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I’ve  heard some physicians wonder out loud if they’re career has been  ”wasted” – either because they were on a path that wasn’t a good fit, or  they spent years focusing on accumulating and worrying, rather than on contributing and enjoying.  The question is one of personal value:  Am I measuring up? And by whose metrics?

How do you measure the value of your physician career?  Dollars earned?  Lives saved? Honors attained?  Families grateful?

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