2015 Great American Physician Survey: Key Findings
We surveyed 1,001 physicians as part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo. This video includes key findings of the survey.
Despite New Challenges, Physicians Remain Happy
Even though financial and legislative challenges are making it harder to be a physician, docs tell us they haven't given up.
2015 Great American Physician Survey Results
Get full results from the 2015 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from 1,001 physicians nationwide.
The Female Physician Perspective on Healthcare Today
A recent survey indicates female physicians are more positive about their profession and healthcare reform than their male peers.
The Ever-Full Yet Fulfilling Days of Being a Physician
My week started with three deliveries in less than 24 hours. The last one occurred a mere 40 minutes before my first patient visit Tuesday morning.
Three Ways Physicians Can Become Great Leaders
How can we be leaders, physicians may ask, when often we are overwhelmed by the daily challenge to survive? I contend that we have no choice.
Making Your Practice a 'Best' Place to Work
Here's why workplace "culture" is so important, and how you can cultivate a great culture at your medical practice.
Eight Traits Shared by Successful Physicians
We asked physicians, "What is the most important trait for today's doctors to possess?" Here's what they said.
Three Questions Physicians Can Use to Dial Down Anxiety
Next time you are in a stressful situation, I recommend asking yourself these three important questions.
No Excuses: How Physicians Can Find Time to Exercise
No matter how demanding your schedule is, it's critical to make time for working out. Here are some ways to find more time for exercise.
Tips for Physicians: Raising Money-Smart Kids
Physicians should start fostering money skills in their children from a young age. Here are some techniques to try.
Ten Things Physicians Wish Patients Understood
We asked physicians what they wish their patients understood about their profession. Here's what they said.
The Inspiring Way One PA Has Made a Big Difference
We are often so overwhelmed with our everyday practice problems that it can be difficult to remember the bigger picture. Here's a reminder.
A Physician's 8 Resolutions for the New Year
Last year I shared my New Year's resolutions for 2014. Here's how I did, and what I resolve to accomplish this year at my medical practice.
Sleep Tips and Tricks for Physicians
You might need to readjust your sleeping habits or your pre-bedtime rituals, but getting enough sleep is the key to a successful workday.
Physicians and Family: Making Time for What Counts
You devote considerable time to your medical practice, but what about to your family? Here's how setting small goals can make a big difference.
Defining a 'Super-Generalist' Physician
The overwhelming tendency is for deeper and deeper specialization within certain medical specialties. I believe the need for super-generalists is being overlooked.
Why I am Proud of Being a 'Generalist' Physician
I am a family doctor, always seeking out ways to see one more patient in the day, finding one more resource, helping one more patient through challenges.
Healthcare Scope of Practice Debates Continue
Scope of practice for nurse practitioners and physician assistants is changing. Here's what physicians should know.
When Burnout Happens to Good Physicians
Here are three things to keep in mind next time you find yourself rushing through tasks or working late hours at your medical practice.
When a Physician Wants to Work Part-Time: Are You Ready?
It's a complicated issue when physicians express an interest in cutting back hours. Here are six key issues to consider if this occurs at your medical practice.
Survey: Doctors that Move to Private Practice are Happier
A recent survey reveals that physicians who leave employment for private practice are happier than those that leave private practice for employment.
Three Practice Management Responsibilities for Doctors
As a physician, take some time to learn a few medical practice management principles to more fully support your practice manager.
New Practice Models Are Gaining Acceptance in Primary Care
Our Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, indicates greater physician acceptance of alternate practice models to help themselves and patients.
2014 Great American Physician Survey Results
Get unique insight into the personal and professional lives of physicians through the results of the 2014 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.
Majority of Physicians Remain Happy with Career Choice
Our 2014 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, indicates 8 in 10 physicians are happy as doctors and have no regrets about their career path.
Seven Principles that Can Help Stressed Out Physicians
Next time you feel like your sense of balance is spiraling out of control, remember these seven principles.
Eighteen Work-life Balance Tips for Physicians
Most physicians struggle to find balance between work and home, but it's not as difficult as you might think. Here experts share their top tips.
Seven Articles for Physicians Interested in Direct-pay Practice
Curious about transitioning to a direct-pay medical practice? Here are some of our most popular articles about this emerging practice model.
Five Ways Physicians Can Decrease Stress, Increase Happiness
A physician's life is complicated. Success and happiness require productive adaptation.
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