A new study has found that male physicians earn more than their female counterparts, even at the onset of their career.
If you want to build a better culture within your practice in 2020, these strategies can help you create a more inclusive workplace for your staff.
The statement, which was made in the Women in Medicine issue of the Dallas Medical Journal, has prompted viral levels of backlash across the internet.
Of the 978,743 practicing physicians in the U.S., women only account for just over a third of them. We break down the states with the most and least.
Despite women accounting for nearly 80% of all healthcare employees, they still face discrimination and barriers to advancement in the workplace, says a new report.
Female doctors outperformed their male counterparts in regards to heart attack survival rates, as a whole, and particularly, for women heart attack survivors.
Though typically a female-dominated industry, a new report indicates that women PTs are still paid less than their male counterparts.
Nationally, female physicians make an average of 26.5 percent, or $91,000, less than male physicians.
The grand rounds podium is a coveted perch in medicine, a place where clinical leaders showcase their expertise—it’s also one women don’t reach as often as men.