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Teaching physicians how to lead

Teaching physicians how to lead

By Maria Castellucci  |  March 25, 2017

Dr. Jennifer Hauler, an osteopathic physician, was juggling several leadership roles in 2014 when she decided to get an MBA.

Doctor turns movie producer to bring historical drama to screen

Doctor turns movie producer to bring historical drama to screen

By Modern Healthcare  |  March 25, 2017

Dr. Eric Esrailian can now make a glamorous addition to his CV: movie producer. The UCLA gastroenterologist played a major role in bring to the screen the “The Promise,” a historical drama about the Armenian genocide starring Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac.

Changing how doctors get paid

Changing how doctors get paid

By Dave Barkholz  |  March 11, 2017

Hospitals and physician groups across the country are beefing up merit pay for quality and patient satisfaction in their physician compensation plans. But Geisinger Health System is doing something radically different.

Trump's immigration ban puts a damper on Match Day

Trump's immigration ban puts a damper on Match Day

By Adam Rubenfire  |  March 11, 2017

The Trump administration's recent immigration actions may cause uncertainty for some international medical graduates seeking residency, in addition to medical professionals seeking fellowships or employment in the U.S.

Hospitals' residency programs must abide by Title IX

By Maria Castellucci  |  March 09, 2017

In a first-of-its-kind decision, a federal appellate court ruled hospitals with residency programs can be sued under Title IX if they fail to protect residents from gender discrimination.

Splash hopes to tackle med school debt

Splash hopes to tackle med school debt

By Crain's Cleveland Business  |  March 06, 2017

Each year 18,000 to 19,000 students graduate from medical school — most of them with a disturbing sum of debt. In fact, the average medical school debt balance is now $189,165, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Illinois tornadoes test hospital's emergency plans

By Maria Castellucci  |  March 01, 2017

A few hours before a tornado touched down Tuesday night in Ottawa, a southwest Chicago suburb, frontline staff at OSF St. Elizabeth Medical Center was preparing to receive a score of patients injured in the aftermath.

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