Tag - hiring

How to Write an Effective Locum Tenens Job Description

June 19th, 2015 If you're looking for a locum tenens physician to supplement your staff, chances are pretty good that you want that doctor right now. To make the hiring process as quick as possible, a good job description is critical.

Residents and Fellows: Your Guide to the Right Career Path

June 12th, 2015 You’ve earned your medical degree, worked your way through your residency or fellowship program and are now on your way to a career as a full-time physician. But what career path should you take — work in a hospital setting, join a private practice, start your own practice, or even work locum tenens assignments on a part-time or permanent basis? Here are some tips to help you decide the best career option for you.

5 Ways to Fill Your NP and PA Positions Faster

May 28th, 2015 The need for NPs and PAs is so vast that finding one to fill an open position is becoming an exceedingly long and difficult process for facilities. But a lengthy hiring process can leave a facility at a competitive disadvantage, which in turn leaves its patients and bottom line at a loss.

How age affects doctors’ job choices

May 13th, 2015 Every physician is looking for something different in a job. Though individual preference plays the largest role, a doctor’s age can be a factor in what he or she wants in a position.

Physician Recruiters: How to Avoid Scary Healthcare Staffing Situations

January 13th, 2015 Staffing a practice or a hospital is no easy task. With so many wants, needs, personalities, and processes involved in hiring a new doctor, there is plenty of opportunity for things to go wrong. Here are three scary staffing problems — and how you can avoid them.