Physician Recruiting Trends from the 2012 Great American Physician Survey

  What changes are in store for the profession of medicine? The Great American Physician Survey, released every year by top practice management journal, Physicians Practice, seeks to answer this question and offer insight to the healthcare industry. This years’ survey revealed physicians’ desire for more work-life balance, effects of healthcare reform on practice considerations,

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Where Have All the American Medical Grads in Primary Care Gone?

Allergy, cardiology, nephrology, gastroenterology and pulmonary medicine are just a few of the fellowships available to internal medicine residents after the completion of their training. Medical students today also have the option of forgoing a full primary care residency all together to pursue a residency in radiology, anesthesiology, general surgery, etc. All of these options

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