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Medicaid would be cut by $920 billion over 10 years by limiting eligibility, imposing work requirements, and offering states waivers to curtail Medicaid spending. ... Work-life balance had virtually no effect on the starting salary differential between
This was a well-earned weekend for the Pal Family, and what a day! It's back in the 60′s (which, for my Canadian readers, is like minus 13 o...
Physician turnover has increased from 6.1% in 2010 compared to 5.9% the previous year, according to the 6th annual Physician Retention Surve...
Residents coming out of residency or fellowship will have higher levels of debt, and a desire for greater work-life balance. ... Third, the College will continue to work to help our members be prepared for the ever-changing health care system.
If I hadn't done it, or I had been at work, the duties would have fallen to my wife by default.
The use of temporary physicians is rising, filling until permanent physicians can be hired amid the ongoing shortage of doctors nationwide, ...
It is simply unavoidable. But I wonder whether my schedule runs my life excessively. ... The frequently discussed topic of “work-life balance” is really one of time and where one derives value.
Many of our residency graduates, especially those who live and work locally, return for this meeting. ... that there is more work to be done, patients need to be seen, and e-mails must be answered.
Since hospitals work to keep overhead costs low in anticipation of still more cuts to government payments, hiring has slowed. ... doctors, nurses, and other ancillary personnel workers who work tirelessly to feed the beast.
Physicians are working 6% fewer hours than they did four years ago and are seeing close to 17% fewer patients per day, a survey found. Track...