Waived Telehealth Restrictions Offer Opportunity for FQHCs

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Telemedicine technology has been around for decades but never really took off. Restrictions on reimbursement and other regulatory hurdles kept many providers from offering the virtual visit as a service line. Until now, CNBC reports a surge in virtual visits since the coronavirus hit and predicts more than 900-million COVID-19-related telehealth encounters in 2020. The 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

3 Things You Need to Know about the Physician Shortage

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All the signs point to an impending shortage of clinical providers in the coming years. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) says we will experience a shortage of doctors ranging from 46,900 to 121,900 by the year 2032. What are the trends leading us to this serious shortfall of physician talent? Here’s what you Read More

3 Important Tips to FQHC Executive Recruiting

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It’s no secret that recruiting into an FQHC is challenging. Physician shortages, declining reimbursement, and increasing competition from urban healthcare organizations all make for a challenging recruiting environment. But there are secrets to FQHC healthcare executive recruiting that hiring teams can benefit from. Standing out today requires creativity and perseverance, but with these three recruiting Read More

When to Post and When to Use an Agency to Recruit Key Positions

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When sourcing talent becomes difficult, your organization may need a little assistance. In today’s job market, it is increasingly difficult to find talent, but particularly in the healthcare field. Ninety percent of hospital executives say the growing labor shortage is one of the top issues keeping them awake at night. From a shortage of physicians Read More

Staffing and Management Challenges Health Centers Face

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Community health centers play an important role in increasing access to healthcare for millions of underserved Americans. They extend the care safety net into rural areas where provider shortages cause residents to travel extensively to a more urban setting to receive treatment. Currently, there are close to 1,400  community health centers around the country, serving Read More

Is Wearable Technology Impacting The Healthcare Industry?

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Wearable technologies from Fitbits to FDA-approved remote monitoring devices are the latest technology disruptors to hit the healthcare industry. These tools have been helping doctors learn more about their patients’ exercise habits, as well as positively impacting their efforts to track how patients are healing – even when they are at home. Whether it’s remote Read More

3 Ways to Convince Top Healthcare Executives to Relocate

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Unless the healthcare executive is willing and ready to relocate, convincing them to move for a new job is one of the toughest tasks any HR manager or recruiter will ever undertake. It can be an uphill battle with many forces conspiring against your success, including the fact that almost 90 percent of Americans have Read More

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