Decoding Your Physician Employment Contract

    Employment contracts can give anyone a headache. Besides being written in legal language, which is foreign to most people, they can be boring, confusing, and take a while to complete. Thankfully, we are making physician employment contracts a little easier to understand. In this post, we are going to explain some of the basics about employment contracts, from restrictive covenants to indemnification, to malpractice insurance. Contacting a professional is always beneficial, however, this post will give you more confidence when looking at your contract.
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    The ABCs of Physician Employment Contracts

    Employment contracts are a big and complicated topic. The best way to handle your employment contract is to take a serious, balanced approach. You should take the time to read it carefully and take into consideration the option of having a professional look at it. If you find anything that raises concerns, you should ask for reasonable changes. In this post, we’re going to cover some of the basics of employment contracts, from negotiation to termination. This post will cover some basics about physician employment contracts, but don't hesitate to contact a professional if you have any doubts regarding your contract!
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    Physician Contract Review Q&A

    This Q&A section is from a webinar done with Matt Wiggins and physician contract specialist attorney Roderick Holloman. A shortened version of these questions has been edited for your convenience.
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    What Type of Life Insurance Do You Need? And How Much?

    What you'll find is that it’s in deciding which type of life insurance to get where many doctors make mistakes that end up costing them money, so let's go in-depth into the different kinds of life insurance.
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    Do You Need Life Insurance?

    TLDR: Yes. Want more? Check out the rest of the article!
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    How to Find Your Dream Position

    When researching and applying for positions, the first important thing to do is to change your thinking. During your applications for medical school and residency, the goal was to be accepted. By contrast, during your search for a job you are also deciding whether a position will be a good fit for you in the long term. They’re not just screening you, but you’re screening them too. Check out our top tips to find out if this is actually your dream position.
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    The 4 Things Residents Need to Do Before the End of Training

    Do you have questions about transitioning from your training program to your first attending position? We have a checklist that will cover the most important aspects of the process.
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    4 Tips to Perfect Your CV and Resume

    The beginning of your last year of training is when you’ll want to refresh and update your resume. Your resume may get only 30 to 60 seconds of consideration by a potential employer, so remember that it’s your chance to impress. In this article, we'll be discussing the top 4 tips to perfect your CV or resume.
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    Top 10 Interviewing Tips for Physicians

    ​Around this time each year, we post our top 10 tips for Interviewing as a way to educate and help residents and fellows improve in this critical area of transitioning from training to practice. These interviewing tips, along with a professional CV, will help you to land the perfect position for you.
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    Dealing With Medical Student Loan Debt

    Physicians today are graduating medical school with a higher average medical student loan debt than the residents and fellows who came before them. The need for physicians is pressing but the cost to become one is higher than ever. So how can you deal with your medical student loan debt?
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