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Provider retention is about the tangible and intangible experiences you provide, so be creative and always seek feedback from the experts on retention – your newly hired healthcare professionals.Read more
If you’ve ever considered starting your own medical practice or joining a group of like-minded physician-entrepreneurs, read on to see if you have what it takes to make private practice the right step for you.Read more
I am an emergency physician.
I provide care to abusive patients via a clunky EMR. I work nights, weekends and holidays. Because of unnecessary bureaucratic tasks, simple aspects of my job are cumbersome and take longer than they should.
And I am not burned out…Read more
The key to successfully answering interview questions is to understand the reason that they are being asked, and to answer them while keeping in mind the interviewer’s motivation for asking the question.Read more
In today’s rapidly evolving global situation, leaders must think differently and mandate that their troops approach problem-solving with a fresh set of eyes and a clear perspective, ensuring success.Read more
A tough job market and struggling to find a job fresh out of school are becoming increasingly common issues. With the changes in healthcare, experience has become one of the preferred traits of applicants, and it often seems that WHO you know is more important than WHAT you know, with personal connections being one of the best ways to even be considered for an interview. This article will explore some of the common challenges with finding employment in healthcare after graduation and offer helpful suggestions for finally landing that dream job.Read more
A recent survey by the Association for Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment outlines the level of work and satisfaction recruitment professionals are reporting in the healthcare industry. This sampling may represent a window into how your physician recruiters see their role in the institution, their value, and the pressures and rewards their work provides.Read more
Ultimately, the factors that you’ll consider as your look for your first job are personal and largely depend on what you value…. In the final analysis, the most important thing to consider is your happiness, because as an early career attending, you will likely be working long hours, and you want to ensure that you enjoy the environment and the people with whom you’ve chosen to surround yourself.Read more