Residency to Retirement Resource Center

Reduce your 2019 tax bill before year's end

November 14, 2019
Many physicians have just filed their 2018 tax returns – if they filed on extension – but it is already time to take steps to reduce the…
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Everyday solutions to reduce implicit bias in health care

October 21, 2019
NEW ORLEANS — Unconscious biases remain pervasive in everyday interactions between health care providers and patients and lead to worse…
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A budget can keep millennial physicians' spending in check

September 26, 2019
New physicians are often disappointed with their bank account when they start their first jobs, even after several months of being in practice…
Residency to Retirement Resource Center

Protect what you already have

September 26, 2019
Many young physicians, fellows and residents look at their financial situation and do not think of themselves as owning any significant assets, never…
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Use financial modeling to evaluate first job opportunities

September 26, 2019
Newly minted physicians can often be idealistic when looking for their first jobs. After years of hard work, relocation and delayed gratification, it…
Residency to Retirement Resource Center

Aim for the best, plan for the worst: Protect against malpractice liability

September 26, 2019
Many experienced physicians, at one time or another, have worried about being sued for malpractice (or another risk) because of a bad patient outcome…
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Manage student loan debt at every career stage

September 26, 2019
Physicians who are finishing their training and starting their first jobs are often disappointed by the onerous burden of student loan debt. Given…
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Retirement planning 101: Understand six retirement tools available to physicians

September 26, 2019
Achieving a comfortable retirement is a leading financial goal for most physicians, including millennials who may continue to practice for many…
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Generation Z ‘coming soon to a workforce near you’ – Are you ready?

September 13, 2019
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Workplaces and managers who may or may not have just grown acquainted with — and successfully integrated —…

370 medical groups petition Congress for prior authorization reform

September 11, 2019
The American College of Rheumatology has joined 369 other patient, physician and health care professional groups in calling on Congress to pass a…

Wyanoke Group announces Healio rebranding

August 19, 2019
In an effort to improve the user experience for its health provider audiences, the Wyanoke Group is rebranding its live event, digital and publishing…
In the Journals

Many NFL running backs, wide receivers return to play after concussion

August 14, 2019
There was a high percentage of National Football League running backs and wide receivers who were able to return to play after concussion, according…

History of concussion linked to increased risk of injury in college football players

July 2, 2019
Sports-related concussion history correlated with a greater musculoskeletal injury risk, according to results presented at the National Athletic…

Athletic trainers report low collegiate compliance to athlete-centered care legislation

June 26, 2019
Results of a survey presented at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Clinical Symposia and AT Expo showed a greater need for collegiate…
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Nearly half of stem cell clinics lack physicians trained in advertised treatments

June 25, 2019
Among companies who advertise unproven, direct-to-consumer stem cell therapies and employ at least one physician, only about half claimed to treat…
In the Journals

Oral contraceptives may protect women from serious knee injuries

June 6, 2019
A recent study found that oral contraceptive pills may provide protection against anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, injuries, particularly in young…
In the Journals

NFL players more likely to die of heart, brain-related disease than MLB players

May 24, 2019
Former professional football players had higher all-cause, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and mortality rates vs. former professional baseball…
Meeting News

Controlling your online reputation requires minimal time, effort

April 29, 2019
LOS ANGELES — Social media is a powerful tool that connects physicians with patients and other providers and offers a space for important…
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VIDEO: Physicians must nurture the engaged patient

April 13, 2019
VIENNA — In this exclusive video from the International Liver Congress 2019, Wayne Eskridge, founder and CEO of the Fatty Liver Foundation…
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Clinical guidelines from North American specialty societies often biased, have conflicts of interest

April 2, 2019
Clinical practice guidelines issued by specialty societies in North America often call for greater use of services associated to their own…