Regular hours, challenging work, growing comp attract hospitalists
With few barriers to entry or exit, turnover can be high for hospitalists, making recruitment and retention challenging. But as with other specialties, quality of life, compensation, and location help drive recruitment and retention. Meanwhile, compensation is increasing steadily.
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