Have you heard about the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC)? The IMLC is an agreement between 22 states that allows most physicians currently licensed in any one of those states to practice in every one of those states.
As most of us in the United States know, Thanksgiving is a time for us to reflect on everything we’re thankful for throughout the year and for the miracles in our life.
Hitting a Career Wall? Feeling Dissatisfied and Unfulfilled? Here's How to Stay Motivated and on the Path to Success.
Have you been highly successfully in your career, but lately feel like you have hit a wall? If you’re feeling unfulfilled and dissatisfied, how do you stay positive and motivated? Experts recommend that before you start looking for a job change...
Medical Doctor Associates, LLC (MDA) is extremely proud to announce that its Senior Director of Quality and Compliance, Diana Hall, has received the 2017 National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) Fellow Designation.
Medical Doctor Associates (MDA), LLC's CREDENT Recertified by The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
Medical Doctor Associates, LLC (MDA) is pleased to announce that its sister company and credentials verification organization (CVO), CREDENT Verification & Licensing Services, LLC, has been recertified for 11 out of 11 elements for a renewed certification
While on a locum tenens assignment, you can enjoy the restaurants and adventure that come with traveling and still maintain a healthy diet and a regular gym routine. In fact, here are three tips on how planning can make a difference.
A 2016 Indiana University study revealed that work-life balance helps you live up to 15% longer than you would without it. How is your current work-life balance? Consider four ways to sustain it by managing your priorities.
Heading to another locum tenens assignment? Learn about five must-download apps and why they are so popular with physicians and advanced practitioners.
A recent survey conducted by Cejka Search and VITAL Worklife, of 555 physicians and advanced practitioners found that 1 out of 3 are moderately to severely stressed.
Travel emergencies can easily turn a dream assignment into a nightmare. But with a little preparation, you can avoid, or reduce the impact of, unexpected events. Consider five tips to add to your travel checklist.