Physician Resumes: Answers To The Most Common Questions

A physician’s resume follows the same basic principles as any other resume. Use action-oriented words where every sentence has powerful action verbs. Follow a well-structured, bullet-based format that demonstrates a clean format and uses easy-to-read fonts.

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Medicare For All: Pros And Cons

“Medicare for All” is an aggregation of legislative proposals intended to provide health care coverage to every American through a federal single-payer health insurance program. The single-payer systems can be found worldwide and may vary by what benefits they offer, how they are funded, who is eligible, and more.

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Medical Fundraising: 5 Options To Help Your Patients

The rising healthcare cost is forcing consumers to delay medical treatment until they can afford it or sink them into massive debt. But now, there is an alternative option for the patient without insurance to help cover their medical expenses, through fundraising or...

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The Ultimate Guide To Remote Patient Monitoring

The remote patient monitoring market has risen drastically in use over the past ten years. As a result, new technologies have been developed and implemented that make RPM more of a reality to patients and healthcare providers than ever before.

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How To Become A Medical Marijuana Doctor? The Hemp Doctor Trend

Marijuana has been decriminalized in 36 states in the US and the District of Columbia and gearing up for legalization in many more states. Though it is federally illegal, it has gained popularity due to the medicinal properties and the ability to treat many conditions such as chronic pain, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), seizures, multiple sclerosis, etc.

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Cash Flow Quadrant:  Primer For Financial Freedom

Cash Flow Quadrant: Primer For Financial Freedom

Cash flow is nothing but the extra cash revenues over cash outlays in a given time (excluding non-cash expenses). The concept of cash flow is represented using quadrants. It is divided into four quadrants – two quadrants on the left side, E and S, and the other two quadrants on the right side, B and I.

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List Of Top Executive Recruiter Firms And How To Get Them To Find You?

Since the onset of the pandemic, the current job situation has drastically changed. The pandemic’s effect on the employment landscape has left several Americans unemployed or at the brink of joblessness. And many more companies have either reduced their staff or stopped their hiring process in an attempt towards cost-cutting.

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Employee Engagement: 10 Ways To Increase It

Enhancing employee engagement has become one of the top business strategies since it directly impacts a company’s financial health and profitability. Despite positive data that the employees are committed to their work and their team’s goals and enthusiastic about their organization, most employees are disengaged at work.

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Interstate Medical License: 10 Steps To Get It

The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact is an arrangement made between the participating states in the United States to expedite the licensing process for physicians seeking to practice medicine in multiple states. Initially, the process was designed for doctors, but it is also applicable to nurses and physical therapists.

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Most Common Legal Claims Due To Patient Abandonment

A doctor is not obligated to provide treatment to every patient they come across. While it is their right, once they decide to provide care to a patient, they cannot stop treatment abruptly. There is a need to follow a code of ethics that states that a doctor and other healthcare providers need to provide sufficient time for the patient to find a new physician before the care ends.

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100 Inspiring Quotes for Doctors

According to Lewis Thomas, “Doctors, once dressed up in one professional costume or another, have been in busy practice since the earliest records of every culture on the earth. It is hard to think of a more dependable or enduring occupation, harder still to imagine any future events leading to its extinction.”

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Who is a Medical Expert Witness and How to Become One?

A medical expert witness is a licensed practitioner with adequate skills and experience that qualifies them to provide testimony in a particular medical field. Attorneys often call medical expert witnesses to get reliable opinions about clinical issues in a case during the discovery and trial stages.

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