The growing shortage of primary care physicians, which is projected to reach 35,600 by 2025 according to the Association of American Medical Colleges, is creating extraordinary competition among healthcare organizations seeking to hire internal medicine..
Healthcare organizations are looking for expanded skill sets in one of the most resource-constrained employment markets in decades. The result is fierce competition for top healthcare talent, and growing demand for recruitment & succession planning...
Healthcare leaders are trained to make thoughtful physician hiring decisions – carefully screening and interviewing potential staff. But in a resource-constrained healthcare market, especially in skills like Primary Care, it is just as important for...
The national physician shortage has not only boosted salaries and signing and relocation bonuses, it has also increased family medicine physicians' hiring expectations, according to a recent survey from Cejka Search.
Just how tight is the labor market for family medicine physicians? Consider these facts: the primary care physician gap will grow from 12,000 to 31,000 by 2025! Download our latest paper to learn more about successful strategies for attracting family...
Many healthcare organizations that have started to successfully transition to a value-based system have an organizational building block in common: their physician and administrative leaders are aligned on common goals and collaboratively work to achieve
As the push to pay for healthcare quality, not quantity accelerates, CMS has released core quality measurement sets aimed in part at reducing the variability and burden of data collection on doctors and facilities. The result of a collaborative effort be
In some parts of the country, you have to get up early to recruit an orthopedic surgeon—at least 18 to 24 months early.
Sadly, physician burnout is becoming an increasing problem in American health care, with more than half of doctors reporting signs of burnout in a recent survey by Mayo Clinic and American Medical Association researchers.
Despite the perception that physicians and hospital administrators usually butt heads, the 2016 Cejka Search Healthcare Perspectives study found the two categories of healthcare workers have close alignment on both the highest and lowest priorities for ca