…..Have you ever tried to apply for health coverage only to find out you can’t afford it because of huge premium spikes linked to one or more pre-existing medical conditions? If so, then you may have experienced the same feelings of betrayal that many others have felt when turning to a healthcare system designed to…

  …..The Medical Provider Industry, like any other industry, is a highly competitive world of professionals, vying for a limited number of opportunities – which means that it is very important for your resume to be unique and stand out from the rest. Medical resumes are distinct from other kinds of resumes and should include…

  …..Much like a business organization, the medical profession relies on teams of humans working together in order to succeed in their chosen practice – which means that it is imperative that doctors, specialists, and nurses learn how to trust each other and work as a cohesive unit towards a common goal. But good team…

…..If there’s one thing all doctors want to avoid – it’s a medical malpractice lawsuit. Unfortunately, it is quite common for doctors to get sued; roughly 1 out of every 3 doctors have had a malpractice claim filed against at least once in their career. Furthermore, research from the American Medical Association (AMA) indicates that…

\ …..The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC), California State’s authority responsible for protecting workers that get injured at work, has been lined up for investigation regarding possible malfeasance that may have resulted in the deterioration of their workers’ compensation system. Assemblyman Rudy Salas (Bakersfield) has ordered the State auditor to mount an inspection after allegations…

………A study conducted by the University of Utah Health found that an alarming amount of U.S. patients do not tell their physicians the whole truth and may hide information from their physicians about risks that are potentially life threatening. Results showed that up to 47.5% of respondents chose not to tell the whole truth to…

 There is more to operating a medical practice than just dealing with patients; on top of providing actual medical services, it is of equal importance for physicians to know how to run a successful business. Without adequate business skills, a doctor’s practice will suffer setbacks and run in a wasteful and disorganized fashion – affecting…

A recent study by the International Journal of Health Services suggests that the leading cause for low career satisfaction ratings for physicians in the US has nothing to do with the actual work of medical practitioners – but with the administrative work that comes with it. Furthermore, it seems to only be getting worse: The…

…..Rapid technological development has changed the world more than ever over the last thirty years, and advancements only seem to be picking up steam. One of the biggest beneficiaries of tech development is the Medical industry, as doctors and patients alike learn to rely on new software, improved machinery, and the Internet for quicker and…

…..More and more Americans each year are gaining awareness on the need for improvement in the quality of healthcare they are receiving, as rising costs and an increased visibility of medical errors heighten the risk of patients receiving expensive, but ineffective, treatment. Prices are already too high as it is – so not being able…

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