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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Apr

Physician Burnout and Stress Are Not One And The Same

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

Burnout and stress are not one in the same. Aside from the physician shortage, physician burnout is one of the hottest topics in healthcare today. To understand burnout, you must know and be able to identify the underlying causes of burnout. They are as follows: Work Overload Lack of Control Insufficient Reward Breakdown of Community read more…


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Mar

President of The Association of Staff Physician Recruiters Discusses the Physician Shortage

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

Guest Blog Post Series #3 Today we visit with Frank Gallagher, Board Chair/President of the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR) as well as a Senior Physician Recruiter with Christiana Care Health System. In our visit with Frank, we get his take on the shortage as a recruiter with a large health system. AMP: In read more…


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Mar

Adaptive Beats the Retention Average By 4 Years!

Matt Davis | Guest Blog Post Series, Physician Recruiting, Physicians, Uncategorized

Guest Blog Post Series #2 Today we visit with Dr. Anjeli Wilson, a Pediatrician we placed in 2010; our very first Adaptive placement. Dr. Wilson is still with the same facility today, and we discuss what has kept her there for nine years. With the average physician changing jobs every 4-5 years; Dr. Wilson has read more…


28

Feb

Does a “Culture of Hospitality” have a place in an FQHC? Yes!

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Physician Recruiting, Physicians

Today on the blog, we visit with Jennifer Genua-McDaniel who is the founder and CEO of Genua Consulting, LLC. In this capacity, she works closely with the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) as a reviewer for operational site visits and provides training and technical assistance to community health centers, Look-Alikes and Primary Care Associations (PCAs). Our focus read more…


25

Feb

In The News: 1 in 5 rural hospitals at risk, measles cases spiking…

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting, Physicians

1 in 5 rural hospitals are at high risk of closing, analysis finds. Read more here. Measles cases spiking. Read more here. A new survey shows a decline in physician burnout. Read more here. AHA releases ‘surprise billing’ principles. Read more here. Senate committee launches probe into skyrocketing insulin prices. Read more here.


18

Feb

In The News: Physician Burnout, Top 25 Women Leaders…

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting, Physicians

Committed to making physician burnout a thing of the past, the AMA is tackling this issue. Read more here. Modern Healthcare Top 25 Women Leaders. Read more here. CVS unveils HealthHub store design. Read more here. 9 Physician specialties see a jump in compensation. Read more here. 5 Steps to help patients prevent diabetes. Read read more…


15

Feb

The Relationship between Physicians & Hospitals

Matt Davis | Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare Information, Physician Recruiting, Physicians

Physicians are like any other business professional. Just as the hospital has expectations of the physician, likewise, the physician has expectations of the hospital. In a time when recruiting has become more difficult than ever before, retention is a critical recruitment strategy hospitals should be focusing on. Knowing this, here are 8 things we know read more…


8

Feb

In The News: Baylor Scott & White, Memorial Hermann call off merger…

Matt Davis | Healthcare Information, Healthcare News, Medical Technology, Physicians

Here are a few recent noteworthy stories in healthcare. Baylor Scott & White, Memorial Hermann end merger talks. After two months of talks, both organizations decided they were capable of achieving their own vision for the future without merging at this time. Read more here. Hospital price growth is driving healthcare spending. For inpatient care, hospital prices grew more than 42% from 2007 to 2014. Read more read more…