Career management

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

This article offers practical tools for physicians who are seeking a new position, from how to deal with recruiters to specific questions to ask to determine if the job that is available is really the job that is right for you.

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.

Apr 2000 Issue
Sharpen Your Salary Negotiation Skills With Leverage [Salaried FP]

This article describes the types of leverage physicians have and how to use it during a job search and contract negotiations.

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]

Written by a current medical director, this article discusses issues FPs should consider before pursuing a managerial position, including personality traits of successful physician executives, why FPs are well-suited for management roles, and whether to continue clinical practice once in management.

May 1999 Issue
Flying Solo [Editorial]

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.

Mar 1998 Issue
Just Being a Doctor [Editor's Page]

While no one can just be a doctor any more, it's possible to be a doctor in all one does by making sure the principles of patient care are expressed throughout all the layers of management that have grown up around patient care.

Jan 1998 Issue
Energize Yourself and Your Practice [Feature]

Experts in organization, patient satisfaction, team building and stress management provide practical advice to help physicians and their staff make positive changes in their practices.

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