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  1. Michigan physician charged with fraud

    Sylvan Lake, Mich.-based osteopathic physician Rainna Brazil, DO, is facing multiple charges related to insurance fraud. 
  2. Sutter Health, medical school partner to tackle physician shortage

    Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health has partnered with Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles to address the physician shortage across California.
  3. The cities with the most, least income growth

    Miami is the city with the highest income growth, according to a Feb. 27 report on the "Happiest Cities in America" from WalletHub.

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  1. Geisinger names physician as new president, CEO

    Terry Gilliland, MD, has been appointed president of Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health and selected as the health system's next CEO.
  2. Private equity-backed physician practices jump 600%

    From 2012 to 2021, the number of physician practices owned by private equity groups jumped by more than 600%, according to a March report from Health Affairs. 
  3. Physician pay in the states with the lowest tax rates

    Alaska is the state with the lowest taxes, according to a March 4 report from personal finance website WalletHub. 
  4. Physician pay in the states with the highest tax rates

    Illinois is the state with the highest taxes, according to a March 4 report from personal finance website WalletHub. 

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  1. NFL Physicians Society names president

    James Voos, MD, has been elected president of the NFL Physicians Society.
  2. Physician burnout declined in 2023: Report

    Physician burnout saw a slight decline in 2023, according to an annual report from healthcare and life sciences market research firm InCrowd.
  3. Physicians under arrest: 5 criminal cases in 2 weeks

    Here are five physicians who have been arrested or charged with crimes, pleaded guilty or been sentenced recently, as reported by Becker's since Feb. 23:
  4. Inside the specialty earning more than $600K

    Plastic surgeons were the highest-paid physician specialty for the last three years, according to Medscape.

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  1. Community Healthcare System to rebrand

    Munster, Ind.-based Community Healthcare System is rebranding to Powers Health, effective July 1.
  2. The groups dominating physician employment

    Here are three major companies dominating physician employment:
  3. 6 private equity transactions, updates to know

    Here are six private equity transactions and updates to know that Becker's reported on in February:
  4. Physician pay in the cities with the most, fewest work hours

    Scottsdale, Ariz., is the city with the most work hours, while Burlington, Vt., has the fewest, according to a Feb. 27 report on the "Happiest Cities in America" from WalletHub.
  5. 7 physicians stepping into CEO roles | 2024

    Here are seven physicians who have recently been appointed to CEO roles, as reported by Becker's in 2024:
  6. Stark law allegations on the rise: Report 

    There was a notable increase in Stark law allegations in 2023, according to a Feb. 28 report from the law firm McDermott Will & Emery. 
  7. 6 physician workforce updates from February

    Here are six workforce updates that Becker's reported on in February:
  8. Family medicine physician pay in the least happy U.S. cities

    Detroit is the least happy city to live in, according to a Feb. 27 report on the "Happiest Cities in America" from WalletHub.
  9. 2 physician public leaders step down

    Two prominent physicians are stepping down from their public leadership roles.

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