Over the years, New Hampshire has consistently ranked high in national and local polls and it’s easy to see why. As New Hampshire residents, we don’t pay sales or income tax, we have some of the best schools in the country (both K - 12 and at the collegiate/university level), and our crime rate is one of the lowest in the nation. So it comes as no surprise that Nashua has earned a top spot in WalletHub’s 2018’s Best- & Worst-Run Cities piece (emphasis on the BEST section).
In 2013, Gregory Mertz wrote an article for Physicians Practice that addressed the pros and cons of Hospital Employment vs. Private Practice. At the time, the Medical Group Management Association reported that more than 50 percent of physicians are now employed directly by a hospital(s) or by organizations affiliated with health systems. In fact, that number is even higher today.