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Four things millennials can teach older managed care colleagues
Four things millennials can teach older managed care colleaguesMillennials are tomorrow’s leaders, and they bring a lot to the table. Here are some benefits they bring to managed care organizations.
Physicians feeling over-worked, abandoning independent practiceA new workforce survey shows physicians are feeling over-extended and shifting toward hospital employment .
What physicians should know about on-call payFor many primary care physicians, on-call pay will likely not be a major part of contract negotiations says Tommy Bohannon, divisional vice president for Merritt Hawkins, but for specialists, it could be.
Nurse practitioners may have higher job satisfaction than physicians, survey saysNurse practitioners (NPs) might be the most professionally satisfied group in healthcare, according to a recent survey conducted by Staff Care, a temporary physician and NP staffing firm and company of AMN Healthcare.
Primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants remain in high demand for recruitersPrimary care physicians remain the most sought after doctors, according to a new survey by Merritt Hawkins, a national physician recruitment firm.
When physicians should (and shouldn’t) use recruiters in their job searchPhysician staffing and recruiting firms are always looking to network with doctors, but when does it make sense for physicians in the job market to reach out to recruiters?
The 2 most important questions physicians should ask at job interviewsJob interviews for physicians should be more about confirmation, and less about exploration – unlike other professions. But at the interview, physicians should focus intently on obtaining comprehensive answers to these two questions.
Primary care physicians generate more revenue for hospitals than specialistsA new survey that shows a "seismic shift" in medicine provides primary care physicians with a strong argument that they should be compensated more generously by hospitals.