Poll: How is Health Reform Affecting Morale at Your Medical Practice?
You told us how healthcare reform is affecting your patients, your practices, and your career satisfaction. Now share how it is affecting your staff.
How Medical Practices Can Retain Their Top Physicians
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.
Gain Work-Life Balance by Using Best of Parenting, Practicing Medicine
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.
Do Rural Doctors Make More Money, Have Higher Job Satisfaction?
A look at some recent studies regarding differences between rural and urban physicians, and what they might mean for your practice.
Professional Courtesy to Physicians Has Its Limits
Pulling strings, asking for professional courtesy, whatever you want to call it, it can put physicians in a very awkward position.
Why Transitioning to Locum Tenens Could Boost Career Satisfaction
New survey results suggest that many locum tenens physicians may be more satisfied than other physicians.
Part-Time Physician Options: What Medical Practices Need to Know
As demand for part-time schedules increases among physicians, medical practices that don't offer flexibility will struggle with recruitment and retention.
Healthcare Reform Leading to Poor Physician Satisfaction
Nearly 300 physicians weighed in on our recent poll to say how healthcare reform is affecting them. Here are the results.
Physician Retirement Planning Basics
Wealth manager Scott Wisniewski offers physicians tips for saving for retirement.
Ten Challenges Medical Practices Can Expect in 2014
Medical practices face many challenges in 2014. Here are 10 of the biggest.
Study: As Patient Care Barriers Rise, Physician Satisfaction Falls
Providing quality patient care is a prime contributor to physician satisfaction, while negative factors associated with EHRs increased physician frustration.
'Physician' is a Broad Description for Many Roles
Physicians in private practice are healers, educators, and clinicians. But, they are also businessmen as well.
More than Just Medicine on the Minds of Today's Physicians
Our 2013 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, reveals physicians striving for work-life balance amid the changing landscape of healthcare today.
2013 Great American Physician Survey Results
Physicians share their sentiments on healthcare reform, work-life balance, and more through the 2013 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.
A Simple Way to Ameliorate Provider Burnout
Physicians shouldn't try to shoulder all the responsibilities that come with practicing medicine. Don't go it alone. A team-based approach can help.
What Physicians Must Consider Before Going Concierge
Considering concierge medicine? Make sure your customer service is on point first.
Physician Trends and Challenges Ahead
In this podcast, healthcare expert Laurie Morgan discusses key trends and challenges highlighted in our Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.
How Age Affects Physician Satisfaction
Our 2013 Great American Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, suggests older physicians are happier with their careers.
How Private Practice Physician Attitudes are Changing
Our 2013 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, reveals how private practice physician attitudes have shifted since 2009.
How Practice Setting Affects Physician Career Satisfaction
Our 2013 Great American Physician Survey findings reveal how practice setting affects work-life balance, career satisfaction.
Doctors Voice Biggest Frustrations with Practicing Medicine
The results of our 2013 Great American Physician Survey indicate how physicians' frustrations with the profession vary depending on practice environment.
Time for a Physician President
Perhaps it is time for physicians who have a keen eye for detail, an ear for what is really ailing us, and a forward-thinking mind, to take a shot at leading our nation.
Physicians: Take a Vacation
Sometimes the best thing for you - and those around you - is to get out of the office and travel.
Practices Face Highest Physician Turnover Rates
While physician recruitment is challenging, so is retention. Here’s why and how practices can deal.
Ensure Your Medical Practice is Successful in Uncertain Times
It’s difficult for medical practices to plan strategically when so much uncertainty surrounds the future of healthcare. Scenario planning can be a useful tool.
Take our Great American Physician Survey for a Chance at $500
Help us take the pulse of today's physicians in our 2013 Great American Physician Survey. Take 5 minutes for our survey and you could win $500.
'As President, I'd Take a Multi-Dimensional Approach to Healthcare'
Pediatrician Helene Hubbard lays out her first term if elected U.S. president with a focus on the nation's younger residents.
'As President, Here's What I'd Change About Healthcare'
Psychiatrist Daniel B. Block lays out his first term as president of the United States of Utopia.
Healthcare Reform Influencing Physicians' Career Choices
With healthcare's business landscape shifting fast, doctors are gambling on new career strategies. But where are they placing their chips? Find out with our exclusive survey results.
2012 Great American Physician Survey Data
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