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Non-clinical skills are the attitudes, habits, and qualities that make a physician a well-rounded professional. There are certain non-clinical competencies for physicians in the healthcare setting that can help them serve their patients better and make an unenviable and uncomfortable situation easier.
They say when you hear hoof beats, look for horses.
But when it comes to your career in medicine, look for unique opportunities, look for jobs that meet your needs, look for fulfillment…
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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.
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.
“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.
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.
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.
Medi-Share is a health care sharing program and though it is commonly referred to as insurance, it is not. Many non-profit Christian Cost-Sharing Ministries enroll people struggling to pay for health care expenses but are not legally bound to cover their members’ claims.
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.