Jun 06, 2023
Despite Shortages, Physician Compensation and Productivity Increased in 2022
May 26, 2023
While compensation for primary care physicians increased 2.28% in 2022, inflation rose by 6.5% over the same time. However, despite staffing shortages, healthcare hires are poised to increase, especially in part-time or flexible-schedule physician roles. As reported by Revcycle Intelligence.
Is the State of Emergency Medicine Facing an Emergency?
May 22, 2023
An increased number of accredited emergency medicine residency programs has caused an oversupply of emergency physicians in the job market. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough facilities to employ them. The pandemic put a strain on ERs causing many to close meaning less need for staff. The good news? The FTC is making structural moves to help emergency-trained physicians find fulfilling positions. Reported by Health eCareers.
As Job Satisfaction Decreases, Nurses Continue to Leave the Workforce
May 15, 2023
Despite the COVID-19 public health emergency ending, nurses are continuing to leave the healthcare workforce. In fact, 3 out of 10 nurses plan to exit the industry, citing burnout, well-being, and a feeling of being underappreciated. From Revcycle Intelligence.