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Interview-Winning Medical CV Best Practices

Posted by MedSource Consultants 21, September, 2017

By Rebecca Hayward and Dawn Pascale

To understand the weight a compelling Curriculum Vitae has, one must put themselves in the shoes of a prospective employer. Let’s follow the mindset of Laura, hiring authority for a large med-surge hospital.

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Choosing the Right Medical Specialty Based on Salary (Infographic)

Posted by MedSource Consultants 10, August, 2017

No matter where you fall in your medical career, money never stops being a concern. Perhaps you’re a recent graduate with almost $200,000 in student debt. Maybe you’re in the “50 percent of doctors surveyed [who] either have or would consider purchasing, buying into, merging or selling their practice” just to make ends meet. Maybe you’re considering a change in specialty but need to know that that the benefits outweigh the efforts. Wherever you are on your path, having a strong knowledge of the best medical specialty salaries and regional healthcare trends will provide a healthy base on which to make key decisions. Check out this infographic to get started.

 

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Immigration Ban Has No Clear Impact on Match Outcome

Posted by Mohit Mathur 30, March, 2017

What does it mean to match? For some, it means “swiping right” could match you with your future life partner. For others, it means you’ve been accepted into a U.S. residency or fellowship program.

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Travel Ban Will Hit U.S. Healthcare Where it Hurts: Primary Care

Posted by Eric Beam, M.D. 14, March, 2017

Of all the people affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from six Muslim-majority nations, one group is of particular importance to the U.S. health care system: foreign-born doctors and medical trainees.

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Is the Doctor Out? The 3 Major Challenges Affecting Independent Practitioners in 2017

Posted by Dawn Pascale 27, February, 2017

It was a dream of Dr. Brian Ackerman to hang a shingle. Immediately after residency, he did what most physicians do – he opened an independent practice.  For a while, things were great: patient satisfaction helped him persevere as he navigated years of technology innovation, reimbursement mechanisms, the Affordable Care Act, as well as new federal mandates for Electronic Medical Records and MACRA compliancy.   However, the increasing complexity of running an independent practice was taking its toll. The pressures exerted by the system to deliver cost-effective care became impossible to sustain.

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