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Great American Physician Survey

More than Just Medicine on the Minds of Physicians

Our 2013 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, reveals physicians striving for work-life balance amid the changing landscape of healthcare today.

ALSO: Check out our infographic to find out what's happening in the personal and professional lives of your peers.

Great American Physician Survey

Though salary is an important factor for physician retention, money is not the only thing that matters. Here are a few other things physicians are looking for in a job.

It's possible to balance things as a physician at work and home more by bringing the best parts of each to the other location.

A look at some recent studies regarding differences between rural and urban physicians, and what they might mean for your practice.

Pulling strings, asking for professional courtesy, whatever you want to call it, it can put physicians in a very awkward position.

New survey results suggest that many locum tenens physicians may be more satisfied than other physicians.

As demand for part-time schedules increases among physicians, medical practices that don't offer flexibility will struggle with recruitment and retention.

Nearly 300 physicians weighed in on our recent poll to say how healthcare reform is affecting them. Here are the results.

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