FIRST YEAR AND ESTABLISHED DOCTORS SIGN CONTRACTS WITHOUT REALLY KNOWING WHAT THEY ARE GETTING INTO.
First year doctors typically sign contracts with big hospitals and medical foundations not fully knowing how and why they are being paid, so they grow to feel like they are being "used" and taken advantage of by the system. Meanwhile, established doctors often get too complacent and passive when it comes to negotiating better deals for themselves. The end result: doctors are not being compensated as fairly as they could be.
WE ARE HERE TO TEACH WHAT RESIDENCY DOES NOT, AND WHAT HOSPITAL SYSTEMS DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW.