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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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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Physician, recruit thyself…

Physician recruiting and staffing is stuck in the 1980s; a great decade for music and fashion, but, well, charmingly devoid of modern internet technology. The healthcare staffing industry suffers from a lack of progress past this era, using those same antiquated physician recruiting methods and having a complete lack of transparency. Without companies using any

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What Are Major Causes of Physician Burnout?

The U.S. physician shortage is projected to hit 130,000 by 2025. This means that doctors are working overtime to cover the country’s healthcare needs and Physician burnout has become a serious issue. Emergency Medicine Physicians have it the worst: as medical students choose to enter areas of the medical profession other than primary care,

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What do millennial medical professionals seek in a career?

Guest post by Austin Essenburg, a MS-4 at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio who interned with MedSpoke and is going into his emergency physician residency. Introduction by Dr. Jon Larson, MBA As the workforce shifts to be predominantly millennials, the systems managing this flow are not. Medicine in particular is slow

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The Next Endangered Species: A Career in Medicine

As a volunteer in the General Surgical Ward at North Phoenix Baptist Hospital in the early 90s I received an abundance of advice. I was a high school junior with aspirations of becoming a physician, yet the preponderance of physicians I encountered unabashedly and emphatically advised me against it. The consensus was that physicians were

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