My name is Cassandra Miller and I have been practicing as a physician assistant (PA) since 2003. I trained at University of Southern California and was in the first class to graduate the PA Program. I went into the… Read more »
Welcome to the Doc Lounge.
Feel free to have a look around and learn something new!
Healthcare Facility Perspective: The calendar may only say October, but it’s time to start thinking about your winter holiday staffing needs. Sure, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s Day are still a couple months away, but staff members will… Read more »
Recent graduates of medical schools have more student loan debt than any generation before them; more than 86% of graduates, to be exact. Of all the challenges facing new physicians, managing medical school debt can be among the most imposing.… Read more »
Although the phone interview is very important, we believe the on-sight interview is the most crucial part of the interview process. This is your chance to shine as an organization and put yourself in the position to say “yes” or… Read more »
WAR FOR TALENT AND THE IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG INTERVIEW Today we are in a protracted veritable war for talent on multiple fronts. With the well documented shortage of physicians and other healthcare professionals, along with the projected shortages to… Read more »
While most of us with white collar jobs will have this coming Labor Day off to spend with family and friends, many physicians will observe the holiday while at work. Today, we focus on answering the question “how many hours… Read more »
TOP 10 BENEFITS OF WORKING LOCUM TENENS Choosing to work Locum Tenens allows you a ton of freedom, a freedom that can be gained without choosing to retire. Working locum tenens gives you the freedom to decide if all your… Read more »
As a firm, we speak to dozens of physicians and clients each day. This gives us the ability to spot trends in the marketplace as they are developing. Additionally, our business development team that meets clients regarding specific recruitment needs… Read more »
The most frequent conversation recruiters have with physicians is regarding location; discussing the differences between practicing in rural areas (cities with 50K people or less) and urban areas (cities with over 500K people). As someone who grew up in… Read more »
In our technology-driven society, many patients make their health choices based upon the direction they receive from peers, colleagues and role models via social media. As a result, social media has altered the way in which patients approach their health… Read more »