New TeamHealth blog: "The S-Curve" by Joseph Chow, MD, President, Ambulatory Care. The S-Curve is a principle often described in business theory. Picture an “S” as the lifecycle of a business. As a business starts, there is a slow rise as your product or service is used and accepted. You hit an inflection point, where it picks up speed, and you hit your stride. Read more how this principle applies to our clinical work in TeamHealth's blog.
Join TeamHealth in Vegas and customize your own schedule to create your ideal work-life balance. TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a physician to join our inpatient primary care team in Las Vegas, Nevada. See full job details and apply here:
As part of #SpeakUpSaveLives19, listen as Dr. Dennis Whitehead shares helpful insights with Dr. Rob Strauss on avoiding burnout, creating meaning in your clinical work, and sustaining enjoyment in both your personal and professional life in today’s #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast.
In today’s blog, Dr. James Horst offers his insight on physician burnout recovery and prevention, as well as strategies to prevent burnout as part of #SpeakUpSaveLive19. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM05Z
Thanks to these Emergency Medicine and Hospital Medicine clinicians in our Northeast group who recently attended a two-day SIM course. This engaging program truly benefits our clinical teams with hands-on training and career advancement opportunities.
TeamHealth fully supports a ban on surprise medical bills, and we are actively working to reach an effective solution that protects patients and maintains their access to critical care. Learn more from Leif Murphy, TeamHealth President and CEO.
Are you a clinician passionate about mental health? TeamHealth has behavioral health and post-acute care opportunities available! Read today’s blog where Dr. Mindy Moore discusses living and working in Chicago.
EMRA sponsors the "EM Day of Service" in September as a way for emergency physicians, residents, nurses, physician assistants, and medical students to be servant leaders in our communities. The #EMDayofService is a specialty-driven event where emergency care providers identify community needs and volunteer to address those needs.
Thanks to this group of nine TeamHealth employees in our NorthEast group who volunteered at MANNA yesterday. It’s mission is to provide healthy meals to the sick.
EVP Gene Johnson
Shawn Dooley, PA-C
Darin Geracimos, MD/FMD
Alice Cotler, PA-C
Ashley Henderson, PA-C
Cathy Edson, NP
Laura Beard, NP
Kristin Massimo, PA-C
Cindi O’Boyle, PA-C, EM-CAQ
Great turnout for a great cause!
For #SpeakUpSaveLives19, Dr. Zafar Shamoon, Chief of Emergency Services at Beaumont Dearborn Hospital in Michigan, shares his own experience of suffering from clinical burnout, as well as useful tips and techniques for recognizing and addressing clinical burnout and achieving a healthier work-life balance with Dr. Rob Strauss on today's #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMcV2
Many of us have been impacted by suicide not only in our personal lives but also in our professional lives. Suicide rates in healthcare professionals and the increasing rate of physician burnout is staggering. Read today’s blog by Dr. Heather Owen where she speaks about her own experience with burnout for #WSPD.