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This article is about how physicians who work reduced hours, part-time and/or in job-share arrangements make it work for themselves, their practices and their patients.
This article describes how job sharing can balance the demands of quality and comprehensive patient care with personal and career satisfaction.
The article is second in a three-part series on how a family physician who left a large, successful group to open a solo practice is making it work, using principles he learned from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's Idealized Design of Clinical Office Practice project. The second article explains the mechanics of "setting up shop."
Compares Gordon Moore's completely solo practice to Thoreau's house at Walden Pond