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No easy fix for concussion diagnosis, management This issue also covers medical school debt trends, changes to hospital payments, and how to construct a ... How to pay for medical school can be top of mind
February 2019

Lifestyle, not just financial decisions, drive exodus from primary care

Young doctors, who are burdened with medical school debt exceeding $150,000, are opting for the financial stability that a salary from a hospital-owned practice or a large integrative medical ... Voted best medical blog in 2008, and with over 29,000
November 2021

The very palpable doctor shortage and how to help solve it

After all, it may seem bizarre at first glance when you consider that so many people apply to medical school to become doctors and that the number of medical graduates is ... available). While we are at it, how about taking a serious look at the problem
November 2021

3 reasons to be a doctor and have a career in medicine

If you're reading this and considering a career medicine, two other huge sacrifices should also be mentioned: debt and time. ... If you're not fortunate enough to have had family support or trained at a cheaper medical school, debt is a realistic concern
November 2021

Med school debt becomes budgeting burden for primary care

Researchers at Dartmouth Medical School created a model of a young primary care physician's finances. ... Using the average starting salary for a U.S. primary care physician ($130,000) and a medical school debt of $162,500, a monthly budget for this
July 2011

Diversity of medical students by parental income

The American Association of Medical Colleges reported a recent rise in the number of medical school graduates who come from families with incomes in the highest quintile (see Figure). ... The organization's January 2008 Analysis in Brief reported that,
April 2008

Hospitalist doesn't hold back on blog about rural medicine

While most doctors will happily discuss issues affecting professional compensation—declining reimbursement, medical school debt or malpractice insurance—Dr. ... her blog, which she began last May as a way to document the challenges of being a
September 2008

Letters to the Editor

Photo by Our colleagues in other countries do not typically graduate with over $200,000 in debt for medical school, not even considering the cost of prior secondary education. ... I certainly agree that the crushing burden of medical
September 2012

Managing money for medical school

Our analysis showed that there is an increasing proportion of young physicians completing medical school debt-free without a concurrent increase in scholarship support. ... This is all in the setting of increasing average debt among medical school
February 2019

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