Healthcare Staffing & Education

Gastroenterologist and Oncologist Supply Not Evenly Distributed at the Market Level

Each year, the Health Resources & Services Administration updates projections for healthcare workforce supply and demand at both state and national levels. Multiple specialties are projected to approach 100% adequacy nationally, including gastroenterologists and hematologists/oncologists. By 2036, gastroenterologists are projected to be 97.7% adequate and hematologists/oncologists are projected to be 96.9% adequate nationally. Despite the […]

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Physician Compensation in the PPM Context

PPM deals are one of the hottest trends in the transaction environment with healthcare professionals. On this episode of The Corner Series, McGuireWoods’ Geoff Cockrell is joined by fellow partner and chair of the firm’s Healthcare Department, Holly Buckley, along with Justin Chamblee, president of the Coker Group, a healthcare consulting firm that advises leading

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America’s Newest Doctors Fuel Efforts to Unionize

A new generation of doctors struggling with ever-increasing workloads and crushing student debt is helping drive unionization efforts in a profession that historically hasn’t organized. Physicians in training, like their peers in other industries, increasingly see unions as a way to boost their pay and protect themselves against grueling working conditions as they launch their

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Bicycle Health Clinicians Unionize in Landmark Move for Digital Addiction Treatment

Clinicians at substance use disorder (SUD) provider Bicycle Health won their union election in a landmark moment for the digital SUD industry. The National Labor Relations Board tallied votes on Monday, April 15 and found that 64% of ballots favored unionizing with the Union of American Physicians and Dentists (UAPD). “Today marks an important win

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Physician Pay Rose a Modest 3% in 2023. Here Are the Specialties That Saw the Biggest Gains

Physicians made steady pay gains last year, as total compensation grew by a modest 3%, increasing from an average of $352,000 to $363,000. However, any contentment about compensation gains was undercut by the effects of high inflation rates throughout 2023 and Medicare reimbursement cuts, according to Medscape’s 2024 physician compensation report. The report, based on

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