Veterans' Administration Report on Impact of Special Pay on Recruitment and Retention of Physicians and Dentists: Pursuant to Public Law 94-123

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - Dentists - 52 pages
 

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Page 24 - liability In accordance with 38 USC 4118(e) and under the terms of the agreement for special pay, a physician or dentist must complete at least one year of service in DM&S or incur a liability for refund of the amount of special pay received. A
Page 1 - SUMMARY The Veterans Administration Physician and Dentist Pay Comparability Act of 1975, Public Law 94-123, as amended to extend
Page 42 - and administrative consultations, and receipt of approved honoraria, usually from medical or dental schools affiliated with the VA hospital involved in each such case. These regulations, under carefully controlled conditions, not only
Page 24 - liability may be requested, and the Chief Medical Director may authorize a waiver when he determines that failure to complete the required service was beyond the control of the individual. Table
Page 44 - the Veterans Administration Physician and Dentist Pay Comparability Act of 1975, Public Law 94-123, which
Page 42 - H. Outside professional activities Policies authorizing full-time physicians and dentists to receive remuneration for outside professional activities were first implemented in 1970. Legally permitted
Page 1 - stated legislative goals that were to assist the Department of Medicine and Surgery in the recruitment and retention of necessary and well-qualified physicians and dentists
Page 31 - licensure requirements, medical school curricula, board certification qualifications and cultural factors are generally similar for

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