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medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com — Ten months after starting a search to replace a retiring colleague, internist Robert Olson, MD, has conducted just three interviews to fill the position, a far lower number than he expected. Olson, an internist and president of Associated Physicians in Madison, Wisconsin, is turning to social media as one way to broaden his practice’s reach with candidates. Social media is becoming more common in physician recruiting, particularly among large practices, experts say.
newsobserver.com — Q. If my husband ends up in a nursing home, can they take my 401k to pay for it? We live in Minnesota. ––F.T. A. Yes, so it pays to get a game plan ready now for how you will handle these costs if a lengthy nursing home stay is necessary. Spouses can be sued by nursing homes to recover unpaid bills. Often, nursing home residents try to qualify for the federal Medicaid program to cover the costs, but that program generally requires recipients to be impoverished to receive the aid.
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newsobserver.com — It wasn't easy hitting that retirement number. But it wasn't complex, either. You spent less and saved more. Now it's time to draw a paycheck from the nest egg – and it doesn't look so simple. You could buy an annuity, but you'll give up the flexibility to draw more funds during unexpectedly expensive years. You could build a bond ladder, but yields are still very low.