Maintaining seamless malpractice coverage is a critical issue for all physicians. Over the last several years this has become a particularly challenging issue as physicians’ job opportunities became more transient in nature. Faced with a seemingly endless array of employment opportunities, many doctors can now choose when and where they work. The explosion of hospitalist Continue Reading »
Written on June 21, 2013 at 5:41 pm, by Jackie Johnston
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