Nurse practitioners may prove a dauntless force in the effort to quell COVID. These providers bring an unmatched lineup of traits that make them particularly suited to the task.
The American Hospital Association estimates there could be 96 million cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the U.S. in the next couple of months, with 1.9 million intensive care unit admissions and 4.8 million hospitalizations.
If finding and hiring the right clinical talent at your facility has become increasingly taxing, you’re not alone. Most healthcare entities are grappling with a widespread shortage of talent and a more complex labor market.
As the healthcare industry considers the impact of health inequities within the communities they serve, many organizations are exploring ways to build a diverse workforce.
In my first installment of this series on modern physician recruitment, I turned to the great philosopher Socrates to drive home the importance of self-awareness when vying for clinical talent.
I don’t often quote founders of Western philosophy, but I ran across a saying by the great Socrates that I believe is very pertinent to the physician recruitment landscape today.
Just one quick glance at the facts drives this reality home with painful clarity. While there are 20 percent of Americans living in rural areas today, only 10 percent of the country’s physicians work there.
For most healthcare executives, the new year is ushered in with well thought-out strategic direction, care delivery objectives and financial planning.
Attract top orthopaedic surgeons by understanding their priorities. Cejka Search surveyed more than 200 orthopaedic surgeon residents to find out what they look for when choosing a practice.