Untitled Document

Webinars

ASPR provides live and on-demand webinars to help members keep current with developments within the in-house physician recruitment industry.

View past webinars (members only)

On-Demand Webinars:

Fellowship Certification Program: Physician Recruitment 101

Date: On-Demand Webinar Series available anytime
Presenters: Various
Cost: Members/$400; Non-members/$625

The ASPR Physician Recruitment 101 Module, the first course in the Fellowship Certification Program, is available as an on-demand webinar series which includes six individual webinars lasting approximately an hour to an hour and a half each. The webinar series provides you with access to the on demand webinars as well as downloadable presentations and supporting documents for a period of 120 days from registration. The Associate exam fee is included in your registration fee, but the exam must be taken within one year of registering for the webinar series.

Topics include:

  • Getting Organized for Recruiting
  • The Magic of Sourcing
  • Screening Candidates: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
  • Impressive Interviews: Rolling Out the Red Carpet
  • Immigration Primer
  • Establishing a Recruitment Budget

Register Now

Fellowship Certification Program: Physician Recruitment 201

Date: On-Demand Webinar Series available anytime
Presenters: Various
Cost: Members/$400; Non-members/$625

The ASPR Physician Recruitment 201 Module, the second course in the Fellowship Certification Program, is available as an on-demand webinar series which includes six individual webinars lasting approximately an hour to an hour and a half each. The webinar series provides you with access to the on demand webinars as well as downloadable presentations and supporting documents for a period of 120 days from registration. The Diplomate exam fee is included in your registration fee, but the exam must be taken within one year of registering for the webinar series.

Topics include:

  • Provider Compensation & Incentive Plans
  • Advanced Practice Provider Recruitment
  • The Offer: Selling it – Closing it – Keeping it Closed
  • Relocation Policies: Rules of the Road
  • Onboarding: Welcome to the Team!
  • Retention Matters

Register Now

Fellowship Certification Program: Physician Recruitment 301

Date: On-Demand Webinar Series available anytime
Presenters: Various
Cost: Members/$400; Non-members/$625

The ASPR Physician Recruitment 301 Module, the third course in the Fellowship Certification Program, is available as an on-demand webinar series which includes six individual webinars lasting approximately an hour to an hour and a half each. The webinar series provides you with access to the on demand webinars as well as downloadable presentations and supporting documents for a period of 120 days from registration. The Fellowship exam fee is included in your registration fee, but the exam must be taken within one year of registering for the webinar series.

Topics include:

  • Physician Contracts and Stark/Anti-Kickback Regulations
  • Medical Staff Development Plans
  • Utilizing Benchmarks to Optimize Operational Efficiency
  • Immigration: In-depth Legal How’s and Why’s
  • Benefit Plans: Terms, Trends, and Tips
  • Human Resources for Provider Recruitment

Register Now


Upcoming Webinars:

How to Analyze and Use ASPR Benchmarking Survey Results

Date: April 23, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Shelley Tudor, Clinical Recruiter, Humana, Inc.
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

There is a wealth of valuable information available in the ASPR In-House Physician Recruitment Benchmarking Report, are you tapping into and utilizing it to its fullest? Have you participated in the survey or purchased the report, but don’t know how to use the Searchable Results analysis tool? This webinar will show you step by step how to use the Searchable Results tool in the Benchmarking Portal to select data that is most valuable to you and explain how to use that data in your everyday work. Learn how to filter the data based on various and relevant demographics, understand what the data is telling you, and use that data to make constructive improvements in how you conduct your recruitment processes within your department and organization.

Register Now

Pay for Performance – Impact on Hiring for Quality

Date: May 28, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenters: Greg Schoen, M.D. (Family Medicine); Chair, Physician Compensation for Fairview Health Services; Lynne Peterson, Director, Physician Recruitment-Fairview Health Services
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

You’ve probably been hearing a lot lately about pay for performance and the importance of quality with respect to reimbursement. Perhaps your organization is considering or in the process of implementing a compensation model based on pay for performance. What metrics are used in pay for performance models? How does quality play into compensation?

With quality being highly emphasized, it has become imperative that physician recruitment departments incorporate new processes to address this priority. How do you recruit for quality? How do you assess candidates differently during the interview to ensure that you will hire physicians that will be focused on quality? This session will discuss various physician compensation models with particular focus on pay for performance. Presenters will also discuss tips on how to interview and recruit physicians that will focus on quality resulting in improved clinical care and overall organization performance.

Register Now

Fit Happens: How to Build the Culture You Need to Recruit and Retain Physicians

Date: June 25, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenters:Dan Whitlock, MD, MBA, Physician Wellness Services;
Vivian Luce, MBA, Regional Vice President, Cejka Search
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

In this era of healthcare reform and physician shortages, medical practices can't afford to ignore what physicians need to be satisfied and successful within a practice. In their groundbreaking survey on Organizational Culture, Physician Wellness Services and Cejka Search found that cultural fit is critical to physician satisfaction—and clearly influences their decisions around current and future job and practice opportunities. Learn how your organization can use cultural fit in creating more effective retention, recruitment and onboarding programs that result in decreased turnover, higher engagement and morale, and more satisfied physicians.

Please join us as we discuss what is at stake and discuss the implications around retention, physician job satisfaction, team building and change in a reform era. We'll share ways that you can set a new path for your organization around culture, as well as best practices around institutionalizing cultural fit through your retention, recruiting and onboarding activities. In addition, we'll provide a list of behavioral interview questions which can help you better assess cultural fit with physician candidates, and the executive summary of the Organizational Culture survey results.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the implications of cultural fit around retention, physician job satisfaction, team building and change in a reform era.
  • Identify what your culture is and approaches to creating a culture that maximizes physician satisfaction and engagement
  • Learn best practices around institutionalizing cultural fit through retention, recruiting and onboarding activities.

Rural America: The Race to Recruit Physicians

Date: July 23, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Carrie Galbraith, Director of Recruitment, Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

Rural facilities often struggle to keep the pace with metropolitan areas in the race to recruit physicians. Though the basics of the recruitment process are the same, rural health policy, resources, and partnerships often take the recruitment process down a different course than metropolitan areas. Rural facility practice requirements, physician supply, and geography are often hurdles that can become race changers for rural facilities.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the rural competitive environment
  • Identify rural specific and industry standard recruitment tools
  • Overcome “obstacles” to rural recruitment

Stress Less! Know How!

Date: August 20, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Iris Grimm
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

Stress, tight deadlines, other people’s expectations, and challenging requests are just part of your daily job as a physician recruiter where you have little control over outcomes. But what you have control over is who you are being and how you respond to the circumstances; that is always your choice.

This webinar is designed to provide you with practical solutions that you can immediately apply to reduce your stress, increase your job satisfaction, and get more done.

Learning Objectives:

During this educational program, you will learn and discuss:

  1. The 3 main stress categories and the 3 simple response you have no matter what life and work throws at you
  2. Concrete solutions on how to control the following stressors:
    - Being asked to take on more responsibility or work
    - Frustrations with key stakeholders not doing their part during the recruitment process
    - How to leave stress at home while enjoying vacations and weekends.
  3. The importance of stress relief
  4. The most underutilized skill that solves every stressful situation

The Who, What, When and Why of Reporting to Administration

Date: September 24, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenters: Lauren Judd, Department Manager, Office of Physician Recruitment, Cleveland Clinic; Nathan Elting, Physician Recruiter, Office of Physician Recruitment, Cleveland Clinic; Michael Palinchik, Physician Recruiter, Office of Physician Recruitment, Cleveland Clinic
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

You put a lot of time and effort into filling positions, but are you getting recognized for your efforts and accomplishments? This is one of the reasons why reporting to administration is an integral part of physician recruitment. But who do you report to? What information do you report? When is the information presented and why is reporting so important? The presenters will discuss reporting tools and tactics that anyone can incorporate into their model of physician recruitment. Even if you don’t have a fancy database or tracking system, you can still create reports and present useful information to justify your role in the organization and show that you are the expert when it comes to physician recruitment. Presenters will share sample reports and also incorporate industry trends and benchmarks into the discussion to show how this information ties into what you report to administration.

Incorporating Telemedicine into Your Recruitment Plan

Date: October 22, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Crystal Peterson, Director, Physician Recruitment, Specialists On Call, Inc.
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

Telemedicine is fast becoming an important part of patient care in healthcare organizations across the country. It’s not limited to radiology coverage anymore! There are a variety of settings and physician specialties in which telemedicine may be utilized, all of which can have a critical impact on an organization’s medical staff development plan. This webinar will review how telemedicine can be integrated into your recruitment plan to address physician shortages, improve physician satisfaction among your current medical staff, and potentially provide additional income to your organization.

The presenter will review various telemedicine options including utilizing physicians within your own organization to provide services to outlying clinics as well as working with outside partners to provide needed services. Attendees will learn how to address malpractice insurance, credentialing/licensing, technology issues, and other critical items needed to implement telemedicine services within their organizations. The session will also provide tips on getting current medical staff buy in and acceptance of telemedicine. Whether you are at the provider or receiving end of telemedicine, this webinar will provide valuable information to prepare you to integrate this technology into your recruitment plan.

A New Day for Primary Care: Will Medical Schools Deliver the Goods

Date: November 19, 2014
Time:10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 p.m. ET
Presenter: Scott Shipman, MD, MPH, Research Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and of Community & Family Medicine, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice
Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

Primary care physicians top the list of searches for in-house physician recruitment professionals year after year. Healthcare reform and the aging of America continue to impact the demand for these physicians. Will our medical schools be able to produce enough physicians that want to go into primary care? This presentation will review current trends in medical school enrollment as well as trends in interest in primary care and service to underserved populations. The presenter will explore the many challenges the primary care workforce faces and discuss new models of primary care delivery. And finally, we will discuss the impact that these challenges and new models have on medical school and residency training.

Code of Conduct | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Sitemap | Update Member Profile


© 2013 Association of Staff Physician Recruiters. All rights reserved.

Per standard by the Payment Card Industry, ASPR has met the requirements of the Payment Card Industry-Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS). To view our compliance certificate, click here. Credit card processing on this website is secure and processed by Plug'N Pay, which meets credit card industry standards. When you are requested to enter your credit card information, you will be taken to a secure page.

Powered by YourMembership.com