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

4 Ways You Can Encourage a Positive Company Culture at Your Health Center

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Is it ironic that we want to talk about creating a healthy culture at a care facility devoted to sick people? Of course not. Healthcare workers deserve a positive company culture whether they work in a private solo practice, an FQHC, a hospital, or anywhere care is given. There are signs now that are healthcare Read More

What’s it Like Working at an FQHC?

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You won’t understand the idea of the mission until you work at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). These organizations serve as a needed resource for underserved populations in rural and urban communities around our nation. This article will give you a sense of what it’s like to work in one of these important organizations Read More

3 Things You Need to Know about the Physician Shortage

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All the signs point to an impending shortage of clinical providers in the coming years. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) says we will experience a shortage of doctors ranging from 46,900 to 121,900 by the year 2032. What are the trends leading us to this serious shortfall of physician talent? Here’s what you Read More

Interview Questions to Understand Your Next Executives Management Style

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Interviewing a healthcare executive can be a challenging experience. A high-level white-collar executive is an expert on topics like reimbursement and safety. The hiring team must know enough about the role to ensure they understand the candidate’s skill level in areas like change management and staff supervision, public relations, and financial oversight. Interviewers should develop Read More

Is AI Impacting Executive Search Processes?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is coming. This smart, intuitive technology is already impacting your life in ways you’ve grown accustomed to. There are elements of AI in everything from your smartphone to your Amazon shopping. Over the next few years, AI will impact nearly every part of your life and work. Increasingly, the new realm of Read More

How to Prepare for Healthcare Job Relocation

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Here’s the reality of today’s healthcare work environment; about half of us have low job satisfaction. Compassion fatigue and outright burnout are rampant in healthcare today. For healthcare employees unhappy in their work, feeling overwhelmed or struggling with stress, job relocation may be the answer to restarting a career that has grown less enjoyable. Here’s Read More

3 Important Tips to FQHC Executive Recruiting

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It’s no secret that recruiting into an FQHC is challenging. Physician shortages, declining reimbursement, and increasing competition from urban healthcare organizations all make for a challenging recruiting environment. But there are secrets to FQHC healthcare executive recruiting that hiring teams can benefit from. Standing out today requires creativity and perseverance, but with these three recruiting Read More

Where is the Physician Shortage Most Likely?

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  The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) recently confirmed their predictions of a major shortage of physicians and other clinical practitioners. This comes at a time when the volume of Baby Boomers is reaching retirement age and the statistics show that Americans are leading increasingly unhealthy lifestyles. Where are these trends leading us? Which Read More

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