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Career management

May 2003 Issue
Dealing With a Health System That Fails to Honor Your Employment Agreement [Feature]

Vague contract language makes it tough – but not impossible – to make your case.


Sep 2002 Issue
A Job-Share Model for the New Millenium [Feature]

This approach to family practice assures continuity of care for your patients as well as a healthy life balance and a decent paycheck for you.


Apr 2001 Issue
Limiting Restrictive Covenants [Salaried FP]

The author, a lawyer, provides readers with an "all-you-need-to--know" guide about restrictive covenants.


Jan 2001 Issue
Interviewing 101 [Feature]

An on-site interview is your opportunity to assess how well your values and those of a potential employer align.


Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
How to Find the Job That's Right for You [Feature]

Before you enter the job market, ask yourself, “What do I really want?”


Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
Evaluating Restrictive Covenants: Four Key Areas [Salaried FP]

The author, a lawyer, provides readers with an "all-you-need-to--know" guide about restrictive covenants.


Jul-Aug 2000 Issue
Understanding Confidentiality and Nonsolicitation Clauses [Salaried FP]

The article discusses confidentiality provisions, trade secrets and non-solicitation clauses of physician employment contracts and offers a four-part test to determine whether they are enforceable under the law.


Oct 1999 Issue
What to Do When You've Lost Your Job [Salaried FP]

This article outlines how to deal with termination both professionally and personally and offers strategies for finding a new position or establishing a new practice.


Jul-Aug 1999 Issue
Becoming a Physician Executive: Where to Look Before Making the Leap [Feature]

Would administrative medicine be a good fit for you? Here are some issues you should think about as you consider the switch.


May 1999 Issue
Group Practice Magic [Editor's Page]

Argues that group practices are "magic" only if they involve the right people, with the right knowledge, attitudes and abilities, and that the same is true of other models. Introduces the cover section, sort of.


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