Consider Recruitment Fees in Relation to ROI

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The biggest concern about utilizing the services of staffing and recruiting agencies is the risk versus return. It’s a question every client asks us; how do we measure our return on investment in your work? We typically share some of the metrics to look for in a recruitment agency, as well as how UHC Solutions Read More

FQHC Salary Outlook for 2020

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It’s no secret that physician and nurse recruitment is growing more competitive. FQHCs will continue to feel the crunch of these numbers as they seek to capitalize on a declining candidate pool. What will the salaries of FQHC clinicians be like in 2020, and how will these facilities continue to compete with larger health systems Read More

2020 Healthcare Predictions, As Told by Healthcare Executives

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Technology has been disrupting all industries for the past decade. In 2020, technology trends will continue to drive unprecedented changes in healthcare, as in other industries. At UHC Solutions, we’re paying close attention to this digital transformation. Here’s what healthcare leaders can expect next year regarding the technology trends affecting our clinical teams and the Read More

Is AI Impacting Executive Search Processes?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is coming. This smart, intuitive technology is already impacting your life in ways you’ve grown accustomed to. There are elements of AI in everything from your smartphone to your Amazon shopping. Over the next few years, AI will impact nearly every part of your life and work. Increasingly, the new realm of Read More

Take Proper Precautions: How to Prevent a Data Breach at Your Healthcare Center

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It’s a safe bet there isn’t a single IT manager left in the healthcare world that isn’t worried about a data breach. That’s because hacker attacks are the number one threat in the industry today. One study showed that IT departments in hospitals, healthcare systems, and ambulatory clinics are all at risk; five years of Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 Community Health Institute and Expo

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For clinicians and support staff working in community health, the 2019 Community Health Institute and Expo is the place to be in August. The event brings together community health providers in an educational setting that provides camaraderie, fun, networking and a host of best practices you can take back to your facility or use in 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

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

How to Build a Solid FQHC Talent Pipeline

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For healthcare organizations struggling to build a talent pipeline, some of the best advice can come from a staffing firm. Organizations like UHC Solutions can offer an unparalleled glimpse of the techniques we use to build candidate pipelines. It can feel like backbreaking work, especially for companies that don’t hire regularly. Recruiting takes a defined Read More

Why Should I Work for an FQHC?

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Healthcare is a healing profession. It naturally attracts people seeking to provide relief and comfort from illness. But the clinical teams that work at federally qualified health centers (FQHC) are a breed apart from those working in traditional healthcare facilities. That’s because FQHCs are, by nature, tasked with providing healthcare to underserved populations. If you’re Read More

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