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A Key Strategy to Reduce Healthcare Costs

30 October, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
One way to cut costs in healthcare is to work on improving talent acquisition processes. A bad hire is enormously costly, whether it is in the executive office or at the patient’s bedside. Read more»

Dysfunctional Recruiting, Clinic Management Adds To Healthcare Costs

10 September, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
A valued CEO colleague and friend recently shared an amazing story. A multi-specialty clinic that is located adjacent to his 140-bed community hospital had recruited more than 40 physicians over the past ten years, an impressive number given the rural nature of the community. Unfortunately, 30 of the 40 left the practice and the community. Others are on the verge of calling the moving van... Read more»

Onboarding For Physicians: An Overlooked Opportunity

9 September, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
Onboarding For Physicians: An Overlooked Opportunity This post is the final installment in a series of columns on Onboarding, the process of acquiring, accommodating, assimilating, and accelerating new team members, whether they work within the organization or, in the case of physicians in private practice, are independent contractors. Today’s question is why would a health system or hospital invest in onboarding a Read more»