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The Significance Of Doctors

09th March 2011
Field like primary care fields of general and family medicine, internal medicine, and general paediatrics are the best for doctors. Doctors have no hang ups being salaried employees of group medical practices, clinics, or health care networks. It takes ma... Read >
Author: MarjorieLackey

The Importance Of Doctors

18th February 2011
Opportunities for physicians would be best in the primary care fields of general and family medicine, internal medicine, and general pediatrics. Doctors now a days are very comfortable being salaried employees of group medical practices, clinics, or healt... Read >
Author: robiberkley

Anxiety And Stress - Natural Techniques To Overcome Them So You Can Find Tranquility

15th July 2010
More than ever, scientific surveys are proving the primary responsibility of stress in causing and aggravating a lot of physical and emotional afflictions. A cover story in a 1983 issue of Time Magazine labeled stress "The Epidemic of the Eighties." The j... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

Treating Tinnitus - Seeking the Right Ear Doctor to Treat your Tinnitus

15th April 2010
In treating tinnitus, the most recommended suggestion is to consult a doctor or an ear specialist. Finding the right doctor is also important to make sure that your tinnitus will be properly diagnosed and evaluated.Treating a tinnitus disorder becomes a d... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

ObGyn Field Struggles In Present Economic & Political Climates

07th April 2010
A current study illustrates that med students are supposedly trending to not specialize in gynecology and/or obstetrics because of the exorbitant cost of malpractice insurance coverage. Lawsuits, among additional factors, have been the cause of insurance ... Read >
Author: Robert

Anxiety And Stress - Natural Ways To Dissipate Them So You Can Relax

01st March 2010
More than ever before scientific surveys are attesting the essential role stress can play in causing and aggravating different physical and emotional disorders. In the June 6, 1983 issue of Time Magazine, the cover story described stress as "The Epidemic ... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

Demographics and Economy Impact on Orthopedic Market

15th January 2010
Orthopedic Job Outlook US Department of Labor, states that about three to four percent of all physicians (about 20,000) are specialized in Orthopedic Surgery. Over 50 % of all orthopedic surgeons practice general orthopedics, while eleven percent pract... Read >
Author: Robert

Implementing Change in the Healthcare System

08th January 2010
For many of us change is a difficult process. In organizations like healthcare it seems to advance at a snail's pace sometimes. There is a need for change in healthcare, most agree, though we would be hard pressed to agree upon the changes needed. One inc... Read >
Author: Jewell Hardin

Chiropractic Job Security in an Insecure Market

28th September 2009
Today's students are not as starry eyed as yesterday's idealists. In the past the majority of students would follow a dream, believing that if they did what they really loved, the money would eventually follow. In a global economy where downsizing is the ... Read >
Author: Kaleb

Electronic Medical Records - The Pros and Cons

09th April 2009
In this digital age, more and more bulks of information which used to be paper-based, from library catalogues to telephone books, are digitized and stored in a central location for easy access. The idea of EMRs started about 40 years ago. The main prop... Read >
Author: HWNTeam
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