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Jon Larson, MD

3 Ways To Ease The Symptoms Of Being A Telemedicine Physician.

Let’s face it, telemedicine is a new and exciting movement that helps both medical professionals and patients alike. Innovation and change can ultimately cause pain at first, and being a telemedicine physician can be a real pain in the gluteal cleft! Luckily I found a few ways to ease the symptoms, and now for any

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Jon Larson, MD

Contract “Gotchas” Every Physician Needs to Know: Part 2

In part one of this series I talked about a wide range of contract gotchas and what to look for during negotiations so you’re not surprised years down the road. This second part will focus on how to watch out for the tail coverage gotcha, in particular, after you leave a job. With 70% of

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Jon Larson, MD

Contract “Gotcha’s” Every Physician Needs to Know: Part 1

This is the first part of our series of doctor employment “gotcha’s” every physician needs to know. Read on to protect yourself from shifty termination clauses. No matter how far along you are in your medical career, transitions inevitably come with contracts to navigate. These employment contracts are written by your employer’s lawyer. The

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Jon Larson, MD

5 Tips for Physicians to Get a Paycheck Faster.

70% of physicians change jobs within the first 2 years of completing residency. Why? What’s going on? The world of medicine has changed a lot in the past few years, and it’s become more overwhelming than ever. As you’re entering the field, the job search is paramount. It may even determine whether or not you

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Jon Larson, MD

3 Things to Consider Before Residency Ends and Full-Time Work Begins

With a projected physician shortage of ~100,000 by 2025, you’re a hot commodity coming out of residency. But you don’t want to be thrown to the recruiter wolves unprepared. Think about what you’re looking for in a job and educate yourself now on how to navigate your career fresh out of residency. Two big

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