• 7 physicians suing their former employers

     Here are seven cases of physicians suing their former employers Becker's ASC Review has covered since June 10:
  • 362,000+ people affected by spine practice data breach

    Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz is investigating claims on behalf of patients whose data may have been stolen in a data breach at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine in Carmel, Ind., the consumer rights law firm said Aug. 9.
  • Average starting salaries for the most in-demand physicians

    Merritt Hawkins and AMN Healthcare's 2022 "Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives" laid out the starting salary of the most in-demand physician specialties. 
  • 7 surgeons on the move

    Becker's has reported on seven surgeons joining new practices or receiving new appointments across six reports since Aug. 1, including a urologist, two vascular surgeons and four gastroenterologists.
  • The worst behavior physicians have seen in the workplace

    In Medscape's 2022 "Physicians Behaving Badly" report, released Aug. 19, physicians laid out the worst behavior they have witnessed from colleagues. 
  • Garnet Health closing 4 physician practices

    Orange County, N.Y.-based Garnet Health is closing four physician practices and laying off 29 employees, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification filed with the state of New York.
  • Physicians and taxes: 10 fast facts

    Medscape's 2022 physician and taxes report shows that most physicians in the country are taxed in the top 10 percent of workers in the country, and the majority of physicians feel as though they are overtaxed. 
  • Optum spent $2B on physician group

    Optum acquired Houston-based Kelsey-Seybold for around $2 billion, according to the Star Tribune.
  • 2023 CMS physician pay schedule could destabilize Medicare, AMA says

    Physicians are expecting to see a 4.42 percent pay cut in January with the proposed 2023 Medicare physician payment schedule, and paired with rising operating costs and inflation, this could further destabilize Medicare, according to a Sept. 8 article from the American Medical Association. 
  • How job openings for 7 medical specialties are expected to change over 10 years

    Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has predicted how job openings will grow for seven medical specialties, including ophthalmology and nurse anesthetists, between 2021 and 2031. 
  • Primary care providers need more than 26 hours a day to follow national care guidelines, study estimates

    Primary care providers don't have nearly enough time to provide guideline-recommended preventive, chronic disease and acute care, according to a new study. 
  • CommonSpirit, Morehouse partner to diversify clinician base

    Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health and Atlanta-based Morehouse School of Medicine — a historically Black institution — have joined forces with the intent of improving health equity by training diverse clinicians. 
  • Trinity hospital opens 'serenity suite' for staff

    Waterbury, Conn.-based Saint Mary's Hospital has opened a 'serenity suite' to support staff resiliency and wellbeing. 

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