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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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PracticeLink.com   FALL 2017 35 Job Opportunities Available ■ Family Medicine ■ Internal Medicine ■ Urgent Care ■ Neurology ■ Infectious Disease ■ Hospitalist ■ Emergency Medicine ■ OB Hospitalist For more information, please contact Aymee Quinn, Senior Manager—Physician Recruitment at Aymee.Quinn@asante.org or (541) 789-5435 Beautiful Southern Oregon asante.org F I N D A J O B T O D A Y ! V I S I T T H E A L L N E W A C P ' s C A R E E R C O N N E C T I O N Trusted by 148,000 internists, subspecialists, & hospitalists. CAREERS.ACPONLINE.ORG of that. However, first making sure the organization and community are good fits for you and your family will help the contract and compensation negotiations be much easier. Both you and the employer will be willing to give and take if they're confident in a long-term arrangement. Understand: Who's on your job-search team As you schedule interviews, you can ask your in-house recruiter about common employment contract terms and negotiable points. In- house recruiters are employed by the hospital, clinic or practice. You can also ask how compensation is handled in the contract and within the particular location or area you will be working. Organizations write contracts to cover many different physicians and specialties; therefore, there are areas in the contract that will not be negotiable. Other sections, such as those covering signing bonuses, loan repayments and moving expenses, may be topics for discussion. Understand: How you will be paid It is important to ask the right questions to u ndersta nd how you will be paid. Some things to consider: Is the position with a teaching facility with a salary and incentives? Is it a private practice or employed position that uses wR vu s (Work Relative Value Units) to determine compensation based on work performed and appropriate billing practices? Most income packages offered to new physicians are determined

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