In evaluating surgical practices, the goal should be that when you accept a position, you have a thorough understanding of how quickly your clinic and surgical practice will build, and the types of cases you should expect. In your… Read more »
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You’ve likely heard the old joke applied when our elders remind us how easy we (or rather you) now have it and how difficult it was way back then. The joke goes something like this – I used to… Read more »
2019 is going to be a busy year for the Pacific Companies Business Development team. Just like your favorite band, these gentlemen will be touring the country from west coast to east coast. Check out the tour dates below… Read more »
We understand taking your kids to see their doctor may be a pain. So is taking your car into the mechanic, waiting for the cable guy or going out for groceries. There are other things you’d rather be doing… Read more »
After graduating medical school and hustling through residency, or finishing up a fellowship, the anticipation to start working your dream job is building. While this day may seem far off, it’s never too early to plan your career strategy.… Read more »
To Pacific Companies, an influential leader is someone who goes above and beyond the call of duty to create positive change. They are passionate, committed, selfless and trustworthy influencers that have a profound impact on an industry, organization or… Read more »
Whether you are a newly trained physician eager to find a private practice to join or own a private practice and are thinking about bringing on a partner we hope to provide some things you’ll want to consider. Let’s first… Read more »
Regardless of whether you are thinking about changing practices or beginning your practice career out of training you are going to need case logs. Hospitals and private practices will require a number of items during the credentialing process. Most… Read more »
As a newly minted doctor, you’re most likely asking yourself many questions about your pending physician career path, where you want to work, the practice setting that’s right for you, the type of work/life balance that best suits your… Read more »
Left-handed people, who account for roughly 10 percent of the world’s population, experience distinct challenges, benefits, and quirks of daily life that most right-handed people usually never even consider. Over the years, there have been plenty of myths and… Read more »