Healthcare Trends For Job Seekers

HEALTHCARE TRENDS

Professional Development with Dr. Lori Solomon

February 6, 2020 – Dr. Lori Solomon, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at New York Medical College, stopped by Tal Healthcare to provide the team of recruiters and account managers with some professional development. Among the many topics discussed were behavioral health, physician burnout, value-based care, medical school and residency training […]

New York City Medical Schools Encourage Diversity by Reducing Student Debt

Becoming a physician is a lofty dream for many. One that includes a top education, respectability and great compensation.  However, compensation is complicated for physicians, especially considering the cost of medical school. Four years of medical school can cost about $250,000, leaving the average student with $190,000 in student debt at graduation. If you add on to this the cost of living, the interest accrued on debt while in residency and […]

5 Healthcare Trends to be Grateful for

The healthcare industry continues to expand to meet the needs of an aging and growing population. There is an increasing demand for healthcare professionals including physicians, nurses, technologists, coders, and leaders. While some workforce shortages exist, there have been many advancements and innovations to help fill in the gaps. These are some of the healthcare […]

9 Ways Nurse Practitioners are Transforming Medicine

November 11-17 is National Nurse Practitioner (NP) week. 

Ten Critical Trends Impacting Healthcare in 2018

  Now that the eventful healthcare year of 2017 is behind us, what can we expect from the healthcare industry in 2018? Last year, healthcare faced many changes.  In 2018, the rate of change will increase as healthcare continues to evolve.  Entering the year 2018, these are some of the emerging trends to watch:  1. Continuing […]

Globalization and Physician Movement

HOW GLOBALIZATION’S PLACEMENT OR DISPLACEMENT OF PHYSICIANS IS IMPACTING HEALTHCARE

Learning From Physician Burnout

Most physicians think they are burning out – over 60% in a recent survey. 6% reported severe burnout. Is this crisis just a collection of individuals with problems? Or purely a consequence of EHR and bureaucratic tasks?