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As the AMA preferred provider of travel services, AHI Travel offers physicians group journeys to the world’s most fascinating places. You’ll travel in comfort and style-- in the company of other physicians--and experience each destination “up close and personal.”
Many people see themselves as too busy to take a full-fledged vacation. 1 That doesn’t mean they don’t need a vacation, just that they don’t feel they can break away for an extended period of time. However, as an alternative to taking a week or two off in a chunk, there are mini-vacation destinations in every state of the union that can offer the vacationer an enjoyable two- or three-day getaway; the time to catch your breath without feeling you’ve abandoned your work life. Here are just a few samples of the kinds of mini-vacations we’re talking about.
As the preferred provider of travel services through the AMA MVP Program, AHI Travel offers physicians group journeys to the world’s most fascinating places. You’ll travel in comfort and style-- in the company of other physicians--and experience each destination “up close and personal.”
Physician burnout is well-documented. But doctors may not realize that if they or one of their practice colleagues is suffering from burnout, chances are that at least one staff member also has the same malady. Or it could be that a burned-out staff member is contributing to the doctor’s own feelings.
According to its criteria, the Consumer
and Patient Health Information Section (CAPHIS) of the Medical Library Association* (MLA) has deemed the following ten general health websites particularly useful to physicians and/or their patients.
It’s not uncommon for medical practices to use buy-sell agreements to cover such potentially game-changing situations as the death, retirement or termination of a partner.
Grandparents in the U.S. providing more financial support despite potential harm to their own finances, according to MetLife Mature Market Institute Study
Grandparents in the U.S. are increasingly providing vital support for American families, taking on the role of financial safety net for their children and grandchildren, in some cases to the detriment of their own finances. So said a recent study conducted by the MetLife Mature Market Institute in conjunction with Generations United, a multi-generational advocacy organization, Grandparents Investing in Grandchildren: The MetLife Study on How Grandparents Share Their Time, Values, and Money.
“Never a ship sails out of bay but carries my heart as a stowaway.” – Roselle Mercier Montgomery
Performance reviews are often seen as bothersome, especially in small practices. After all, don't employees already know where they stand?
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recommend that everyone enrolled in a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Insurance Plan review their insurance each fall to make certain their drug insurance for the following calendar year will cover their prescriptions.