When residency programs are accredited, sexual discrimination and harassment laws may apply. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held recently that Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) can apply to residency programs at hospitals. The ruling may profoundly affect how hospitals respond to complaints of sex discrimination (including ...
Jan 28th, 2015
As a healthcare provider, talk of salary is taboo because patient care comes first. If you are a curious specialist, however, and want to know how your salary compares to other physicians, Doximity launched a new tool that shows your earnings by county and specialty. You can see what areas in the United States pay more money in a specialty. For ...
Feb 22nd, 2013
By Dixon Davis, MBA, MSHA, CPPM Planning ahead when hiring new employees is a key human resources skill. When hiring new staff, you typically need a couple weeks of advertising and application gathering, some interview time, and often two weeks’ notice before this new person can actually start. Hiring a physician is a much more complex experience that ...