August 27, 2014 |Industry News
New data demonstrate that marital status, children, and gender appear to have a powerful effect on the career planning of general surgery residents.Graduate surgical education has changed significantly during the past 20 years. Several events have changed the landscape considerably, including the elimination of the pyramidal training system in 1983, the institution of the Accreditation ...Read More
November 27, 2013 |Industry News
Over the past 150 years, state medical licensing and regulatory boards in the United States have steadily evolved from entities that simply issued medical licenses …Read Full Article
July 15, 2013 |Industry News
Hospital executives believe physician relationships are key to their success in the quickly developing accountable care environment. Read More!
September 13, 2011 |Industry News
As healthcare is revolving, including modifications in delivery and payment methods, physician compensation has to evolve as well. Read More!
August 11, 2011 |Industry News
Median first-year guranteed compensation was greater for specialty-care physicians in multispecialty practices than in single-specialty practices acording to the Medical Group Management Association’s (MGMA’s) Physician Placement Starting Salary Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data …Read Full Article
July 28, 2011 |Industry News
What specialty has the most satisfied physician? Dermatologists take the care with Radiologists and oncologists following …Read Full Aricle
March 15, 2011 |Industry News
By Jim Dwyer At Bronx-Lebanon, a hospital that exists only by the grace and taxed fortunes of the people of New York State, the chief executive was paid $4.8 million in 2007 and $3.6 million in 2008, records show. At NewYork-Presbyterian, a hospital system that receives nearly half a billion dollars annually in public money, ...Read More
January 24, 2011 |Industry News
By: Mary Ellen Schneider, Internal Medicine News Digital Network State medical boards are eyeing ways to overhaul the relicensure process so that it better measures a physician’s efforts to stay abreast of clinical developments. Currently, while the public assumes that state licensure means that a physician remains competent, that’s just not the case, according to ...Read More