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Going Part Time at Your Medical Practice

If you want to scale back your hours for a reduced schedule, know that doing it the right way takes a bit of planned effort. It's a potentially months-long process, with several considerations to take into account.

Here's how to do it right.

PLUS: A newly launched program promises to help older physicians segue into primary care and work reduced hours.

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Every patient encounter carries with it the possibility of error. And every error can cause problems for the patient. So what do we do as physicians?

Done haphazardly or postponed until a month before a new physician starts, sloppy credentialing can spell cash-flow delays and more. Here's how to do it right.

The U.S. is home to more than 192,000 nurse practitioners, with more than 14,000 new graduates every year. Here's what physicians should know about them.

Many doctors experience a large gap between what they typically earn and their disability benefits. Here are five strategies to better protect yourself.

By prioritizing physician leadership, you can help your practice successfully navigate the changing landscape of American healthcare.

A new Missouri law creates a licensed healthcare provider called an “assistant physician.” What this means for physicians and the healthcare system.

Patient satisfaction scores are having a growing impact on a practice's finances. Here are some small ways physicians can improve those scores.

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