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  1. 10 best, worst cities to retire

    Tampa, Fla., is the best city to retire, while Baltimore is the worst, according to personal finance site WalletHub. 
  2. ASC chain dominance: 5 stats to know 

    Here are five statistics on the growth of ASC chains:
  3. Dr. Malachy Sullivan joins Northern Light Cardiology

    Bangor, Maine-based Northern Light Cardiology has added Malachy Sullivan, MD, to its team of cardiologists. 

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  1. How America's richest physician became a billionaire

    America's richest physician, Thomas Frist Jr., MD, has a net worth of $22.2 billion, according to Forbes' live net worth tracker. 
  2. The best states for nurse practitioners

    New York has been named the best state for nurse practitioners in 2023 by nursing and healthcare education guide Nursing Process.
  3. 3 physician billionaires with a combined $28.6B net worth

    Here are the three richest physicians in the U.S., according to Forbes' 37th annual list of the world's richest people in 2023: 
  4. 2 gastroenterology leaders on the move

    Here are two leaders that have landed leadership positions in the gastroenterology-focused management service organization space that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 28:

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  1. Why investors are eyeing gastroenterology

    Investors are keeping a close eye on gastroenterology, according to McDermott Health's "2023 Physician Practice Management" report.
  2. 15 states with the most ASCs

    California has the most ASCs of any state and Vermont has the fewest, according to the most recent data from CMS. 
  3. Why physicians are selling to hospitals 

    The percentage of physicians who work in private practice has decreased from 60.1 percent in 2012 to 46.7 percent in 2022, according to recently released analysis of 10 years of data on physician practice arrangements conducted by the American Medical Association. 
  4. Swagel Wootton Eye Institute completes ASC renovation

    Mesa, Ariz.-based Swagel Wootton Eye Institute has completed renovations on its Mesa ASC, updating interiors, adding additional space for nurses and enhancing its layout for medical and surgical eyecare services. 

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  1. 10 workforce trends healthcare leaders should monitor

    The workforce has cycled through various trends in recent months, and healthcare is no exception. 
  2. 5 highest paid anesthesiologists in Los Angeles

    The highest paid anesthesiologist in Los Angeles earns $721,900 per year, according to Medscape's salary reporter tool, which is much higher than the mean annual wage of $302,970 anesthesiologists make according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  3. The 3 best hospitals in Wisconsin for cardiac care

    Healthgrades has ranked the top 100 hospitals for cardiac care in 2023, including three hospitals in Wisconsin.
  4. East Alabama Health opens new GI center

    Opelika-based East Alabama Health has opened the new Gastroenterology Center of East Alabama Medical Center to identify, treat and prevent gastrointestinal conditions and digestive issues. 
  5. Iowa senator proposes legislation to address physician shortages

    U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa is aiming to address physician shortages in the state through the passage of the DOCTORS Act, which would reallocate unused nondomestic physician waivers to states that used up all of their waivers. 
  6. Anesthesiologist accused of assaulting multiple patients on Army base 

    A Fort Lewis, Wash.-based military anesthesiologist Michael Stockin, MD, at Joint Base Lewis McChord has been charged by the Army with alleged sexual assault, Fox affiliate KCPQ reported Sept. 1. 
  7. Fired Iowa anesthesiologist claims health system blacklisted him

    A Sioux City, Iowa-based anesthesiologist, Dale Klein, MD, who was fired from MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center in December 2021, is alleging in a lawsuit that he was blacklisted by the hospital's administrators to prevent him from getting another job, SiouxCity Journal reported Sept. 1.
  8. Does physician pay affect burnout?

    Emergency medicine has the most burnt-out providers, according to a survey conducted by the American Medical Association.
  9. Harbin Clinic earns endoscopy society's quality, safety recognition

    Rome, Ga.-based Harbin Clinic Gastroenterology Endoscopy & GI Lab has earned a three-year renewal recognition from the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy that honors the center's dedication to quality and safety, according to a Sept. 3 report from Coosa Valley News.

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