A recent CHG Healthcare survey revealed that 40% of physicians are changing careers. The number one cause cited by physicians? Burnout and a lack of work/life balance. Find out how locum tenens can bring the balance back to your career with less administrative burden, schedule flexibility, and the time to pursue your passions.
Want to boost your earnings working locum tenens? Then consider taking an assignment in one of this year’s highest paying states for locum tenens physicians. We partnered with two of the largest locum tenens staffing agencies in the U.S. to determine which states are paying higher than average rates for locum tenens. Here are just a few of the reasons behind the higher pay.
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Interested in locums work but don't know where to begin? This newcomer's guide provides insight into working with a locum tenens agency, how locums pay works, and what to consider when choosing your first locums assignment. If you'd like to advance your career and explore new opportunities through locums, this guide is for you.
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Whether you’re thinking about working locum tenens or are an established locum veteran, you’ll want to find a locum tenens agency that will always have your back. Here are the characteristics that experienced locum Dr. Nicholas Kusnezov looks for when choosing a locum tenens agency.
I was placed for adoption by my teenage birth parents during a time when closed adoptions were still commonplace. Each year on my adoption day, my adoptive mother would tell me the story of how I came into their lives.
Like many physicians, Reena Patel, MD, had a demanding job before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. But she would not have defined herself as burned out. She wouldn’t even place herself in that category during the first year of the pandemic because she didn’t feel alone.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that one-third of parents say they planned to get their children vaccinated right away. Yet other parents are taking a wait-and-see approach to COVID-19 vaccination for kids. But with the BA.2 Omicron subvariant, widespread vaccination is an essential tool for preventing COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations and illnesses writes Sara Berg, AMA Senior News Writer.
A new year often comes with new goals. One of them, for many resident physicians, may be to get their finances in order and the February doldrums are as good a time as any to reconsider this vital matter.
Experts predict that the U.S. will be short between 17,800 and 48,000 primary care physicians by 2034. For many, those numbers may seem too abstract to fathom or the year too far away to ponder given more immediate concerns.
I almost didn't bring my stethoscope into the room. It was the end of the day, the end of the week, my neck ached, and I was dreading this encounter. The visit would be purely psychological, posing no diagnostic dilemma that a stethoscope might clarify. And yet, I threw it round my neck, my well-worn prop. A label and signifier, it might somehow help me traverse difficult ground and perhaps also provide permission to poke and look and ask. Maybe, to listen too.
An online patient portal is a website that is used to access personal health information. The patient portal is helpful for patients to keep track of their medical visits, test results, billing, prescriptions, and insurance writes Sara Berg, AMA Senior News Writer.
Long COVID poses a conundrum for physicians and researchers alike reports Jennifer Lubell, AMA Contributing News Writer. Representing a wide range of new, returning or ongoing health problems that arise about a month after initial infection, it can affect 20% to 30% of patients after recovery from even mild illnesses and about half of COVID-19 patients who required hospitalization.