Medical Recruiting Insights

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


25

Apr

In The News: AAMC Updates Shortage Projections!

Matt Davis | Uncategorized

Here is a quick look at a few recent stories in healthcare. 1 in 4 outpatient providers are thinking of replacing EHR, survey finds. Read more here. Cornyn to launch bill against ‘patent thickets.’  Read more here. AAMC updates physician shortage projections. Read more here. CDC reports largest U.S. measles outbreak since virus eliminated in 2000. Read more here. White Plains read more…


18

Apr

What Physicians Are Saying About The Interview Process

Matt Davis | Uncategorized

Wrapping up our 4 Part Series, Tim Ketterman and Matt Davis discuss what we hear from physicians in regard to the interview process. Learn what some administrators are doing well and what others could improve upon.   Here are six responses we cover: The realtor was spectacular and really made us feel welcome. I accepted the job and we were 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…


5

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…


29

Mar

President of The Association For Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment 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 For Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment (formerly 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 read more…


22

Mar

D CEO Healthcare – Experts Section Featuring AMP’s President, David Fontenot

Matt Davis | AMP News, Healthcare Administrators, Healthcare News, Physician Recruiting, Press Releases

How to Address the Physician Shortage in Booming DFW There is no doubt we are in the throws of a physician shortage. Our President, David Fontenot, shares his thoughts with D CEO Healthcare on the shortage. Specifically, he addresses what it means for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. “Many private clinics in the DFW area struggle read more…


21

Mar

Physician Recruitment Video Series – Part 2

Matt Davis | Uncategorized

Last week, Matt and Tim talked about 2018 and the state of physician recruiting. In this video Tim goes over the four phases of recruiting. Learn in which phase 95% of the work should take place. Also, learn which two phases will help set you apart from most others. Make sure and join us next read more…


21

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…