Consider Recruitment Fees in Relation to ROI

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The biggest concern about utilizing the services of staffing and recruiting agencies is the risk versus return. It’s a question every client asks us; how do we measure our return on investment in your work? We typically share some of the metrics to look for in a recruitment agency, as well as how UHC Solutions Read More

The Benefits of Integrated Behavioral Health

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The mind/body connection is the idea behind integrated behavioral healthcare, a practice that seeks to coordinate both mental and physical clinical treatments. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) defines integrated behavioral health as: The care a patient experiences as a result of a team of primary care and behavioral health clinicians, working together Read More

FQHC Salary Outlook for 2020

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It’s no secret that physician and nurse recruitment is growing more competitive. FQHCs will continue to feel the crunch of these numbers as they seek to capitalize on a declining candidate pool. What will the salaries of FQHC clinicians be like in 2020, and how will these facilities continue to compete with larger health systems Read More

2020 Healthcare Predictions, As Told by Healthcare Executives

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Technology has been disrupting all industries for the past decade. In 2020, technology trends will continue to drive unprecedented changes in healthcare, as in other industries. At UHC Solutions, we’re paying close attention to this digital transformation. Here’s what healthcare leaders can expect next year regarding the technology trends affecting our clinical teams and the Read More

6 Job Description Best Practices to Capture Top Executive Talent

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  In the healthcare sector, finding and attracting top executive talent is about to get even more difficult. By next year, the U.S. will face a shortage of 90,000 doctors. Physician retirement, coupled with an influx of older baby boomers, will stretch our systems of care to the max. Healthcare organizations will compete for executive Read More

Physician Employment is Changing – Are You Keeping Up?

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The past decade has seen both subtle and glaring changes to our clinical workflows. One of the biggest is the large volume of mergers and acquisitions during this time frame that left a large portion of our nation’s doctors employed and not entrepreneurial. The technology has changed, too, with many of our patients discarding the Read More

The Influence of Data, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence on Healthcare Workflow

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Each year, the impact of technology on healthcare changes and deepens our reliance on these tools. 2019 has been no exception; our patients (and our doctors) use digital wearable devices, use of the virtual visit via telemedicine is increasing, and clinical decision-making is now influenced by our EMRs. All this change has been difficult for Read More

Top Healthcare Compliance Topics for 2020

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Healthcare compliance always remains a top concern for healthcare executives, particularly in the FQHC world, where there are a plethora of regulations tied to funding reimbursement. While patient and data privacy has been a chief concern of Compliance Officers, 2020 looks to be a banner year for these issues. What should we prepare for as Read More

What Should Your Physicians Get Paid? 2018 Compared to Now.

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The annual Merritt Hawkins salary numbers came out and it’s time to compare 2018 to 2019. Although we are most concerned about our primary care physicians, we thought it would be insightful to review if all of the salaries of our doctors. Across the U.S., unemployment for all sectors remains low. With physician shortages much Read More

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