Find a Better Work-Life Balance This Summer!

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The majority of Americans are working themselves too hard. The Nation reports one-third of Americans work more than 45 hours per week and 9.7 million work over 60 hours. The article points out that the United States averages 20 hours more each week than the majority of the workforce in any industrialized nation around the Read More

How to Recognize and Address Physician Burnout at Your Health Center

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Physician burnout is a real and predominant problem in American healthcare. In the past four years, physician burnout has increased by 25 percent. Today, physician burnout stands at 51%, which could negatively affect not only quality of life for our clinicians but the health outcomes for the patients they treat. What are the signs of Read More

Create a Game Plan for Recruiting During the Physician Shortage

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It’s not just the FQHC market that shows an increasing shortage of primary care providers. All subsets of the healthcare field are struggling to find doctors and other clinical teams to fill positions in all kinds of facilities. We know this shortage will only grow worse as markets tighten through the physician and healthcare clinical Read More

Overcome the Summer Slump With These Motivation Tips

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While most employees start off strong, according to studies, the six-month mark shows a decline in productivity that can continue to slide for years. Globally, employee engagement is only 15%. The cost to American businesses is steep, at $350 billion per year in lost productivity or about $2,246 per employee. It’s clear that motivation matters; Read More

5 Interview Questions Every Physician Should Answer

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Physicians and other types of knowledge workers should prepare for interviews just like anyone else. It may seem counterintuitive after the rigors of residency, but job hunting is still stressful no matter your profession. You’ll find that interviewers are just as concerned with your soft skills as with your clinical acumen. You are, after all, Read More

How Much Revenue Do Primary Care Physicians Generate?

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Any FQHC leadership team will tell you there is no mission without margin. Healthcare organizations of all types must pay close attention to the revenue-generating engines of their facilities. This includes physicians, who in addition to providing clinically effective care for patients, must also serve as the financial revenue generator for the facility. But how Read More

Need to Let Them Down Easy? Our Tips to Politely Rejecting a Candidate

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There are a lot of exciting parts to the recruiting role in healthcare. You get to meet great people and help both organizations and individuals succeed. Unfortunately, recruiters also must reject a handful of candidates, which can be one of the hardest parts of the job. Many recruiters can become emotionally invested in the candidate Read More

Hidden Secrets to Recruiting Executives

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Entry-level candidates are one thing, but finding a high-level executive to fill a role at the helm of a healthcare organization takes some finesse. There are secrets to doing this work, particularly when the job market has a low unemployment rate. Today, it can feel like everyone is employed, particularly if you’re seeking a high-level Read More

How a Good Recruiter Helps You Through the Ups and Downs of Your Job Search

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According to Inc. Magazine, the reality of the job search process is that the low unemployment market can make people feel like it’s easy to find a new role. The reality is far different, but if job seekers can’t find a job right away, they may feel like they are doing something wrong or are Read More

Why Diversity in Your FQHC Matters

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The term “diversity” often makes Americans first think of race or skin color. However, it encompasses a host of demographic, economic and geographic characteristics as well as gender, financial resources, sexual orientation and much more. Why is this important? Diversity in general matters, but in an FQHC it is even more important. That’s because the Read More

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