Is the NHSC Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Program Right For Me?

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  The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Loan Repayment Program has been in place for just over a year now. The goal of the program is to increase patient access to SUD services. This article will review this initiative to help eligible healthcare clinicians decide if the program is right for Read More

How Technology Is Impacting Your Patient Experience at Your Health Center

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When you hear that technology is a great disruptor, it sounds as if the digital tools we use have a negative impact. While doctors and other clinical providers may complain about their electronic health records (EHR) platforms, the opposite is true. Technology has improved our lives in countless ways. We’ve seen this impact in healthcare, Read More

An Interview and Insights with One of the Foremost FQHC Physician Recruiters

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Alphonse Bilicic is the Director of Physician Recruitment at UHC Solutions. His work with Primary Care Physicians and Advanced Practitioners for Community Health Centers and FQHC’s across the nation has served our healthcare clients well in some very challenging markets. On Monday, March 16th, the community healthcare recruitment business changed dramatically in response to the Read More

4 Ways to Foster a Culture of Advocacy at Your Health Center

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When discussing the idea of advocacy in relation to an FQHC, there are two primary avenues toward the definition of the term, “one who supports or promotes the interests of a cause or group.” Nurses serve as advocates for their patients while the FQHC itself can serve as an advocate for the lower-income and rural Read More

Provider Loan Repayment 101: A Summary of Options

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Graduating from medical school must feel like a huge achievement, but the massive debt most clinicians face after graduation must also feel like a huge burden. The average annual cost of attending medical school last year was about $37,000 per year for in-state students and nearly $61,000 for out-of-state attendees, according to U.S. News & Read More

A Decade in Review: Federally Qualified Health Centers

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  Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) have come a long way in the last decade. In the 1960s, there were only eight FQHCs in the U.S. By 2001, that number had jumped to 748 facilities at 4,128 locations around the country, serving 10 million patients. The number continues to grow along with federal funding for Read More

The Power of Transparency When Recruiting Healthcare Executives

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Creating a culture of transparency is the new imperative for business, and healthcare is not immune from this trend. This may seem like a contradiction in an industry where privacy is so important it’s regulated by law. But in today’s competitive healthcare markets, where a shortage of talent is so prevalent, organizational transparency is a Read More

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