Clinician Lifestyle & Wellness

Clinician Lifestyle & Wellness

April 17, 2020

Over the last several years, an increasing number of hospitals are contracting with physician service groups to provide coverage for their emergency departments versus employing physicians on their own

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March 4, 2020

In honor of National Emergency Medicine Residents’ Appreciation Day, ApolloMD is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual ApolloMD Emergency Medicine Scholarship for Residents is now open to applicants. The application deadline is Monday, June 15. The recipient will be notified in July and officially announced in August.

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November 22, 2019

A snowy ACEP19 is officially in the books! ApolloMD had a wonderful time at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver and enjoyed meeting everyone who found time to stop by the booth or swing by an ApolloMD EMRA table. We are truly surrounded by the best of the best in emergency medicine during the ACEP Scientific Assembly

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July 30, 2019

Busy days and long shifts in the emergency department (ED) not only present challenges from a clinical perspective but also from a personal standpoint for some clinicians. Finding time for a quick, healthy meal during each shift is difficult and can be potentially detrimental.

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June 18, 2019

The benefits of working as an independent contractor (IC) physician are immense. In addition to receiving special tax incentives, IC physicians also have greater control over financial earnings, customized investment options and, one of the most important, more options of insurance carriers, plan types and coverage limits.

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April 9, 2019

It’s 4:00 a.m. Your eyes are heavy. The lights in the emergency department (ED) are overly bright and it’s really cold. Physicians, APCs and nurses shuffle up and down the hall, everyone moving as quickly as possible. Monitors beep from all around the department. Just as soon as one stops, another monitor starts. Team members are in one patient room then out. Now, on to the next.

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