Medical Recruiting Insights

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


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Nov

Top 5 Most Talked about Healthcare Tools

Matt Davis | Healthcare Information, Medical Technology

Time doesn’t stand still, especially in the medical community. Every single day, advances are being made in the fields of medicine and technology that have the potential to dramatically change the course of history-making daily practice easier, while also having far-reaching effects on the lifestyles of patients and doctors alike. Top 5 Most Talked about read more…


2

Nov

The Consumerization of Healthcare

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Medical Technology

The consumerization of healthcare is forcing clinics to take a closer look at their marketing efforts. Historically, FQHCs marketing budgets are but a fraction of their operating income. With this, we wanted to pass along a few FREE marketing tools and resources that will be an asset to your marketing toolbox. Tools Databox – Databox read more…


26

Oct

3 Healthcare Hot Topics to Watch in the 2018 Midterm Elections

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Healthcare News

Disclaimer: Adaptive Medical Partners is not advocating for any position in this post.  We are simply providing insight on how the mid-term elections outcome could affect healthcare. The outcome of the 2018 midterm elections has the potential to mold and recalibrate the next round of healthcare policy in dynamic, enduring ways. While studies show that read more…


19

Oct

9 Healthcare Innovations That Changed the Medical Field in 2018

Matt Davis | Healthcare Information, Healthcare News, Medical Technology

Year after year, researchers and scientists develop and refine technology in ways that allow modern medicine access to new realms, opening the door for solutions once deemed impossible. In 2018, groundbreaking advancements took place in the fields of gene editing, diet tracking, and wearable sensors, setting the stage for a host of developments in the read more…


15

Oct

Why hospitals should work with and invest in healthcare startups

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

Healthcare startups received $15 billion in investments in the first half of 2018, making the industry the second biggest source of venture capital money after internet companies. Considering the healthcare sector makes up nearly 18% of national GDP, this shouldn’t come as a surprise. Not only can a successful startup generate lots of revenue, they can also read more…


2

Oct

5 Tips for Physician Recruitment to Help You Edge Out the Competition

Adaptive Medical Partners | Physician Recruiting

When it comes to the process of physician recruitment, it can be difficult to find ways to stand apart from your competition. Whether you’re a seasoned recruiter looking to sharpen a refined skill set or taking your first step into the field, there are a few key factors that separate good recruiters from great ones. read more…


19

Sep

Why Doctors Need More Training on Addiction

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Information, Physician Recruiting

More than 72,000 Americans died in 2017 from drug overdoses, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. That’s saddening and alarming. But opioids and other narcotics aren’t even the deadliest drugs in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that excessive drinking is linked to 88,000 deaths per year (drunk driving read more…


13

Sep

Could the Netflix Model Be Good for Healthcare?

Adaptive Medical Partners | Medical Technology, Physician Recruiting

Healthcare spending has increased from $355 per person in 1970 to $10,348 in 2016, according to Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker. If calculated in constant 2016 dollars, this increase has been nearly six-fold (from $1,762 in 1970 to $10,348 in 2016). With healthcare spending increasing at a much faster rate than GDP and real wages, something has read more…