Career changes can be difficult. But for Stanford Shoor, MD, leaving clinical practice and becoming an educator in the field of rheumatology has been “a renaissance.”
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According to a new report, rheumatology remains one of the lowest-paid specialties in medicine—despite an average pay increase of 12% over the past year. And only 44% of rheumatologists would choose the field again. Anne Bass, MD, says administrative red tape and other factors contribute to the lack of satisfaction…
The Medscape 2012 Physician Lifestyle and Compensation Reports shows that rheumatologists are increasingly dissatisfied with pay but are the happiest group of physicians in the survey.