Benchmarking Survey: How To Submit Your Data
The 2014 ASPR In-House Physician Recruitment Benchmarking Survey is open through the end of March. The Benchmarking Survey will collect 2013 recruitment data from in-house physician recruiters from across the country.
A common question we get every year is "How do I submit my organization's data?" Because organizations vary in size and number of searches, we have provided three ways for you to submit your data:
- Utilize the On-Demand Tracking tool which is available year-round, 24/7. This tool allows you to enter your search data at your convenience and automatically upload it into the Survey during the collection period. To learn more about the tool and how to use it, view this webinar.
- Upload your data using the import wizard, a handy tool for organizations that have a large number of searches. You simply need to start the wizard from the benchmarking survey portal and code your data as noted in each field. Tip: Using "find and replace” is an easy way to change your information from text to the required code.
- Enter your data directly into the survey tool during the collection period. We recommend this method for organizations that have a small number of searches.
All participants will receive the final report, an Organizational Benchmarking Report and access to the searchable data for free.
If you have other questions about how to submit your data or about the survey in general, you may submit your questions via the ASPR Benchmarking Survey Q&A Form and your questions will be answered via email.
Learn more about the Survey
Participate in the 2014 Survey
Purchase/Access the 2013 Final Report and Searchable Data
Congratulations to ASPR's Newest Fellow
Congratulations to Jeannie Green, FASPR, from The Mayo Clinic, for recently becoming certified as a Fellow of ASPR (FASPR)!
As a certified Fellow of ASPR (FASPR), you demonstrate to peers, employers and physicians your commitment to continuing education and excellence in the discipline of physician recruitment.
Are you interested in becoming certified as a FASPR? ASPR’s Fellowship Program is the most comprehensive, authoritative resource for individuals seeking to develop and test their skills and knowledge within a broad spectrum of topics including physician/provider recruitment, onboarding and retention, human resources and relevant legal issues.
Whether you are new to in-house physician recruitment or a seasoned veteran, there’s tremendous value in attaining Fellowship certification. We’ll provide an in-depth view of recruiting basics such as sourcing, screening and interviewing, as well as delve deeply into more advanced topics such as interpreting benchmarking metrics and understanding/ implementing medical staff development plans. This cost effective and affordable program provides invaluable firsthand information taught by experienced experts and provides you with resources, best practices, and cutting edge training specific to in-house physician recruitment professionals.
Get Involved in 2014!
If 2014 is the year you’ve decided to get involved, we encourage you to consider volunteering for ASPR. Volunteering can offer you a very rewarding experience! You’ll have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and acquire new skills and experience to add to your resume. Getting involved with a committee also provides you the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the country who have knowledge, skills and insight that may provide ideas and solutions to enhance your work within your own organization. And we’re pretty sure you’ll make some new friends along the way!
Our Volunteer Development Portal lists all of the current volunteer opportunities available. Check out the ASPR Volunteer Job Board for positions available right now or complete a Volunteer Match profile and we will send you opportunities that meet your interests. If you are ready to take an active role on one of our committees, you may sign up through the Volunteer Development Portal or contact a committee chair directly.
If you’re interested in getting involved and volunteering for your professional association, please contact Jennifer Metivier, FASPR. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Resource Library Featured Item: How to Communicate Your Value
If you need to develop a policy, procedure, form or presentation, don’t try to reinvent the wheel. Check the Resource Library first as one of your ASPR colleagues may have already shared something that you can re-purpose for your own use. The Resource Library also has excellent articles available to help in your career and leadership development. We encourage you to bookmark the Resource Library page so that when you are in need of one of these resources, you can easily find the information.
New for 2014, the ASPR Weekly will highlight a different resource each month that you may find beneficial in your day to day tasks. This month, we invite you to check out an article written by Richard Zeoli, "How to Communicate Your Value.” We often struggle with "tooting our own horns” but in today’s lean times, it is more important than ever to let our colleagues, stakeholders and c-suite know just how valuable the in-house physician recruiter is to an organization. Check out this article for tips to make your value known.
Do you have a resource you’d like to share? Please send documents that you feel may be helpful to your colleagues to the Resource Library Committee.