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  1. Most represented specialties on the Castle Connolly 2023 'Exceptional Women in Medicine' list

    Castle Connolly has released its 2023 "Exceptional Women in Medicine" list, which recognized 8,458 physicians across 77 specialties who demonstrate leadership, expertise and dedication in their respective specialties.
  2. Ochsner Baton Rouge adds 6 new specialists

    Ochsner Baton Rouge (La.) has added six new staff members across a variety of specialties, according to a March 28 report from The Advocate. 
  3. Dr. Steven Kalkanis named CEO of Henry Ford Hospital

    Steven Kalkanis, MD, has been selected as Detroit-based Henry Ford Hospital's next CEO and executive vice president, The National Herald reported March 25. 

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  1. Phoenix Children's Hospital names director of neurology

    Neil Friedman, MD, has been named director of the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's, one of the largest pediatric neuroscience programs in the country. 
  2. 10 numbers from workforce reports physicians should know

    Here are ten numbers to know from reports Becker's has covered since March 20:
  3. Stanford Medicine Children's Health appoints pediatric neurosurgery chief

    Cormac Maher, MD, has been named chief of pediatric neurosurgery at Stanford Medicine Children's Health in Palo Alto, Calif. 
  4. Castle Connolly names 2023 'Exceptional Women in Medicine'

    Castle Connolly has released its 2023 "Exceptional Women in Medicine" list, which honors physicians across the United States who demonstrate leadership, expertise and dedication in their respective specialties.

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  1. Physician sues Corewell Health, alleges religious discrimination

    A Michigan physician is suing Grand Rapids and Southfield, Mich.-based health system Corewell Health for alleged religious discrimination, according to a March 27 news report from ABC affiliate WXYZ WXYZ.
  2. Terns Oncology names chief medical officer

    Emil Kuriakose, MD, has been named chief medical officer of Terns Oncology, a division of clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company Terns Pharmaceuticals.
  3. 8 physician legal battles in the spotlight

    Here are eight court cases involving providers that have made headlines since March 17:
  4. Michigan OB-GYN practice resolves federal complaint over alleged refusal to provide sign language interpreter

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights and U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Michigan have resolved an alleged federal civil rights complaint against Dearborn Obstetrics and Gynecology in Dearborn, Mich.

2 tech leaders on Orlando VA Medical Center's path to innovation

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  1. Memorial Healthcare names chief medical officer, associate chief medical officer

    Aharon Sareli, MD, has been named chief medical officer of Hollywood, Fla.-based Memorial Healthcare System, and Holly Neville, MD, was appointed associate chief medical officer.
  2. Top 10 lowest-paid physician specialities

    The following are the 10 lowest-paid physician specialities in the U.S., according to data from the "2023 Doximity Physician Compensation Report." The online network service determined the pay growth by analyzing tens of thousands of job postings across its network for 2022.
  3. Top 10 highest-paid physician specialities

    Here are the top 10 highest-paid physician specialities in the United States, according to the 2023 Doximity Physician Compensation Report:
  4. Physician specialties with the largest gender pay gap

    Oral and maxillofacial surgeons have the largest pay gap between men and women, with female surgeons earning an average of $173,102 less than their male counterparts annually, according to Doximity's "2023 Physician Compensation Report." 
  5. How economic pressures are affecting physicians' career plans

    Thirty percent of physicians are likely to pursue side gigs to offset economic pressures such as inflation and Medicare payment cuts, according to Doximity's "2023 Physician Compensation Report." 
  6. Are physicians willing to take pay cuts for more autonomy, work-life balance?

    Seventy-one percent of physicians have taken or would consider taking pay cuts for more autonomy or work-life balance, according to Doximity's "2023 Physician Compensation Report." 
  7. Penn State Health Children's taps Dr. Yatin Vyas as vice president and physician leader

    Yatin Vyas, MD, has been selected as the new vice president and physician leader for Hershey, Pa.-based Penn State Health Children's Hospital. 

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