The Importance of Recognizing and Treating Physician PTSD

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be under-recognized in the clinical world, but it is a real and growing problem. Providing healthcare in the United States is stressful, particularly lately, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the quality of life … Read More

How to Offer Student Loan Assistance to Your Clinicians

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Offering student loan assistance to your FQHC doctor is a key benefit of their service to your organization. While there are many other benefits to working at an FQHC such as better work/life balance, it is loan forgiveness that consistently … Read More

Physician Employment is Changing – Are You Keeping Up?

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The past decade has seen both subtle and glaring changes to our clinical workflows. One of the biggest is the large volume of mergers and acquisitions during this time frame that left a large portion of our nation’s doctors employed … Read More

The Influence of Data, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence on Healthcare Workflow

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Each year, the impact of technology on healthcare changes and deepens our reliance on these tools. 2019 has been no exception; our patients (and our doctors) use digital wearable devices, virtual visits via telemedicine are increasing, and clinical decision-making is … 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 … Read More

How to Reduce FQHC Employee Turnover

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It’s generally more difficult to attract clinical professionals to an FQHC. These organizations rank highly in terms of their give back to the communities they serve. But FQHC’s are located, by design, in more rural communities that lack some of … Read More

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 … Read More

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