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Unconscious Bias is Affecting Your Institution

With a baseline norm of denial, how can institutions deal with unconscious bias?

Whether based on experience or fear of the unknown, we all hold biases. But unconscious biases can be difficult to address; many people reject the concept that they hold them. With a baseline norm of denial, how can institutions deal with unconscious bias?

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What are My Options if I’m Tired of Medicine?

Is this "Physician Burnout" and if so, What are My Options?

There are many op-eds stating how you can leave medicine and make almost as much money doing other jobs. I don’t find this to be true at all. Yes, there could be a few jobs that meet the level of income from practicing medicine, but they are few and difficult to get. Be realistic about the loss in income when you leave medicine. Plan ahead for this change. If it were easy to leave medicine and retain the income, a significantly higher percentage would be leaving.

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The Day After Residency: How to Maximize Your Career in Medicine

Physician Advice for the Day After Residency

Your career in medicine will span several decades. Don’t become complacent and assume what you know now is the best and only option for your patients. Keep a curious mind and push yourself to explore interests and passions; your patients will thank you for it. 

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How to Measure ROI in Healthcare Recruiting

Measuring Return on Investment in Healthcare Recruiting

ROI is calculated by the amount spent on a specific hire, and it goes further to add in costs post-offer: training time, lost production, etc., to measure the actual costs involved in affecting the hire and whether it was worthy of the effort. Beyond the cost to bring a staff member on board, ROI can be used to calculate the actual time it takes to repay the investment in the new hire.

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Dear Resident Physicians

Servant Leader Physicians

Soon you’ll finish residency and you may be wondering, “What’s next?” Some of you will start fellowships, but most of you will practice your specialty. You may be looking for opportunities that are a good match with your needs and wants. Virtually all of you are looking forward to greater income. I hope that this ending is also a beginning – renew your commitment to the life-long learning that is medicine.

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Physician Practice Models – The Hospitalist

Pros & Cons of Practicing as a Hospitalist

Finishing your training is “transitioning” to a life vastly different from the one you’re leaving. While the specialty of Hospital Medicine is one of the many choices available to you, the life of a hospitalist, like Hotel California, can be Heaven or it can be Hell.

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The Best Cities in the Midwest for a Career in Healthcare

Best Midwestern Cities for Healthcare Professionals

If the Midwest is calling you home, or you have always wanted to live in the region famous for acres of farmland, friendly people, and a laid back lifestyle here are the best cities to live in.

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A Medical Doctor’s First Day

July 1 - the First Day of the Rest of Your Career

The ink on your graduation diploma isn’t even dry yet. It is 6:59 AM on July 1, a minute before 7 AM on the day all shiny, new doctors begin working as real doctors for the first time.

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