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|ASPR Weekly - October 13, 2015|
2015 ASPR In-House Physician Recruitment Benchmarking Report Now Available
On behalf of the ASPR Benchmarking Committee and Board of Directors, we are pleased to present the 2015 ASPR In-House Physician Recruitment Benchmarking Report. In addition to the downloadable report of the survey findings, several online tools are available including:
All survey participants receive free access to the downloadable report, your Organizational Benchmarking Report, and all online resources. The report and resources are also available for purchase by non-participants. Discounts are available when purchasing the 2015 report in conjunction with reports from previous years.
Use the report and online tools to analyze the nearly 5,000 physician and advanced practice provider searches conducted in 2014 by 126 healthcare organizations across the country. The data will allow you to easily see how your organization compares to others and will give you in-depth knowledge to be an expert resource on physician recruitment to your administration.
Our sincere thanks to Jennifer Feddersen, ASPR VP Research, Shelley Tudor, Outgoing ASPR VP Research, and Suzanne Anderson, Project Manager of Benchmarking for all their hard work on this important resource.
Date: October 21, 2015
1 hour CE credit
This presentation will provide physician recruiters the tools to develop a LEAN mindset about the recruitment process. The way you source candidates, brainstorm your plan of attack, communicate with candidates and recruitment managers and how you decide who the best candidate is for the job will never be the same again. You will learn to be passionate all over again about your job and your organization!
This presentation is about utilizing LEAN processes and methodology to enhance your physician recruitment process. The audience will learn to use LEAN thinking to accomplish the following:
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