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Power and Leadership – When Less is More

How to be an effective and respected leader

The more you lead and the less you need to exert power, the more power you exert over the output of the group. The use of direct orders or coercive power is less likely to be a positive for the recipient or the group.

You’ll know you’re a good leader when each person in the group feels that he or she is growing in their work, valued by peers and supervisors, and part of a group engaged in an enterprise that matters.

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Immigration and Healthcare: How Proposed Changes Could Impact the Industry

How Immigration Reform Could Impact the Healthcare Industry

Immigration is not only a hot-button political topic, it greatly affects the healthcare field. Foreign-born workers comprise: 1 out of 4 practicing physicians 1 out of 5 nurses and home health aides 1 out of 6 dentists and pharmacists ( […]

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Demand for Physician Assistants Continues to Rise

Physician Assistant: The Strong Career Growth Continues

Physician Assistants (PAs) continue to enjoy strong job growth. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of Physician Assistant positions is expected to grow 30% from 2014-2024. Increased demand means PAs enjoyed median earnings of $101,480 per year […]

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How Physicians Feel About Single-Payer Healthcare

Do Physicians Want Single-Payer Healthcare?

Considering the future of the United States’ healthcare system is yet to be determined, it comes as no surprise that a concept once foreign to the US-healthcare industry continuously re-emerges: single-payer healthcare.

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Five Ways to Stand Out in a Competitive Nursing Job Market

How to Get Noticed in a Crowded Nursing Job Market

Discussions surrounding the topic of nursing shortages have been circulating for decades. While there is a plethora of data supporting the idea that the United States is heading towards a deficit of nurses, some nurses are currently scratching their heads. […]

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The Patient Centered Medical Home: Can You Afford to Pay the Rent?

Becoming a Patient Centered Medical Home

My nose wriggled as it often does when I smell something unusual, but with all this talk about Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH), I wanted to explore the concept and do some investigating of my own. Soon after embarking on […]

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A Reflection on My Time in Residency

A Reflection on my Residency

I knew I wanted to be a physician when I was 5 years old. Whether by parental grooming or destiny, I proudly proclaimed my intents throughout my childhood. I fondly look back on my teenage years spent accumulating accolades to “beef up” my resume and make me stand out in the sea of “outstanding scholars.”

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