Search results for "Your career"


 
Results 1 - 10 of about 35 for "Your career".

Committee work can help your career, but be sure to choose wisely

Committee work can help your career, but be sure to choose wisely. ... Holman. “The opinions you express should represent the collective input from your constituency.”.
March 2008

Not a time for modesty

Singer said. “You need to build your hospitalist program focusing on all your different constituencies,” he said. ... You need to show how your program volume is growing and what your physician referral patterns look like,” Dr.
October 2009

New job? Read the fine print

Walking out the door, a physician might suddenly discover it's going to cost you $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 to pay your tail coverage,” said R.
April 2009

Find chemistry with your Yoda

Throughout your career, there's that one person, that Yoda, that is still pushing you to the next level,” said Dr. ... What do you think?’”. Dr. Wiese suggested asking yourself two questions before you meet with a mentor: “Where are you now in
June 2008

Letter from the Editor

Read our cover story for advice on how to demonstrate your worth as a hospitalist, and to further refine the skills you've already attained in your career. ... Has your hospital developed a protocol for a thorny clinical issue?
August 2014

Multisite directors tackle management and logistical challenges

The rapid pace of consolidation in the health care industry is helping to carve out a new career path for hospitalists: the multisite director. ... dealing with system-wide issues, hospitalists said, all while keeping your hand in as a working clinician.
August 2015

Hospitalist fellowships offer clinical, research, or leadership training

Fellows may be able to achieve their long-term career goals in a faster way if they make an upfront investment in getting additional skills that can often accelerate them into
September 2015

Graduate programs focus on health care quality, safety

I think the idea of having complementary programs at the master's level is a great way to get mid-career folks involved and maybe some end-of-career folks as
May 2010

Letter from the Editor

These 3 stories also provide actionable advice on how to use an electronic medical record more efficiently, how to employ social media to further your career and care, and how to ... Shifting focus to the young, a career story provides expert
May 2016

Do you really want to be your own boss?

Gates noted. “You develop your relationship with the family doctor one patient at a time, and the level of care you provide helps strengthen that relationship,” he said.
October 2008

Result Page: Prev   1   2   3   4   Next