What You Need to Know About the Psychiatrist Shortage

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We’ve talked a lot lately about the looming shortage of clinical providers. Doctors, nurses, advanced practitioners, and personal caregivers will all be in high demand in the coming years. But the short supply of clinical talent stretches into the mental health field as well; there is an extensive psychiatrist shortage expected in the coming years. Read More

How to Attract and Maintain a Multi-Generational Healthcare Workforce

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In many HR departments and recruiting circles, the discussion centers on Millennials and how to attract and retain them. While Millennials have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the predominant force in the marketplace, a reality that should be noted is that Baby Boomers and GenXers are living and working longer. With healthcare about to experience Read More

2020 Compensation Insights from the Front-Line

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In 2020, healthcare recruiters and their healthcare hiring team partners will have to work even harder to attract primary care providers from an increasingly tight labor pool. We know there is a labor shortage of qualified doctors, dentists, advanced practitioners and behavioral health specialists looming, so our proactive efforts to build a pipeline of qualified Read More

How to Recruit Executives in Rural Health Centers

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It’s harder to recruit clinical teams for rural health centers. Healthcare professionals can be concerned that the workload is higher, or they may have difficulty taking time off. They may worry about geographic isolation and a lack of activities for their families. Or, they may believe there will be fewer opportunities for advancement or continuing Read More

Visa Process 101 – FQHC Basic Questions and Answers

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Many FQHC leaders tend to shy away from candidates that need visa sponsorship.  Their thinking is that it is a complex process and expensive.  UHC Solutions dba thefqhcrecruiters.com has had success with many of these candidates over its 21 year history.  As the provider shortage continues unabated, FQHCs are realizing the advantages of recruiting great Read More

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

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