Medical Recruiting Insights

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13

Dec

Physician Recruiting Tips: Preparing for Candidates’ Visits

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

In the physician recruitment process, as in life, first impressions matter. To make the best first impression possible with potential candidates, you should plan on-site interviews and site visits strategically. You should also prepare for site visits as part of your overall strategic recruiting plan. Successful site visits allow both parties to more accurately assess read more…


8

Dec

Required and Recommended Elements of Physician Employment Agreements

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

For the physician, choice of employment heavily impacts future opportunities, job satisfaction levels, compensation and more for at least a few years. For the group practice, clinic or hospital, choice of contracted provider heavily impacts revenue and patient care, as well as staff workload and satisfaction. For both parties the physician employment agreement is a read more…


6

Dec

Community Needs Assessment: Essential to Your Physician Recruiting Strategy

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

Reactionary recruiting — where attempts to recruit physicians occur in response to immediate vacancies — takes longer, costs more and stresses staff, patients and the practice or hospital system. Strategic physician recruiting anticipates turnover, identifies patient needs, considers the organization’s goals and seeks to fill gaps in available services. Proactive, data-driven recruiting plans begin with read more…


4

Dec

8 Things Physicians Want from Hospitals

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting

Engaged physicians are 26 percent more productive than disengaged physicians, according to a Gallup study. Indeed, the success of your hospital, and more importantly, patient outcomes and satisfaction, depend on having happy doctors. Undoubtedly, you want to get the most out of your physicians. To do that, you must ensure you’re satisfying their personal and read more…


1

Dec

The Stark Law: What It Means for Provider Recruitment

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting

With hospitals and medical practices facing an average 7 percent annual turnover rate of physicians, recruiting ranks as a top concern for administrators. However, minimizing the time to recruit replacements requires a plan. An important element in the development of any strategic physician recruitment plan is a review for compliance with applicable regulations, including the Stark Law. read more…


13

Nov

Guide to Developing a Strategic Physician Recruitment Plan

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare News

Guide to Developing a Strategic Physician Recruitment Plan You can’t escape physician turnover, and an increasing demand for services combined with a nationwide shortage of physicians creates a challenging recruitment environment. If you don’t have a robust strategy for filling your talent pipeline and retaining them as long as possible, you’re setting yourself up for read more…


8

Nov

How Healthcare Facilities Can Fight the Looming Physician Shortage

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

How Healthcare Facilities Can Fight the Looming Physician Shortage From now until 2025, total physician demand is expected to grow by 17 percent. When 2025 arrives, the America’s physician shortage will certainly be a more serious issue than it is now. So how big will the shortage be? Some estimates say more than 90,000 doctors if read more…


6

Nov

Requirements for an H1B Visa for Doctors

Adaptive Medical Partners | Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting

Requirements for an H1B Visa for Doctors Without a doubt, the United States has a need for doctors. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) projects a shortage between 61,700 and 94,700 over the next decade. Clearly, the U.S. healthcare market offers plenty of opportunity for foreign-educated physicians. Roughly one-fourth of physicians and surgeons in America are read more…