Impact of the Medical Office System on Job Satisfaction, Loyalty, etc.
The unique Japanese medical office system, which has supported Japanese healthcare since the Meiji era, did not affect physicians' job satisfaction, but physicians who did not belong to a medical office tended to work in hospitals that emphasized management principles, compared to those who did, and earned moderate compensation while practicing in an environment suitable for their specialty, according to a study that was reported in the Online edition of BMC Health Services Research by Satoru Hashimoto et al. of TCROSS Co., Ltd./Chuo University Business School.
A portal site of complex catheter intervention techniques
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