Sports medicine doctor

How Much Do Sports Medicine Doctors Make?

Published on August 29, 2022 | Last Updated on October 28, 2022 by Lookforzebras The standard sports medicine salary is sitting at $246,400 in 2022. In general, it ranges between $210,000 and $310,000. Several factors … Read more

Canadian Physician Vs US physician Salary

Canadian Physician Salary vs US

Published on August 29, 2022 | Last Updated on October 28, 2022 by Lookforzebras It is a fairly well-known fact that doctors in the US are paid more than their neighbors in Canada. The major … Read more

Military Doctors

How Much do Military Doctors Make?

Published on July 6, 2022 | Last Updated on August 3, 2022 by Slava Military doctors are an essential part of the military and deliver necessary and often life-saving medical care to the members of … Read more

Funding for Education of Doctors

Funding for Continuing Education For Doctors

Published on May 23, 2022 | Last Updated on June 24, 2022 by Lookforzebras Medical education is prohibitive, and costs are very high. More than 50%-70% of medical students in the U.S are already over-leveraged … Read more

How much do doctors on ship make

How Much Do Doctors On Cruise Ships Make

Published on March 31, 2022 | Last Updated on June 24, 2022 by Lookforzebras Not all ship doctors earn the same salary, and it may differ quite a bit with different cruise lines. Cruise ship … Read more

Prior Authorization: The What, How, And Why

What is Prior Authorization? Prior Authorization is also known as Prior certification or Prior Approval. It is the process of receiving pre-approval from an insurance company for a particular medication or a treatment process. The … Read more

Physician mortage loans

5 Best Physician Mortgage Loans

Physician mortgage loans (also known as doctor loans) have been specially designed with doctors in mind. Doctors often have a massive student loan debt. Plus, their work experience may not reflect their true earning potential, particularly the ones who have just finished their residency. Doctor loans help physicians get as much as $1 million from lenders based on their unique financial needs.

Medical Board Complaints

Common Causes Of Medical Board Complaints: Process, Risks, Threats

Medical board complaint refers to the process of registering a complaint against any medical practitioner. A patient can complain to the respective state medical council or boards for unprofessional conduct and inadequate care by a physician or healthcare provider. If the patient is covered by medicare, they can file a complaint directly to medicare.

spousal gap

Spousal Income Gaps: When Only One Spouse Is A Physician

In the United States, there is a significant difference in income between doctors and non-doctors. In fact, according to one study, the average physician makes $242,000 while the average American earns just over $48,000. When both spouses are physicians, this income gap continues to exist, but it may not be as significant. However, when only one spouse is a physician (and often they’re female), there is often an economic disparity that can potentially lead to marital stress and divorce.

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10 Reasons To Consider A Pay Cut With A New Job

When deciding to take a new job, many factors must be considered, such as the job title, job responsibilities, potential for future growth, benefits, and salary. A doctor could be looking for more work-life balance, or they may need to relocate their home and family, or an opportunity for advancement.

alternative income for physicians

Alternative Income for Physicians: 24 Lucrative Options

Physicians have a lot of opportunities to make money outside of the clinic. However, many physicians don’t know how to find these opportunities or even if they exist in the first place. That said, it does always come down to investing additional time or money.

moonlighting for residents

Moonlighting For Residents

For instance, some contracts forbid employees from practicing within the same geographic location, specialization, or through locum tenens and telemedicine. The feasibility depends on the parameters of the training program.

1031 exchange: Real Estate Investment For Physicians

1031 exchange: Real Estate Investment For Physicians

A 1031 exchange refers to Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. A 1031 exchange allows real estate owners or investors to sell a property and then reinvest within a specific time limit to defer or dodge capital gains taxes.

Medicare for all

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.

surprise medical billing

Surprise Medical Billing: The 2022 ‘No Surprises Act’ Legislation

Rising health care costs have been a major concern among people in the US, and the surprise bills from out-of-network services are devastating. Consumers are surprised with expensive bills from providers who are not in their insurer’s network and whose care they did not request.

Disability insurance for doctors

Disability insurance for doctors: How much do you really need?

One of the toughest questions faced by physicians when buying disability insurance is how much to get. This article covers how to determine the appropriate amount of disability insurance for doctors, given their unique personal and professional situations.

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