5 Behavior Questions to Really Get to Know Your Candidate

with No Comments

Behavioral questions help hiring managers really get into the heads of candidates. The goal of these questions is to determine how a candidate will perform in the future by seeking examples of what they did in the past. They also test a candidate’s communication skills and ability to articulate when sharing information. Behavioral questions require Read More

How to Build a Solid FQHC Talent Pipeline

with No Comments

For healthcare organizations struggling to build a talent pipeline, some of the best advice can come from a staffing firm. Organizations like UHC Solutions can offer an unparalleled glimpse of the techniques we use to build candidate pipelines. It can feel like backbreaking work, especially for companies that don’t hire regularly. Recruiting takes a defined Read More

Why Should I Work for an FQHC?

with No Comments

Healthcare is a healing profession. It naturally attracts people seeking to provide relief and comfort from illness. But the clinical teams that work at federally qualified health centers (FQHC) are a breed apart from those working in traditional healthcare facilities. That’s because FQHCs are, by nature, tasked with providing healthcare to underserved populations. If you’re Read More

Staffing and Management Challenges Health Centers Face

with No Comments

Community health centers play an important role in increasing access to healthcare for millions of underserved Americans. They extend the care safety net into rural areas where provider shortages cause residents to travel extensively to a more urban setting to receive treatment. Currently, there are close to 1,400  community health centers around the country, serving Read More

Is Wearable Technology Impacting The Healthcare Industry?

with No Comments

Wearable technologies from Fitbits to FDA-approved remote monitoring devices are the latest technology disruptors to hit the healthcare industry. These tools have been helping doctors learn more about their patients’ exercise habits, as well as positively impacting their efforts to track how patients are healing – even when they are at home. Whether it’s remote Read More

Career Advice From The Nation’s Top CEO and Executives is Relevant for FQHC leaders

with No Comments

Sometimes the best advice comes from people who have been there. For both junior and seasoned healthcare managers, receiving free advice from a top corporate executive could be money in the bank in terms of their career. Asking a friend or family member for advice if they haven’t “lived it” means all they’re doing is Read More

FQHC’s Fill An Important Niche in America’s Healthcare

with No Comments

A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serves an important niche in rural and urban settings. These facilities are focused on providing care to the most vulnerable populations in our nation. These organizations provide needed healthcare and social services to underserved populations and follow rigorous standards in order to receive funds from the U.S. Human Resources Read More

3 Ways to Convince Top Healthcare Executives to Relocate

with No Comments

Unless the healthcare executive is willing and ready to relocate, convincing them to move for a new job is one of the toughest tasks any HR manager or recruiter will ever undertake. It can be an uphill battle with many forces conspiring against your success, including the fact that almost 90 percent of Americans have Read More

How to Recruit Passive Healthcare Candidates

with No Comments

It’s getting harder to find healthcare workers. CNN Business reports that 2.3 million new skilled healthcare workers must come on board by 2025 to keep up with demand. The pressures of an aging population require the healthcare community step up to find more talent. But Managed Care Magazine reports the need for lower-skilled workers will Read More

The Top Healthcare Conferences to Boost Your Medical Career

with No Comments

Attending medical conferences could be a full-time job. That’s because there are hundreds of training conferences designed to boost your knowledge and keep you on top of the latest changes in the field. From state-specific medical associations and role-specific training to regional gatherings to large national and international conferences, it seems there is literally something Read More

1 2 3 4 5