Physicians running cash-only practices love the autonomy and the reduced paperwork.
Here's what DOs need to know to be ready to help sick passengers in the sky.
Will 2013 be the year you master work-life balance or run for president (of a medical society)? These tips can help you get started.
Some solo phyisicians feel engulfed by new mandates, choices and expectations as they struggle to meet overhead and still make a living.
Physicians are transforming smartphones and tablet computers into medical Swiss army knives.
The benefits of social media are real: Physicians are using it to promote their practices, establish credibility and connect with patients.
The high-achievers who pursue careers in medicine typically have personality traits that can aggravate stress, expert says.
Document thoroughly and clearly and stay current with payment policies, experts suggest, among other tips.
Although they face several hurdles, DOs and MDs can proactively protect and defend their online reputations.
Some DOs express concerns about the validity and accuracy of the more than 40 websites that post consumer ratings of physicians.
Dr. Moms manage their home and professional lives with excellent organizational skills, discipline and strong support systems.
“You'll be surprised how many referrals you’re going to get,” says Marc Lawrence, MD.