Across the U.S., urgent care centers (UCCS) are cropping up in record numbers, with no foreseeable end in sight. That’s what drove The Inline Group, a premiere matching source of physicians and advanced practitioners across the U.S., to publish a comprehensive urgent care recruiting manual: Recruiting and Retaining Talent into an Urgent Care Center.
“The urgent care industry is growing so rapidly that the time has come for them to have resources dedicated to their needs,” said Inline Group President Kelli Mulloy. “Our experience in urgent care and candidate sourcing works so well for our clients that we wanted to share
Millennials! They get a bad rap for being slacker employees, as you’ve no doubt seen in various parody videos on the internet. But the fact is, these bright, young, tech-savvy men and women have a lot to offer—and they’re our country’s next wave of physicians. Learn the ins and outs of recruiting residents at 1 p.m. CDT on Thursday, June 9, during our free “Top Trends in Resident Recruiting” webinar, hosted by Barbara R. Tamberlane of Execu|Search.
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As Senior Managing Director of Physician Recruitment at Execu|Search,
More than ever, Americans are searching for jobs on their phones. According to a Glassdoor survey, 89% of U.S. job seekers use a mobile device at some point during their job search. We’ve noticed the trend at PhysEmp.com as well—in the last year, mobile traffic on our site has gone up 59%. In other words, physicians are increasingly using their smart phones to look for jobs.
So how do you write an ad that will really catch a candidate’s attention while they’re in the break room, riding home on the bus, or getting ready to doze off at night? The key
Writing ads to advertise your open physician jobs is a fine art. You only have a few seconds to catch a physician candidate’s attention because, let’s face it, physicians search for jobs on the go. So what’s the key to ensure you pique their curiosity? It’s all in the details.
More is More
The more information you provide in your job posting, the better.
Imagine you’re hungry for Italian food and you end up on a street that has two nice-looking restaurants—one with no menu posted outside, and one with a menu posted that lists an inviting array of salads, pasta, pizza, risotto,
Much has been written about the earnings of physicians. But how much revenue are they, in turn, generating for their affiliated hospitals? For the answer, take a look at the 2016 Merritt Hawkins Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey.
In this survey, Merritt Hawkins data analysts tracked the net revenue brought in by 18 different types of primary care physicians and specialists. As you can see, the average for all specialties is currently around $1,560,688 per year (that’s up from $1,448,136 in 2013). On average, specialists generate a bit more income for their affiliated hospitals (no surprise there) at $1,607,750, whereas primary care
This blog is powered by PhysEmp—a thriving physician job board—and we’re independently owned. Here’s why that’s important for you as an employer.
These days, many MD job boards out there are owned by physician recruiters. So, when you post your latest job opportunities with them, you could actually be in competition with the owners of the site!
PhysEmp, on the other hand, is not recruiter-owned. Our number one goal is to help you to find the right candidates for your open positions—never to compete with you. Our founder and CEO, Robert Truog, is a former recruiter who understands recruiters’ needs and seeks