The composition of the respondent group reflects changes in the health care industry as groups consolidate, more physicians choose employed opportunities and women pursue careers in medicine.
Rodney Hornbake, FACP, had been practicing for more than a decade when he left his rural North Carolina practice in the early 1990s, looking for new career opportunities and educational options ... Like Dr. Hornbake, a number of physicians leave their
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Witness the lack of call coverage, the unwillingness of young physicians to be available, the early retirements, the desire for nonclinical careers in medicine and nursing.
of young physicians who enter and enjoy primary care careers. ... change in your career direction.
The president of the newly merged Medical Group Management Association and American College of Medical Practice Executives describes her new role after only a few weeks on the job.
Going back to the female CEO, I too have been let down at times by what I have perceived as a relative lack of career ambition in some female physicians. ... If women can best manage their careers in medicine as part-time then so be it.
The John Tooker Evergreen Awards Program provides recognition and visibility to chapters that have successfully implemented programs to increase membership, improve communication, increase member involvement, enhance diversity, foster careers in
Island, have very different experiences from and expectations for their careers in medicine. ... This is really different from the baby boomers, where income dominated all other factors in career choice,” Dr.
Matthew L. Nathan, MD, FACP, oversees medicine for the Navy. Yes, his personal heroes are Vice Admiral James Stockdale and Teddy Roosevelt, but to make his way through school, he was a magician and musician.