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Battle Stress and Physician Burnout with 5 Tips

“Burnout,” a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion, plagues medical professionals worldwide. According to Medscape’s 2018 National Physician Burnout & Depression Report, 42 percent of physician respondents experience burnout. Unfortunately, this high level of stress often begins in medical school, intensifying as a physician’s career progresses.

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In Recognition of National Doctors’ Day

March 30 marks the annual celebration of doctors across the United States. Although we are always appreciative of the commitments and achievements of our practicing physicians, this year, it means a little more.

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6 Helpful Resources for Medical Professionals

The healthcare landscape is constantly shifting and evolving. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are seeing even more drastic changes. As facilities and medical professionals grapple with the increased demand for services, we would like to offer resources to help during the uncertainty. Read on to explore six websites that can educate and empower healthcare leaders and physicians as they work to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

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COVID-19 Response

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world faces uncertainty. We recognize our vital duty to support both our healthcare leaders and our medical providers. We understand the severity of this pandemic. Our priority is to help hospitals and medical professionals safely deliver quality patient care amid the physician shortage.


4 Tech Trends to Tap Into

As the healthcare landscape shifts toward value-based care and embraces pricing transparency, it’s imperative for facility leaders to keep up with the best tools to enhance patient care. Technology has helped make a variety of innovative moves, each one propelling new, positive changes in the field. Today, we have rounded up four important articles highlighting tech trends worth tapping into.

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Honoring Hospitalists, Our Innovative Physicians

In 1996, the term “hospitalist,” defined as an inpatient physician who coordinates care for hospitalized patients, appeared for the first time in the New England Journal of Medicine. Since then, hospitalist has swiftly become the fastest-growing medical specialty, and hospitalists have made significant contributions to the everchanging healthcare landscape.

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10 Things to Love About Lebanon, NH

New Hampshire has consistently been ranked as one of the best places to live and work in the United States. With no income or sales tax, this state, and Lebanon in particular, offers the added benefits of being a beautiful area that combines history, industry, and business. Oh, and did we mention there’s a current position available through Optimum Permanent Placement?

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4 Ways VR will Enhance Medicine in 2020

Although virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are buzzwords associated with video games, they are becoming a game-changer in healthcare. Many hospitals and health systems are still finding ways to incorporate VR into their programs; this immersive technology’s capabilities seem almost limitless. So, what are we looking forward to most in 2020? In today’s post, we have highlighted four ways that VR will enhance medicine this year.

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10 Reasons We’re Sold on Sellersville, PA

Nestled in Bucks County in Pennsylvania, Sellersville is conveniently located 25 miles from the city of Philadelphia and just 75 miles from New York City. Residents receive the benefit of living in quiet, safe neighborhoods with city amenities just a quick day trip away. If you’re hoping to relocate to the perfect combination of delightful downtowns and charming countryside, Sellersville should be on your list. No matter your preference for hobbies, you’ll find it in Bucks County! And, Optimum Permanent Placement happens to have a current medical position available.

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Fast Facts for National Women Physicians Day

Do you know the significance of the name Elizabeth Blackwell? In 1849, she became the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States, paving the way for a number of additional wins for female physicians. Medicine is a field that has seen incredible advancements and innovation, both technologically and culturally. Today, we are pleased to pay tribute to this particularly significant milestone for both women and the physician workforce.