Industry Insights with Cejka Search

The Healthcare Recruitment Industry’s Authority on Hiring the Best Physician, Executive, and Advanced Practice Talent

From nationally recognized industry forums like the Medical Group Management Association’s (MGMA) Annual Conference Innovations Pavilion to local healthcare group association meetings like the Indiana Society of Physician Recruiters (INSPR), Cejka Search is frequently requested to provide insightful keynote presentations from our unique recruitment perspective, pioneering sourcing expertise, and in-depth understanding of healthcare human capital challenges and workforce solutions.

We are proud to serve as a long-standing partner with the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) in the quest to understand the unique dynamics of physician and advanced practice recruitment and retention; and the American Association for Physician Leadership® for its focus on physician executive compensation and emerging executive roles.

Cejka Search also serves in a faculty/advisory capacity to several national healthcare consulting organizations including those focused on physician wellness and its impact on patient satisfaction and financial outcomes.

Additionally, Cejka Search-authored studies, surveys, articles, white papers, case studies and media interviews are repeatedly featured in industry-leading publications like Modern Healthcare, Recruiting Physician Today, The Advisory Board, Healthcare Finance News, and more.

Read our latest healthcare recruiting thoughts and observations below or select a focus area to the side.

A Look at Employment Contracts for Orthopaedic Surgeons

Amidst the rise of hospital employment of physicians, unfolding reform policies and tightening reimbursement, medical practices need actionable data that can be used by practice managers and surgeons to help find, create and promote more beneficial practi

Tips for Successful Physician Recruitment in a Digital Marketplace

Today’s recruitment market is vastly different than it was just five years ago. The shortage of physician talent abounds and demand for healthcare services is on the rise. In addition, healthcare reform focused on well care and value-based reimbursements

HealthCare Employers’ 2015 Plans Include Temps, Wage Increase!

Good news … a recent Staffing Industry Analysts articlecontinues to support a very positive outlook for the healthcare recruitment industry in 2015.However, with a strengthening industry, the available candidate pool will only continue to tighten. I remai

Patient No-Shows: A New-Age Approach to an Age-Old Problem

No-shows. When patients miss appointments, it can cost healthcare organizations millions of dollars annually or private practice physicians perhaps as much as $500 or more per missed visit. Not to mention the gaps in scheduling, and the workday. While thi

Why Hospital Success Depends on Succession

Health care reform has exacerbated an already pressing issue for hospitals and healthcare systems across the U.S. – the lack of a robust pipeline of leadership talent. Unique industry challenges, including aggressive consolidation, cost containment burden

Clinical Background a New Requirement for Hospital Leadership?

New healthcare reimbursement and delivery systems mean more clinicians have a career path that leads to the top of the organizational chart. While the majority of hospitals today do not have physicians at the helm, more and more doctors and nurses are tak

Solving Healthcare’s Risk-Sharing Riddle: Hospitals Turn to Physician Leaders for Answers

As a consultant to health care executives on organizational design, the number one priority I hear from my clients these days is finding physician leaders capable of implementing change across their organization. If you wonder why physician leaders as opp

Three ways to cut audit management costs: Leading health systems speak out

According to the American Hospital Association’s RAC Trac survey for the fourth quarter of 2013, 68 percent of hospitals reported spending more than $10,000 managing the RAC process, while 50 percent spent more than $25,000 and 12 percent spent more than

Physician Assistants Key Component of Value-Based System

A new survey released by the American Academy of Physician Assistants, takes a temperature check on Americans’ perception of physician assistants (PAs) as health care providers. The study, conducted by Harris Poll, included responses from 680 people who p

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