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Research shows that a lower nurse-to-patient ratio may reduce the number of pediatric hospital readmissions.
There are several points to consider when trying to find a great physician job. With many physician job oppurtunities on the market, prospective employees can choose from a variety of facilities.
An ACOEM study shows how well-being may affect an employee's productivity.
A Gallup report shows physicians having the greatest well-being among American workers.
Communities across the nation are fighting to recruit and keep good doctors. With many areas lacking an adequate number of emergency department physicians, attracting prospects can be a difficult task - particularly for states in relatively remote regions of the country.
The National Institute of Physician Recruitment and Retention gathered in Atlanta, Georgia last month to offer instruction to in-house recruiters throughout the country.
Many medical facilities are experiencing a greater need for physicians who specialize in emergency medicine, among other areas.
In the field of cardiology, male doctors outnumber their female counterparts 9 to 1, GainsvilleTimes.com reports. In spite of the fact that over 50 percent of medical students in the U.S. are women, very few opt to specialize that field.
The Association of American Medical Colleges predicts that by 2020, the nation will be 90,000 doctors short of what would be necessary for everyone to receive care.
If the DOL is proven correct, there will be be plenty of growth in medical careers.