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.
Though many doctors have unfortunately had their hours cut or lost work due to COVID-19, there are actually some clinical and non-clinical jobs with increasing demand due to COVID.
Micropractice… micro-income? Not necessarily! Here’s why doctors going solo may want to consider the micropractice model.
In short, a micropractice is a technology-fueled solo practice that aims to keep costs low and keep quality of care and access to the doctor high. Here is one orthopedic surgeon’s experience in starting a micropractice, and some considerations for doctors who may want to start such a practice.
Payers and providers are converging to create payviders. Here’s what this means for physician insurance jobs and other careers.
Here’s what to know for physician insurance jobs and careers in managed care when it comes to the growing healthcare payer-provider combo known as a payvider.
Utilization review is a popular consideration for physicians looking for nonclinical work. I’ve worked in utilization review for close to 5 years. For doctors considering to pursue this position, here are 10 reasons why I love it
We all feel fulfillment from different types of work. There is an overarching perception that doctors help individual patients, and in medical school we are taught how to treat individual patients. However, there truly is so much more to medicine.
A recent viewpoint article in JAMA suggested that a new specialty may be in order: the medical virtualist. I’m almost sold on the idea.