Your identity as a physician is tough to get away from when you step away from the profession. Still, retirement is a unique opportunity that can take you in a completely different direction or provide new opportunities in medicine. From part-time locum tenens work to medical editing or writing, here are some ideas if you’re […]
In this KevinMD.com podcast/article, the nurse practitioner sums up their current feelings in the last words of the piece: “If I leave now, I still deal with this for months, plus all of my patient’s grief and feelings of betrayal. If I stay, maybe it will get better. It could hardly get worse. But in […]
Saving for retirement can be overwhelming with so many individual factors at play. You’ve worked hard your whole life, so why can’t you enjoy the fruits of your labor when you’re finished practicing? This article presents many things to consider when planning your financial future and details some benchmarks and metrics that will help you […]
Nearly half of physicians report the desire to work part-time or in a volunteer capacity upon retirement, a sentiment endorsed by the American Medical Association (AMA). The AMA also recommends retired physicians pursue meaningful activities that will offer a sense of purpose during retirement. But what do you choose? Here is a list of seven […]
There are plenty of options when it comes to working part-time as a physician. With all the hours you spent in residency, school, fellowship, and treating patients, it may be time for a well-deserved break that lets you explore different options in medicine. Before you start to burn out, investigate taking on one of these […]
The survey demonstrates the rapid adoption of telemedicine, with 48% of physicians respondents reporting that they are now treating patients through telemedicine, but the pandemic is also creating significant disruption as some physicians are furloughed and others consider practice changes.