The Paradox of This Year's Great American Physician Survey
The 2016 Great American Physician Survey tells us that physicians still like being physicians, even if the job is more stressful and less lucrative.
Physicians Overwhelmed by Paperwork Have Options
A new survey finds that disillusioned doctors are struggling to adapt to changing delivery and payment models. Hybrid concierge provides a way out.
Physicians Consider Locum Tenens at End of Careers
If you're ready to phase out of full-time practice, but you want to keep making a difference in patients' lives, locums may be right for you.
What the GAP Survey Tells Us about Work-Life Balance
The results of the 2016 Great American Physician (GAP) survey are revealing; most physicians don't have enough time for their personal life.
7 Reasons Why Physicians Work Locum Tenens
Here are seven reasons why Locum Tenens is increasingly becoming an appealing option for physicians.
Four Ways Physicians Can Harness the Power of Reflection
Being able to periodically pause and reflect during the work day can make a dramatic difference in well-being.
Providers Share their Favorite Summer Books
We asked members of our editorial advisory board what was on their summer reading list and here's what they had to say.
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