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  1. Newish PA here who's been working in Fam Med for 1.5 yrs as well as PRN Urgent Care in the Southeast. Been thinking about moving into the City but wanted some tips/advice. How long is the licensing/credentialing process? Do I need to have a job before starting the process? Anyone have any leads for EM positions in NYC? Good hospitals I should be considering? Bad ones I should avoid? Thanks
  2. I believe it's W-2 since I'm receiving malpractice and a 401k?
  3. So he responded with $60/hr and 2% collections productivity bonus. (he said this should come out to be 63-65/hr) Should I counter once more with $63/hr and 2% collections? What's a reasonable amount that I'll bring in for collections as a new grad per 12 hr shift?
  4. Followed your advice and denied the 401k for a $65 hourly rate. Waiting on his response now
  5. Working every Saturday (no Sundays). 12 hr shifts. $55/hr. 1% of collections related to shifts worked*; however, if arrive late more than 15% of shifts each month the rate is 0.5%, paid monthly 401k 4% match after 6 months. Malpractice: Employer paid, including tail for at least two years beyond the life of the company policy. At least $1M per incident, $3M annual aggregate I am already working full time in family medicine. Trying to earn more income and learn in another environment. This is in an metro area of a big south east city. Thoughts? I wanted to ask for $65/hr.
  6. So this position would be a few Saturday shifts a month from 8am - 8pm. It's a large corporate UC company mainly servicing the suburbs of a big city. I'm not sure if this is a 1099 or W-2? The director told me I would be receiving Malpractice and 401k options as a per diem employee so I'm guessing this is W-2? Also, I am a new graduate literally just starting. I would be with another experienced provider for the first 144 shift hours before I am deemed competent by 2 overseeing medical directors. Then I would be stationed alone but with multiple experienced providers on call. They promised? that they would bail me out in the case I did see something uncomfortable. I am the OP btw. Sorry 2 accounts on phone and laptop
  7. Books? Subscriptions? Podcasts? I already have UpToDate & Epocrates. Also heard AAFP subscription is great? Also what are like the top 20 diseases I should master? And finally, how can a practice help train me and ease me into a full time workload? (Presenting each patient until I get comfortable?)
  8. Regarding a Bonus Structure, would it be okay to ask for 25% for anything made over 2x my salary? (aka 25% of anything made over $180k in collections for the year). Is this a reasonable bonus structure?
  9. Is negotiating a 5% increase in salary standard? And should I try to negotiate in a Bonus structure?
  10. Please dissect my offer: Private Family Medicine Practice with 1 MD, 2 NP's. Apart of a bigger network of Doctors Salary: $90,000. No Bonus structure (Should I negotiate one in? What should it look like????) Schedule: 8:00am - 5pm M - F. (Last Pt at 4pm) (approx. 25 patients at full load) 1 year contract. Performance review with potential increase at 12 months Dues to cover PA licensure, certification, renewals, and malpractice completely covered by practice 9 Paid Holidays. 10 Vacation Days. 6 Sick Days, 5 Personal Days (salaried = a month of PTO annually???) United Healthcare (employee monthly cost covered at $536.95/month???) huh? Dental Coverage (Low plan $17.91/month or high plan $32.83/month) Vision Coverage ($7.76/month) Short/Long Term disability (long term paid by employer. short term $17.30/month) Life insurance 60 days after employment 401K & profit sharing (6 months after employment) Educational expenses: $2500 (I guess 5 personal days are used for CME??? or should i ask for CME days?) How are the benefits? Is it normal to be paying so much every month for Health/Dental/Vision? Also, should I negotiate this offer first or wait for other offers to come in and then negotiate? (waiting on 3-4 offers) How much should I ask for the salary to be increased? Is a 5% salary increase a standard negotiation number?
  11. Please dissect my offer: Salary: $83,000 Bonus Structure: 10% of Charges I produce over $70,000 per month. $500 extra over $90k and $1000 over $100k. Schedule: 7:30am - 5pm M - F. New Grads have to be on call for 7 days and work one Sat (8am - 12pm) each month for the first year. Call is then split equally among all providers. 3 year contract with no salary increase Malpractice completely covered by practice (edited) 6 paid holidays 3 weeks (15 day) vacation Health, Dental, & Life insurance. 75% covered by practice, 25% covered by employee 401K 5 days and $1500 for CME Reimbursement of licensing fees or dues for $1000 Noncompete Clause: 1 year and 10 mile radius from the office I work at. I want to work in primary care and live in the metro area of a southeastern city. Pro would be that this is within 6 miles of my home. Also, how much do new grads typically charge/produce in their first 3 years on monthly basis?
  12. Please dissect my offer: Salary: $83,000 Bonus Structure: 10% of Charges I produce over $70,000 per month. $500 extra over $90k and $1000 over $100k. Schedule: 7:30am - 5pm M - F. New Grads have to be on call for 7 days and work one Sat (8am - 12pm) each month for the first year. Call is then split equally among all providers. 3 year contract with no salary increase 6 paid holidays 3 weeks (15 day) vacation Health, Dental, & Life insurance. 75% covered by practice, 25% covered by employee 401K 5 days and $1500 for CME Reimbursement of licensing fees or dues for $1000 Noncompete Clause: 1 year and 10 mile radius from the office I work at. Pros: - Within 6 miles of home - Approx. 50 providers (18 are PA's most of whom have been there for 5-10yrs) - Well established practice with 10+ locations - Seemingly good teaching and learning environment I want to work in primary care and live in the metro area of a southeastern city. Also, how much do new grads typically charge/produce in their first 3 years on monthly basis?
  13. New Grad here looking for something in Metro Atlanta. Does anyone have any leads or connections or suggestions on where I should start looking? PM me please!
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