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September 18, 2013

Discovery Resource # D-01

Obtaining a Medical License can vary from 60 days to nine to twelve months. Whether you've already decided to work in a specific state or you're considering multiple states, researching and contacting the Medical State Boards early in the process will help you understand each state's licensing process so you can plan ahead to start on time. Read More...

August 22, 2013

Discovery Resource # S-01

An employer must address hundreds of details when bringing a new physician on board. Education, experience, contributions and achievements (EECAs) are the backbone to your CV and your CV is the gateway to your potential employment. Read More...

August 22, 2013

Discovery Resource # S-06

Reference checks are more important today than ever. Potential employers seek to mitigate their risks throughout the screening and hiring process. See how your references will be evaluated by prospective employers. Read More...

August 21, 2013

Discovery Resource # S-12

A background check is a standard operating practice in the pre-employment phase. Employers will expect you to authorize a background check as a part of their due diligence. Read More...

August 21, 2013

Discovery Resource # CL-06

A physician must be credentialed before he or she can begin receiving insurance reimbursements. Part of the credentialing process is ensuring your business and practices are all in order. This checklist will help ensure that you are properly and officially linked with insurance carriers and government agencies such as Medicare and Medicaid and have essential systems and practices in place. Read More...