And so, at the end of the day, it is a choice you make, do I work more, and I make more money, but I am taxed.
In Timaeus, Plato quotes the Egyptian high priest, who explains that the myth was actually a metaphor for a real, natural event: There have been and will be many different calamities to destroy mankind, the greatest of them by fire and water, lesser ones by countless other means.
We do as she says, only to find a small van parked next to a hut, with a couple of bored-looking guys milling out the. From a theological point of view they are almost polar opposites.
Since not all physicians would choose the lowest-cost, most convenient methods, a medium-cost CME option might assume that physicians participate in CME not only to fulfill CME requirements but also to prepare for periodic recertification exams.