It’s that time of year again!
Especially at a time when it’s a questionable decision to even leave your house - hiring has changed its look in the past few years.
It is a well documented fact that Physician Burnout is continually creeping up as a silent antagonist in the healthcare industry.
The age old question for healthcare professionals entering the workforce is this: Should I work in an employed position at a hospital, or should I work at a private practice?
This year, our country has been facing some of the most challenging months in recent history. When stay-at-home orders took effect, many individuals found themselves in a work-from-home situation, many found themselves without a job, and millions of Americans found themselves classified as “essential workers”.
The times we’re living in (as of the summer of 2020) have been challenging, to say the least. One particularly difficult aspect of life in a pandemic is the Healthcare Industry.
Physician credentialing - every physician goes through it. It’s a long and tedious process, but it is absolutely imperative to complete if you plan to actively practice medicine.
Since 1992, June has been nationally recognized as Men’s Health Month, in an effort by the Men’s Health Network to spread information and awareness about some of the most common health issues men face.
It’s clearer each passing day that not only is the world changing, but the way healthcare is practiced is changing as well. Returning to the way things were before with crowded waiting rooms and little in the way of personal protective equipment (PPE) is unsafe and illogical.
Since 1954, the United States has dedicated a week every year to celebrating and honoring the nurses who treat and protect individuals every day, throughout holidays, weekends, and global pandemics.