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For Graduating Residents and Fellows: Employed or Private Practice Model?

For Graduating Physician Residents and Fellows: Employed or Private Practice Model?

You are completing the formal training of your specialty and are now faced with how and where to practice medicine. Medical schools and residencies provide little information on the business of medicine. The Affordable Care Act is placing more constraints […]

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How to Shine in a Group Interview

Nurse, Physician, Allied Health Group Interview

Look for enough jobs, and it’s bound to happen – the dreaded group interview. It’s an intimate gathering of you, at least one hiring manager (and here’s the best part), and another one or two job seekers. Whether you are […]

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Managing Conflict and Tension within a Healthcare Team

Managing Conflict and Tension within a Healthcare Team

Workplace conflicts may be inevitable in all professions imbued with a hierarchical structure. However, the consequences may be especially dire when the healthcare team is rendered dysfunctional due to conflict. In today’s multidisciplinary healthcare systems, the physician is fortunately no […]

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Finding Your Niche – Choosing a Nursing Specialty

How to Choose Your Nursing Specialty

From neonatal intensive care units to rural home health care, you will find nurses in a wide variety of settings. There are literally dozens of types of nursing, and each specialty boasts its own unique rewards and challenges. Therefore, nurses […]

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10 Tips for Surviving Night Shift in Healthcare

10 Tips for Surviving the Night Shift in Healthcare

Working in healthcare can be a great career choice for a variety of reasons. Whether you are working as a nurse, tech or physician assistant, you have the opportunity to make on impact on your patients, which can be very […]

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Physician Satisfaction in Employed Settings

physician satisfaction, physician employment, physician jobs

The Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2015 was recently published, stating, “Last year saw some modest good news for most physicians.” More than 19,500 physicians, across 25 specialties, responded to Medscape’s compensation survey. The report addresses compensation, hours worked, changes in […]

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HIPAA and Social Media: A Simple Guide

HIPAA, Social Media, HIPAA Violation

Most people have some sort of social media account. While it is a great medium for sharing family photos, funny videos, or interesting news stories, it has become a big liability for medical employers. A growing consequence is the unintended […]

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National Nurse’s Week: What do we really want?

nurses week, nurse day

It’s National Nurses Week and around the country, thousands of break rooms are proudly displaying cupcakes, banners and balloons celebrating the work of 3.1 million nurses in the United States. National Nurses Day was first celebrated for the first time […]

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Medical School Loan Repayment Options

medical education debt

Once you make it through medical school, you have a lot to celebrate and look forward to. One thing you may not be too excited about is paying back your student loans. Medical school is costly. If you are like […]

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ACO’s and the Medscape Compensation Report

Physician Compensation and ACO's

The times are a changin’, and this year’s Medscape Compensation Report proves it. The annual report crunches data from more than 24,000 physicians from 25 specialties around the country, and provides a snapshot of the state of physicians’ practices in […]

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