Who brings in more income: employed physicians or physician practice owners? The results of the annual Physicians Practice Compensation Survey reveal the answer to this question and more.
Plus: Employed vs. Independent: Doctors Speak Out
Concierge Medicine Keeps Morale High
Keeping morale high is often difficult in medicine. Concierge medicine can help, according to this healthcare expert.
Employed vs. Independent: Doctors Speak Out
Who brings in more money, employed doctors or independent practice owners? Experts talk about the advantages and disadvantages of both roles.
We're Closing Our Practice and Moving On
Economic opportunity, a busy international airport, and a warm climate are fueling our move from Massachusetts to Sin City, and from owner to employed.
Different Solutions for the Physician Shortage
There is a shortfall of physicians in the field — here are a few potential ways to keep up with increasing demand.
Being There for Patients Through Disasters
As a doctor, you should be willing to care for patients, even if it means coming in to help them after a natural disaster.
2017 Best States to Practice: The Top Five
Why Mississippi, Texas, Alaska, California, and Arkansas stand above the rest in terms of being the "Best States to Practice."
Gender Wage Gap Remains for PAs
It's unfortunate that gender wage gaps remain in the physician assistant profession. Here are some thoughts on how to address them.
5 Self-Assessment Questions Every Older Doctor Should Ask
Are you an older physician considering transitioning your practice to a new owner and/or retiring? Ask these five questions.
10 Mistakes That Can Lead to Lawsuits
A lot of things can lead to a malpractice lawsuit. Here are 10 mistakes seen by an attorney with experience in helping docs avoid suits in the first place.
If I Hadn't Been a Physician…
Physicians share what their career paths might have look like, had they not gone into medicine.
2011 Physician Compensation Survey Data
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