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Women’s Earnings in Medicine vs. Men’s?

Key Takeaways On average, women earn only 83 cents for every dollar a man earns. The more women in a medical subspecialty, the less money both women and men earn over time. Equalizing salaries immediately after residency completion influences the wage gap more than...

Women’s Earnings in Medicine vs. Men’s?

Key Takeaways On average, women earn only 83 cents for every dollar a man earns. The more women in a medical subspecialty, the less money both women and men earn over time. Equalizing salaries immediately after residency completion influences the wage gap more than...

Why Diversity & Inclusion Are Needed in Medicine

"In a recent Wall Street Journal article, the authors equate teaching future doctors about “diversity, equity, and inclusion competencies” to “political re-education” and “wokeness.” They claim that “hyper-class and -racial consciousness that the AAMC wants to instill...

Solutions to the Physician Shortage

"The U.S. could see a shortage of 54,100 to 139,000 physicians by 2033, according to data from the Association of American Medical Colleges cited in a July 25 Time report. The report laid out six solutions, highlighting that an "innovative multipronged" approach will...

Conquering Burnout in Radiology Practices

"In the 2022 “Radiologist Lifestyle, Happiness and Burnout Report” from Medscape, 49 percent of radiologists reported burnout with radiology ranking eighth among 29 specialties. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on our communities and our practices. We are...

Locum Tenens Provider Spotlight – Dr. A

Specialty: Internal Medicine/Hospitalist Home State: North Carolina Practicing Locum Tenens Since 2006 Getting to Know Dr. A: Why did you first pursue locum tenens work? Flexibility. Choosing my own work schedule allows me to set aside dates I prefer to be off work....