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Physicians feel at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to working with payers.

Younger docs tend to favor a productivity model, while older physicians may prefer a set compensation model. How do you reconcile the two views?

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In any negotiation, it's important to consider the needs of the other side. But there's a difference between true altruism and absolute self-sacrifice.

When physicians and other entities resist complying with HIPAA requirements, it can lead to an increase in practice liability.

PAs are overwhelmingly employed in clinical positions, yet there is also a great need for administrators with a PA-C credential.

Desire to succeed at work can easily eclipse family obligations. But this physician found a way to integrate both goals into her life.

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Physicians with different personalities; who are too similar; and with varying workloads are just three reasons partnerships don't work out.

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