to market.

SEAK, Inc. is the national leader in assisting physicians develop supplemental income. One of the ways physicians can utilize their clinical training and experience, problem solving abilities, and earn substantial additional income is to become a successful physician inventor.

The advantages of becoming a physician inventor are many, including:
- Earning substantial additional income without giving up your clinical practice or relocating your family.
- Low risk and manageable costs.
- Work on your own schedule.
- Being able to use your problem solving ability.
- Assisting thousands or potentially millions of patients with their medical problems, diseases, or conditions.

After watching these DVDs you will be able to:
• List the steps required to turn your idea into an invention and bring it to market
• Develop a protocol for looking at problems you encounter at work and turning them into potential inventions
• Explain the 10 step process for determining if your idea is a good one for an invention
• Describe the new patent law and how you can use it to protect your idea/invention
• Explain how to deal with Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA’s) and how to use them to protect your idea
• Describe how and when you might need a prototype and how to obtain one
• Calculate how much money you can make licensing or selling your invention
• Describe the resources available to you and what assistance (e.g. patent lawyers, etc.) you want on your team
• Develop a 6 month action plan to successfully bring your idea/invention to market