PracticeLink Magazine

Winter 2019

The career development quarterly for physicians of all specialties, PracticeLink Magazine provides readers with feature articles, compensation stats, helpful job search tips—as well as recruitment ads from organizations across the U.S.

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PracticeLink.com W INTER 2019 43 RIGHT HERE IN DELAWARE. At Bayhealth, our physicians have access to sandy beaches, boutique and outlet shopping, and countless water sports. With major cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York within close driving distance — the possibilities are endless. Bayhealth is central and southern Delaware's largest health care system and is an affiliate of Penn Medicine in heart and vascular, cancer, and orthopaedics. To learn more about available medical staff positions, contact Physician Recruiter Mark Douyard at 302-744-6603 or email him at Mark_Douyard@bayhealth.org. BAYHEALTH.ORG Find your place on our team. Sentara Medical Group Innovation. Transformation. Quality. We Improve Health Every Day Sentara Medical Group, a division of the not-for-profit Sentara Healthcare, brings together more than 1,100 providers across Virginia and North Carolina. We are recognized as one of the nation's top integrated and progressive healthcare systems. Come share in our mission to improve health every day and help cultivate our vision to be the healthcare choice of the communities we serve. Sentara is dedicated to people, quality, patient safety, service and integrity. Benefits include: -Competitive compensation -Generous CME -Employer paid retirement options 403b with company match Pension plan -Flexible schedules Please contact Holli McConnell, Physician Recruitment Manager at hdmcconn@sentara.com or visit sentara.com. physicians can impact more patients while helping hospitals and health care systems make better decisions and reduce costs. Don't wait for an official title In the business world, budding leaders learn the art of managing up, down and across — or in other words, finding ways to influence the workplace even when they aren't in charge. Physicians can benefit from learning to do the same. This starts with recognizing opportunities to help not only their patients and their subordinates but also colleagues at all levels. Mark Deshur, M.D., MBA, vice chair of operations in the department of anesthesiology, critical care and pain medicine at NorthShore University HealthSystem in Chicago, has found this to be true in his own career. He says he knew from the beginning that he would eventually seek some sort of leadership role, explaining, "I knew I wanted to be part of the decision-making process, not just subject to others' decisions." Deshur learned early on that you don't have to wait until you have formal authority to contribute ideas to improve your workplace. "We have so many people in my practice who are leaders without titles," he says. "Even without a formal role, you can make a difference in how things are being done. You see an opportunity to do something a little differently and a little better, and that improves things for everyone else." And making suggestions isn't just good for others. It's also good for you. "It creates more career satisfaction and better engagement

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