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ASPR Weekly

March 20, 2012

ASPR Vendor Resource Guide

JASPR Feature: Health Quest Medical Practice’s Onboarding Program Proving Its Value

Webinar Next Week: Developing a Successful Physician Mentor Program

Question of the Week: Video Interviewing

ASPR Vendor Resource Guide

Don’t forget to use the ASPR Vendor Resource Guide! The Vendor Resource Guide is an online directory designed to help you search for vendors that provide products and services you may need to assist you in your job. This “Virtual Exhibit Hall” can be searched by service category and provides you with a summary of the vendor’s service or product and the vendor’s contact information. Some of the vendors offer special discounts to ASPR members. Details regarding these member discounts are provided in the search results when available.

The Vendor Resource Guide is a paid advertising opportunity. The Guide is not intended to be a comprehensive listing or to imply ASPR endorsement of a particular vendor. If you work with vendors who provide you with excellent services that are not listed in the Guide, please consider emailing their contact information to Jennifer Metivier, Executive Director, at

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JASPR Feature: Health Quest Medical Practice’s Onboarding Program Proving Its Value

Gina TruheBy Gina Truhe, AASPR, Onboarding Specialist, Health Quest, LaGrangeville, NY, and John Choi, MD, Division of Surgery, Health Quest Medical Practice

Dr. John Choi joined Health Quest Medical Practice in the summer of 2011 after completing a colorectal research fellowship at the University of Southern California. Dr. Choi had not yet practiced on his own and was joining two other surgeons who were also just out of training. Our challenges with onboarding were difficult, but not unique. We needed to acclimate a new physician to our hospital, medical practice and community. He would need to be educated about all aspects of working in a private practice (markedly different from an academic setting), and his practice would need to grow quickly.

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ASPR March Webinar: Developing a Successful Physician Mentor Program

Register today for this free webinar being held on March 28 at Noon CDT.

Date: March 28, 2012
Time:10:00 am PT / 12:00 pm CT / 1:00 pm ET
Presenters: Debbie Gleason, FASPR, Physician Development Administrator, The Nebraska Medical Center,
and Lee Meyer, Manager of Physician Recruitment & Credentialing, Dreyer Medical Clinic
Cost: Members/Free; Non-members/$99
1.5 hours CE credit

Is it time to develop a physician mentor program as part of your retention initiatives? Successful mentoring programs require proper understanding, planning, implementation, and evaluation. This webinar will address how to clearly define the goals of a physician mentor program and provide you with recommendations on what to do (and not do) in order to develop a successful program. Our speakers will address how to anticipate and overcome obstacles that could cause the program to fail such as lack of participation, no leadership involvement, unrealistic expectations, etc. Case studies will be presented to provide you with concrete ideas and examples to give you a jump start on developing your own physician mentor program.

Details and Online Registration

Question of the Week

We are looking for a few more responses to this week’s Question of the Week: Have you utilized video-enabled interviewing at your organization?

  1. Yes
  2. No, and I don’t intend to
  3. No, but I plan to in the near future

Answer the Question of the Week

Important Dates
ASPR Live Webinar Series — Developing a Successful Physician Mentor Program
Details and Registration
ASPR Live Webinar Series — The Doc Whisperer: the Art and Science of Engaging Physicians
Details and Registration
ASPR 2012 Annual Conference Begins

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