PracticeLink Magazine

SUMMER 2014

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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SUMMER 2014 PracticeLink.com | 61 Continued to measure. "I didn't really understand how someone's value is determined— nor did I ask," she says. "But you really need to know so you have a sense of what the future holds." Whatever the situation, you want to corral as many details as possible. No topic is too small to entertain during the interview and request in the contract. Make it clear, for instance, how you'll be sharing overhead, especially if you don't do the niche high-tech procedures your partner is skilled at or you're not in the off ce every day. Do you expect the organization to cover your continu- ing medical education or professional fees? And even though partnerships and buy-ins are routine interview grist, get the timing in writing. Conversely, learn how the non-compete clause re- ally works. When Michael Pokabla, D.O., was searching for his f rst glaucoma position in 2010, he didn't focus on money-relat- ed questions when he interviewed. But two years later when he and his wife de- cided to relocate from southern Illinois to upstate New York, he paid closer at- tention to what a partnership could look like. Hoping that his new position with Albany-based Glaucoma Consultants of the Capital Region would be long-term, Pokabla probed until he was comfort- able that the practice's buy-in schedule and terms matched his needs. They did. "Most groups know after a year or two where things are going," he says. "But if your contract suggests waiting longer to start the process, you might be waiting too long." Karen Jones, M.D., FACP Medical Director of Quality and Innovation WellSpan Medical Group Defne your practice and grow with us! WellSpan Health is looking for physicians who share our desire to understand and care for our communities in central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. Join our physician-led WellSpan Medical Group of 500+ providers— many of whom serve in key strategic leadership positions across the system. Achieve both professional and personal growth in a coordinated health care organization that is transforming care through technology and innovative new models of care. Our providers enjoy: • Support of a financially healthy, strategically innovative health care organization • Opportunities in teaching, research and new program development • Healthy work/life balance • Competitive compensation • Nationally ranked hospitals and health system • Low physician turnover • Close proximity to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. We are currently hiring in all specialties. Send CV to: Laura Myers, Director, Physician Recruitment Lmyers9@wellspan.org (866) 230-1477 For additional information: www.WellSpanCareers.org Whatever the situation, you want to corral as many details as possible. No topic is too small to entertain during the interview and request in the contract. 2 4 3 - S u m 1 4 . i n d d 6 1 243-Sum14.indd 61 6 / 1 2 / 1 4 5 : 5 8 P M 6/12/14 5:58 PM

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