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4 Ways to Kick Start 2021 Healthcare Recruitment

4 ways to boost recruitment in 2021

A new rush for hospital recruiters is beginning this year as the search for top-level talent is in full-swing. Here are 4 ways to kickstart the recruitment process in 2021.

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The Dreaded Long-Winded Interviewee

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All human resources professionals have experienced this at some point during an interview process; the overly energetic and long-winded interviewee. They are certainly eager, but you’re worried you’re going to run out of time if they don’t make their answers concise. Don’t worry, we have provided a helpful guide to getting the most useful information from them quickly.

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Health Care Human Resources Week

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Healthcare Human Resources Week offers HR professionals an chance to exhibit their resourcefulness and integral services provided to healthcare facilities. This week translates to an opportunity to emphasize how the job they perform supports their entire facility – not just recruitment and compliance functions.

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Healthcare Leaders Can Convert Mistakes Into Opportunities

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Leadership is a major responsibility that requires humility, accountability, and an open mind. While it may be easy to push blame onto that of the subordinates who’ve made mistakes, the ultimate fault resides with the leader responsible for managing them. Here are just a few best practices on how to deal with the mistakes of others as a leader.

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Are Exit Interviews Important?

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An employee on their way out from a company may find the last thing they want to do is an exit interview: but why is an exit interview important? For starters, it is when employees can become brutally honest and lay it on all the line without fear of retaliation. Companies can earn some of the most valuable insight by letting employees vent their grievances on their last day.

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Healthcare Recruitment 2020: The Good, the Bad and the Future

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2020 has had a massive effect on healthcare and the shape of the industry as a whole. With 2021 right around the corner, now is a good time to reflect on all that made this year wild for healthcare recruiters; the good, the bad and the future.

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Practice Management Challenges of Covid-19

A practice manager stops dominoes from falling.

The COVID-19 pandemic is confronting medical practices with unique operational challenges. Some practices have turned to telemedicine. Some providers are finding it difficult to continue operating at all, with sweeping cancellations of elective procedures and discouragement of in-person office appointments…

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AAPPR Survey Shows High Levels of Job Satisfaction Among Physician Recruiters

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As shifts in the industry and economy continue to pressure healthcare providers, an important revelation of the survey may be that most physician recruiters are highly satisfied with their job. The key will be to keep these motivated professionals on staff at your facility, rather than another.

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Healthcare Recruiter and Candidate Boot Camp: Communication 101

Kids play "telephone" symbolizing communication problems that can occur during a job search or hiring effort

Recruiter/candidate miscommunication is usually due to shifts in priorities, inattention to detail, or adding a third person into the lines of communication. Most of the time miscommunication is not intentionally hurtful or rude. Use the right communication tools at the right time. Your method of communication should help – not hinder – the context and intent of your message…

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Healthcare Workforce & Provider Recruitment: Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

A female physician recruiter is conducting a virtual interview with a physician job candidate.

Once the initial fear and anxiety around the COVID-19 pandemic passed, a new normal in the healthcare workforce world emerged. By now you’ve likely returned to work in some capacity. Maybe you now work remotely (Work from Home, or the new shorthand, WFH) and will do so for a while. Maybe you’ve recently returned to work under social distancing and protective face cover/mask constraints. Either way, the effects of COVID-19 loom for the long haul. Sit back, adjust your face mask, and learn how to adapt and thrive in the new world of healthcare workforce and provider recruitment…

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