Medical Recruiting Insights

Adaptive Medical Partners is leading the way for physician recruiting; in both placement and thought leadership, we are industry pioneers.


6

Jul

Climbing Mountains With AMP

Adaptive Medical Partners | AMP News

– Tim Ketterman, VP of Operations at Adaptive Medical Partners, reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro this week. We’re not surprised that he made it to the top as planned. Because he did plan it, prepare for it, train for it, and completed the process required to reach his goal. – That’s how Tim works at Adaptive read more…


29

Jun

Impact of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Residents, Healthcare Organizations and Physician Recruiting

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting

At the end of 2017, the U.S. Congress passed tax reform legislation known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which brought many changes for both individual and organizational income taxes. While every circumstance is unique, and the actual effects of the changes in the tax code are yet to fully be realized, some components of read more…


21

Jun

Adaptive Medical Partners Included in Dallas Business Journal’s “2018 Best Places to Work”

Adaptive Medical Partners | AMP News, Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting

We are honored to be considered one of the Best Places to Work in the Dallas / Ft. Worth metro. Thanks to the Dallas Business Journal for choosing us (again!) and to our great leadership and team of dedicated employees for making Adaptive Medical Partners a GREAT PLACE TO WORK!  


20

Jun

The Potential of Blockchain Technology in Healthcare

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting

The technology behind cryptocurrency–blockchain–is much more than something that facilitates the movement of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and all those alt coins. In the words of Don Tapscott, a blockchain thought leader, the blockchain is “an immutable, unhackable distributed database of digital assets” where “trust is established through mass collaboration and clever code rather than through a powerful institution read more…


15

Jun

Why Employer Branding in Healthcare Matters–and How to Run the Right Campaign

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

Healthcare organizations must position themselves as a great place to work now–or else risk losing out on attracting the talent necessary to succeed tomorrow. It’s easy to see why: The Population Reference Bureau notes that the “number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to more than double from 46 million today to over 98 million by read more…


11

Jun

Why Doctors Are Saying No to Your Position

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

The search for physicians to add to your practice or hospital staff roster can be time-consuming. When you invest time and effort into recruiting a candidate, their rejection of your offer can be frustrating, as well as a setback, adding to your costs, increasing lost revenues and impacting patient care. Not every provider will be read more…


7

Jun

How Healthcare Organizations Should Approach the Medical Debt Crisis

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators

The average, newly minted physician enters the workforce with $195,000 in student loan debt, according to an Association of American Medical Colleges survey. This number is expected to rise over the coming years. Undoubtedly, this creates a lot of financial stress just as physicians are beginning their medical careers. For healthcare organizations, the medical debt crisis read more…


1

Jun

5 Reasons to Embrace Automation at Your Healthcare Facility

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

No matter what study you look at, physicians spend far too much time on administrative tasks. One study done by Annals of Internal Medicine, an academic medical journal, came up with these alarming results: During the office day, physicians spent only 27 percent of their time seeing patients but 49 percent on EHR and desk work. read more…