July 3, 2012
Annual Conference: Early Bird Rates End July 11
Early bird discounts for the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference end on July 11. That's just over one week away! Register today and save $150 on your registration! Download the Annual Conference brochure and register today for the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference!
Annual Conference Sneak Peak – Roundtable Sessions
Join your colleagues in your choice of Roundtable discussions held Monday afternoon at the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference. This opportunity is designed for members to share experiences, ideas, and questions about topics of common interest in an informal, but facilitated discussion. The topics include everyday challenges that we all face as in-house physician recruitment professionals. Here is a list of topics you’ll be able to choose from:
- Successful E-Mail and Direct Marketing Campaigns
Terry Nugent, Medical Marketing Service
- Recruiting with “Green” Technology: Video, iPads and Smartphones
Angela Keen, Straub Clinic & Hospital
- Residency Programs: How to Get Your Foot in the Door
Emily Glaccum, FASPR, John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital
- How to Convince Leaders to Recruit in Advance of Need
Tom Siergey, The Vancouver Clinic, Inc.
- Screening Candidates to the “Nth” Degree
Marci Jackson, FASPR, Marshfield Clinic
- How to Negotiate Contracts with Recruitment/Locums Firms
Scott Manning, FASPR, District Medical Group
- Recruiting on a Shoestring Budget
Carrie Galbraith, Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network
- Uniqueness of Multispecialty Groups
Lee Meyer, Advocate Health Care
- ASPR Benchmarking: Inside the Report
Shelley Tudor, FASPR, Humana Clinical Resources
- Ethical Issues When Working with Recruitment Firms
Jake Shimansky, Home Physicians
- New to Recruiting? Bring Your Questions!
Laura Screeney, FASPR, North Shore-LIJ Health System
Download the Annual Conference brochure and register today for the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference! Early Bird Rates End July 11!
Annual Conference Scholarship Winners
ASPR is pleased to announce the 2012 ASPR Annual Conference Scholarship winners! The Scholarship Committee received many excellent applications and had a difficult time with their selection. The winners of this year’s scholarship will receive a free registration to the ASPR Annual Conference, free registration for one Fellowship Certification Program Module, and reimbursement for travel and hotel expenses for the conference. This year’s winners are:
- Jill Albach - Baltimore Washington Medical Center – Glen Burnie, MD
- Kara Balliet - St. Joseph's Medical Group – Phoenix, AZ
- Nicole Kelley - Penobscot Community Health Care – Bangor, ME
- Stefanie Maloney - Advanced Correctional Healthcare – Peoria, IL
JASPR Feature – Physician Retention: It all Begins with Recruitment
By Laura Screeney, FASPR, Corporate Director, North Shore-LIJ, New York
Physician turnover: It’s the term that makes hospital administrators shake, scheduling managers nervous, patients anxious, and in-house physician recruitment professionals evaluate their strategies.
How can we prevent physician turnover? We can’t. Reduce it? We can. Here are 10 physician recruitment strategies that will help reduce turnover and improve retention:
July Webinar: How to Succeed at the Most Complex Recruitments
Date: July 25, 2012
Time: 10:00 am PT / 12:00 pm CT / 1:00 pm ET
Presenter: Judy Rosman, President, RosmanSearch
Cost: Members/Free; Non-members/$99
1.5 hours CE credit
Details and Online Registration
Recruiting candidates in high demand, particularly those with complex practices, such as neurosurgeons and stroke neurologists can be a difficult, complex recruitment. Learn how specialists evaluate their job opportunities and strategies for sourcing, reference checking and closing the deal with a great candidate.
This webinar will tell you everything you need to know to successfully recruit a hard to recruit specialist to your program. Judy Rosman will discuss how specialists evaluate job opportunities, how to locate and evaluate the critical data you need to best understand the available pool of candidates, the use of recruitment incentives, how to overcome obstacles typical in complex recruitments, and how to use a site visit to make sure that your candidate comes away wanting the job.
Question of the Week: Telemedicine
This week’s Question of the Week, Is your organization utilizing telemedicine technology?
- Yes – in radiology only
- Yes – in radiology and other specialties
- Yes – in specialties other than radiology
- I don’t know
Answer the Question of the Week
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