Monthly Archives: April 2013

Spring Cleaning Your Personal Finances

Spring is here, and for most people, including doctors, that means spring cleaning. But spring cleaning doesn’t just apply to weeding your flowerbeds or cleaning out your basement. It’s also a great time to take a look at your personal finances. While rummaging through piles of paper and sorting through boxes, you may discover […]

The Fight for Family Medicine

It’s no secret that there are a few medical schools that intentionally discourage students from entering the field of family medicine. Unlike other medical specialties, primary care is seen as less prestigious than say, radiology. And while salary plays an important part in which medical field a student chooses, so too does medical school […]

Family Docs Speak: For the Love of Family Medicine

What do you love about being a family physician?

Some pursue medicine because of the money. Others join a medical profession due to family pressures. And then there are those individuals who become doctors for the pure joy of caring for others. These individuals found their calling in medicine and family physicians make up a […]

The Cost of Hiring a New Doctor

Have you ever wondered how much it costs to replace a physician in a hospital or a small practice? Compared to how much it costs to replace an average office employee, physician turnover can be quite expensive. And a medical practice that has a high turnover rate may lose a considerable amount of revenue. […]

3 Types of Insurance for Your Growing Family

The decision to raise a family is a big step in anyone’s life. It’s a major lifestyle change that requires financial planning and preparation. In addition to having your finances in order, you will also need to have financial safety nets in place – like insurance. If you’re a family physician who has decided […]