Medical Recruiting Insights

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


26

Nov

Navigating The Medical Marriage

Matt Davis | AMP News, Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting, Physicians, Uncategorized

Marriage takes work and is not always white picket fences and roses. Add a spouse who is going through medical school, a residency, possibly a fellowship and all that comes with being a physician and it can multiply the work it takes to have a successful marriage. Today on the blog, we visit with Lara read more…


30

Aug

Retention: An Effective Recruitment Strategy (Video)

Matt Davis | AMP News, Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting, Uncategorized

Physician recruitment is hard, it’s inconvenient and doing so successfully takes a lot of time, effort and patience. “Retention is one of the most overlooked physician recruitment strategies today.” Tim Ketterman, VP of Operations @ Adaptive Medical Partners In case you missed our live video webinar on Physician Retention, we wanted to share it with read more…


23

Aug

Congratulations to Scott Yeang!

Matt Davis | AMP News, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare News, Physicians

Promotions at Adaptive Medical Partners are a big deal because our people make us who we are, and we love to celebrate them. Today, we get to celebrate Scott Yeang, who has just been promoted to Associate Director of Recruiting. Here is what Scott’s manager, Rey Benavidez, had to say about Scott. “One of the read more…


13

Aug

AI In Healthcare: What Does The Future Hold?

Matt Davis | Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Medical Technology, Physicians

Do you feel like the future is coming at us much quicker than our brains can comprehend? If you answered yes, you are not alone. Technology is advancing at a pace faster than we can truly understand.  Just 50 years ago, NASA used multiple computers the size of a car to get a man on the moon. Today, read more…


26

Jul

IPHCA: Working To Increase Access To Care

Matt Davis | AMP News, Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Physician Recruiting, Physicians, Uncategorized

Community health centers provide accessible, comprehensive, high quality and integrated care to 28 million patients nationwide.  They offer medical, mental health, dental, pharmacy and other vital services that keep individuals healthy and out of the emergency room, driving significant savings to the U.S. healthcare delivery system.  A truly innovative model of care that has been read more…


13

Jun

Canaries in Society’s Coal Mine: The Untold Story of Physician Trauma

Matt Davis | Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare News, Physicians

While physician burnout is a hot topic in healthcare, another issue that is rarely discussed but of real concern with medical providers is trauma.  Usually reserved for discussion of patients in the ER or as a talking point after traumatic events the trauma we’re referring to today is that which some providers face when dealing read more…


16

May

Emergency Medicine and Hospitalist Services: To Outsource or Bring In House?

Matt Davis | Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Physician Recruiting, Physicians

Guest Blog Post Series #6 With the physician shortage, hospitals across the country are developing strategies to help overcome their staffing shortages.  One specific area where this shortage can be felt on a day to day basis is with Emergency Medicine and Hospitalist services lines.  Organizations have found it necessary to supplement staffing and coverage read more…


10

Apr

Educating Future Rehabilitation Professionals

Matt Davis | Guest Blog Post Series, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Physician Recruiting

The 85 and older population segment is the fastest-growing segment in the United States and is predicted to triple by 2050.  This aging population is more susceptible to neurological and cardiovascular conditions that call for intensive rehabilitation.  This is increasing the need for the number of rehabilitation professionals seeing patients. While retaining rehabilitation professionals is read more…