Retain Top Primary Care Physician Talent With These 5 Tips

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Much has been written lately about the physician shortage looming in the next few years. Primary care in particular will be heavily impacted, with some estimates suggesting a shortage of nearly 50,000 family doctors by 2030. This makes the retention of your primary care physicians even more important; the loss of even one will have 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

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

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

3 Onboarding Mistakes You Need to Fix ASAP

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Though training new employees is always a delicate task, bringing new managers and great leader or provider onto your team demands extra care and attention. Dropping the ball during the critical first weeks and months could extend your onboarding process unnecessarily; even worse, it could even scare your new hire off before they get settled Read More

Improve Employee Retention During the Holidays With These Creative Ideas

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With the winter holidays just around the corner and flu season starting to show its face, many healthcare facilities are struggling to meet their staffing needs. If employee retention during the holidays is a problem at your facility, you’re not alone. What can you do to improve your staffing strategy during the busiest time of Read More

Understanding Confidentiality and Medical Records at Your Health Center

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Healthcare professionals have always had an ethical duty to respect the privacy of their clients. For several decades, this ethical rule has been enforced in the United States by the federal government, chiefly by HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). The consequences of violating HIPAA’s mandates go far beyond a breach of trust Read More

How Teamwork Makes the Dream Work at Your Health Center

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With the pro football season kicking off, much of the country is on edge to learn who will come out as this year’s champion. Though you’ll rarely see tens of thousands of people cheering a business on, the same primary ingredient that signals success in sports is key in healthcare: Teamwork. If you can build Read More

Struggling to Retain Top-Level Executives? It’s Time to Rethink Their Workload

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Few industries are more demanding or more stressful than health care. In fact, most industries don’t even approach the potential for burnout that healthcare professionals deal with every day. For top-level executives in medical fields, the ever-changing landscape of the industry combined with its inherent complexity is a recipe for rapid overload. Are you struggling Read More

How to Effectively Market Your Company to Top-Level Talent

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In a market that favors job seekers, attracting the most talented healthcare executives to your facility can be a struggle. In fact, most top-level positions take months to fill, a period during which your company can spend hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in the search for a replacement. If you’re interested in reducing Read More

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