PracticeLink Magazine

FALL 2017

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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J O B D O C T O R   FALL 2017 27 If you are seeking a responsive, innovative culture in which to launch your career, look no further. Hartford HealthCare Medical Group is a physician-led multi-specialty group affiliated with Hartford HealthCare, the largest integrated health system in Connecticut—with more than 300 providers practicing primary care in 30 locations and specialty care in more than 30 specialties. Our focus on innovation is leading to improved outcomes for our patients and—just as important—increased satisfaction for our physicians. 80% of our payer contracts include reimbursement for value. Specialty opportunities with stipends are available in Neurology and Psychiatry. We also feature behavioral health providers, Care Managers and Social Workers in our primary care practices, and shared medical appointments to improve chronic disease management. Located just two hours from Boston and New York City , we are in the heart of some of New England's most stunning communities. We offer competitive pay and robust benefits, and training stipends to Primary Care, Psychiatry and Neurology residents completing training in 2017. Join New England's Primary Care Innovator. We invite you to learn even more. Please email Patricia Lowicki, Director of Physician Recruitment and Retention, at, or call 860-558-6591. Career | Family | Patients | Lifestyle | Everything Matters 7 hospitals | 680+ physicians | 240 practice sites | 24 GME programs Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities • Females • Protected Veterans • Individuals with Disabilities IT ALL HAPPENS If truly caring for patients and making a difference in the community is the reason you became a doctor, then join us in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. You will feel right at home here with us. Reach out to us at 800-856-5206 or visit several pages long. Be sure to include all your education, including residencies and fellowship training. List the following— especially the most relevant: • Honors • Awards • Patents • Speaking engagements • Publications Creating a C v is not an open invitation to be verbose. For example, while you definitely want to list accomplishments for each position, list no more than five under each position. Choose accomplishments that are not only significant, but also relevant to the position for which you're applying. Make sure your achievements shine Recruiters will be looking for your ability to deliver results, so list your key achievements. Be specific about the goals you achieved. Rather than something vague like, "led new process implementation," state what the new process was, your role in the project and the impact on the organization. Share numbers Across industries, there is an increasing focus on metrics. The more you ca n qu a nti f y you r accomplishments, the better. You can use actual numbers (such as "Lau nched asthma commu nity outreach program and enrolled 125 patients") or percentages ("Developed new ablation method reducing procedure time by an average of 7 percent").

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