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All Posts by Michael Jones

About Michael Jones

Michael Jones is the editor of HospitalRecruiting.com's blog and social media accounts. He is also an occasional writer/contributor to the blog and one of HospitalRecruiting.com's co-founders. Before beginning work on this website, Michael also had extensive experience as a successful physician recruiter.

Is AHCA a Job Killer, Healthcare Recruiting Getting Harder, & Breaking into the Healthcare Industry

This edition of Healthcare Career Rounds looks at articles about how the AHCA may have a negative impact on employment, how an inadequate number of training programs is set to make healthcare recruiting even harder, and how to get started on a career in healthcare.

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Physician Turnover Costs & Causes, Healthcare Recruitment Challenges Continue

Emergency medicine physician Dr. Travis Ulmer blogged about some of the reasons why new physicians often don’t stick with their first jobs.  The main points to this blog post have to do with new physicians being relatively inexperienced with contract review, benefit […]

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ZdoggMD – Low – An Outpatient Clinic Jam

ZDogg MD - Flow - An Outpatient Clinic Jam

Editor’s note: We’re back with another jam from our favorite rapping physician Zubin Damania, MD (AKA ZDoggMD). We think anyone who works in an outpatient clinic might want to blast this one before opening the doors each day just to get […]

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Malpractice Claims Down, Essential Recruiter Skills, and Pharmaceutical Pricing

A physician owned malpractice insurance company found that the frequency of malpractice claims were down between 2007 to 2014   The physician-owned insurance company analyzed 1,180 closed claims levied against internal medicine physicians spanning 2007-2014. Among their findings: The majority of […]

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MOC Legislation, Cost of Hospital Owned Medical Practices, and Virtual Hospitals

Physician frustration with maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements is leading to new legislation in several states Oklahoma has already passed a new law stating that board certification cannot be the only way for physicians to maintain hospital privileges and insurance […]

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New Grad RN Job Search, Reboot Recruiting Strategy, & Expanding Telemedicine

This blog post by Nacole Riccaboni offered some good tips for how newly graduated registered nurses can improve their resumes by emphasizing the experiences they have gained in training. Since you have no bedside nursing experience, your resume should be filled with nursing school experience […]

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Recruiting & Retaining Rural Physicians – Avoiding Job Posting Errors – Medicare Readmission Penalties

Allee Mead with Rural Health Information Hub interviews David Schmitz David Schmitz is the Chief Rural Officer and Program Director of RTTs at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho as well as the co-creator of the Community Apgar Program, which is an […]

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ZDogg MD – 7 Years (A Life in Medicine)

7 Years (A Life in Medicine), by ZDogg MD

Editors note: We’re back with another music video from the multi-talented ZDogg MD. This one is based on the original song, 7 Years, by Lukas Graham. Similar to that original, the song tells a story of growing up and growing older, but […]

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Quitting Twitter, Hosting Site Visits, & Bad Job Search Tips

Matt Charney of RecruitingDaily says Twitter is a waste of time for recruiters, and offers some compelling reasons for why this is so. Try to build a business case for increased spend based on these less publicized Twitter usage statistics, […]

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Healthcare Career Rounds – Best states for docs, Passive job seekers, more

SocialHire.com offered a blog post with five solid tips to help job seekers and employers know if they are working with a good recruiter, or not. 1. Listen more than they talk. Recruiters exist to match the best candidate and the […]

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