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ASPR Weekly - February 11, 2014
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How Does Your Compensation Compare?

Welcome Lauren Judd – Surveys Project Leader

Take Advantage of ASPR Membership Group Discounts

Congratulations to ASPR's Newest Fellow

Professional Development Resources Featured Item: Keep a Clear Desk


How Does Your Compensation Compare?

http://aspr.org/associations/10362/files/Man_w_graphs.jpgCompensation information and much more can be available at your fingertips if you participate in the 2014 ASPR In-House Physician Recruitment Benchmarking Survey!   In-house physician recruitment professional’s compensation data is available in the final report and can be broken down by education, years of experience and several other factors.  The physician recruiter compensation data in our Survey is validated by participating human resource departments, which means that your HR department is much more likely to accept it as independently verified and reliable.

Compensation is only one piece of this important Survey – participate today and gain free access to important statistics on the number of searches conducted per recruiter, time to fill positions, interview to hire ratios, successful sourcing methods and much more!

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to contribute to the industry’s only independent survey of in-house physician recruitment professionals.  Greater participation rates provide increased usefulness and significance to the data for your individual organization and to the healthcare industry at large.

The Benchmarking Survey is open through March 31!

Learn more about the Survey

Participate in the 2014 Survey

Purchase/Access the 2013 Final Report and Searchable Data


Welcome Lauren Judd – Surveys Project Leader

http://aspr.org/associations/10362/files/Lauren_Judd-headshot.jpgASPR is pleased to welcome Lauren Judd to a new role on the ASPR Leadership Team - Survey Projects Leader. In her role with ASPR, Lauren will be responsible for the oversight, implementation, marketing and dissemination of various ASPR surveys, as well as the production of final reports.  In addition to the ASPR Benchmarking Survey and Report, ASPR will be conducting several other surveys throughout the year, including physician compensation and benefits, advanced practice provider compensation and benefits, member satisfaction, recruiter activities and work life balance, recruiter educational needs, and recruiter compensation and benefits.

Lauren joined the Cleveland Clinic Office of Physician Recruitment in 2008 and currently heads up the advanced practice provider recruitment team and serves as the Department Manager. She holds a bachelor's degree in Health Administration from Ohio University and an MBA with a concentration in Health Administration from Cleveland State University.


Take Advantage of ASPR Membership Group Discounts

http://aspr.org/associations/10362/files/Save-green-button.jpgDon’t forget about the ASPR membership group discounts!  ASPR developed a group discount structure so organizations with a team of in-house physician recruiters may save money on ASPR membership. The details of the program are as follows:

  • 1-5 members – organization pays regular membership dues
  • 6-10 members – organization pays $1,650 flat rate
  • 11-20 members – organization pays $3,025 flat rate
  • 21-40 members – organization pays $5,775 flat rate
  • Programs for larger organizations may be developed on an individual basis

Visit the ASPR website for more details. If your organization is interested in taking advantage of the group discount program, please contact Member Services at 800-830-ASPR. The more members you sign up, the better the deal!


Congratulations to ASPR's Newest Fellow

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Congratulations to Monica Young, FASPR, St. Mary’s Good Samaritan Clinic, Mt. Vernon, Ill., 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 first-hand information taught by experienced experts and provides you with resources, best practices, and cutting edge training specific to in-house physician recruitment professionals.

Learn more.


Professional Development Resources Featured Item: Keep a Clear Desk

http://aspr.org/associations/10362/files/Leadership-Learning.jpgYour boss walks into your office looking for a file that he needs for a meeting starting in 30 minutes. You spend the next 25 minutes wildly searching through piles and piles of documents on your desk until you finally locate it – just in the nick of time!

If this sounds familiar, you may be someone who is just too busy to file things away in a timely manner. However, you will waste far more time searching for something because it isn’t in its "proper place” than you will spend keeping things a bit more orderly. David Horsager shares three fail-safe methods to keep your workspace free of the clutter in his article "Keep a Clear Desk.” Spending a few minutes each day, week or month following his advice will help you keep a clear desk.

If you happen to be very tech-savvy and have gone "paperless,” Horsager’s tips may still be helpful. Try to handle email as soon as it arrives and delete it when action is no longer required. "Tickler files” can be created in your electronic calendar – set reminders for times to follow-up with candidates or vendors. And spend one day a month cleaning out your hard drive – removing files you may no longer need and making sure things are filed properly.

You will find Horsager’s article with our other Professional Development Resources - recommended articles, books and websites to assist you in developing your leadership skills. The current list of resources includes topics like conflict resolution, the future of healthcare, controlling your destiny, how to influence people and more.   If you have a professional development item you would like to share, email it to Maddie Wagner, FASPR.

Important Dates
FEB
26
Webinar: Screening Candidates and the Law

MAR
26
Webinar: Coaching for Successful Interviews


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