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Do you really want to be your own boss?

Gates noted. “You develop your relationship with the family doctor one patient at a time, and the level of care you provide helps strengthen that relationship,” he said.
October 2008

Volunteer physicians help rebuild Haiti's health system

You have to improvise,” said Dr. Fournier. “You have to be not so stuffy that you can't do things outside of your pay grade.”.
May 2010

Surviving seven on/seven off

That means the day before your ‘on’ week starts, get your groceries and everything else you're going to need for that week,” Dr. ... Try to schedule your social plans and travel well in advance, realizing that you're going to miss some school plays
October 2009

Hold on to your tail

If that's the case, and you aren't planning to stay in the same job for the rest of your career, you'll want an advance idea of the expense ... This would also be a good opportunity to have the attorney advise on your insurance coverage at that time,”
November 2012

Job hunting in a down economy

Mathews said. “You should be looking at whether the community meets your needs, and if the hospitalist group is a good fit. ... said. “Your reason for changing jobs shouldn't just be that you are trying to make more money, or work less,” Mr.
May 2009

When hospitalists marry: A boon for work-life balance

One of the key things about a hospitalist career is the fixed hours,” said Douglas Paauw, FACP, professor and head of general internal medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center. ... Arora and Meltzer, for example. “If your shifts are
October 2008

New job? Read the fine print

Walking out the door, a physician might suddenly discover it's going to cost you $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 to pay your tail coverage,” said R.
April 2009

Not a time for modesty

Singer said. “You need to build your hospitalist program focusing on all your different constituencies,” he said. ... You need to show how your program volume is growing and what your physician referral patterns look like,” Dr.
October 2009

Letter from the Editor

In our cover story, we look at what an MBA degree or targeted business courses can do for your career, and how to find the type of program that will work ... health care. We welcome your opinions on our January issue, as well as on the topics you'd like
January 2008

Where does the day go?

A: Dr. Block: In internal medicine, three years [in residency] is all you get to learn the skills you need for the rest of your career. ... From a patient perspective, it doesn't seem like much time to spend with the doctor that's coordinating all of
August 2013

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