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2017 Recruiting Incentives Review now available
It is a pleasure to announce that Merritt Hawkins’ 2017 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives now is available to healthcare executives and others who follow physician recruiting trends.
Now in its 24th year, the Review is the definitive national benchmarking resource detailing the starting salaries, signing bonuses, production bonuses and other incentives currently being used to recruit physicians. In addition to a wide range of compelling data, the Review includes a detailed analysis of the demographic and social factors shaping the physician recruiting market today.
Structuring an effective physician interview:
Merritt Hawkins, the nation’s leading physician search firm, addresses that question in a new white paper entitled, Structuring an Effective Physician Interview. The white paper examines the steps that must be completed before the interview takes place to ensure that the interview itself is a success. It also details appropriate questions to ask during the interview, how time during the interview should be spent, and how to ensure the candidate’s timely response.
Demonstrating Community Need for Physicians
Merritt Hawkins, the nation’s leading physician search firm, has completed a new white paper entitled, Demonstrating Community Need for Physicians. The white paper examines why hospitals, medical groups and other healthcare organizations should consider completing a physician needs assessment plan. It also details the common elements of such plans and includes various physician-to-population ratios that can help healthcare facilities to determine their physician needs.
Merritt Hawkins Thought Leadership Resources:
In addition to providing physician search and consulting services, Merritt Hawkins, an Endorsed Business Partner of the SDAHO, generates data and analyses that have become standard benchmarks and reference points for health care professionals throughout the county. These resources are developed both in order to provide Merritt Hawkins associates with the information they need to be effective in the market place, and to help inform fellow health care professionals regarding trends in the health care staffing market. Third parties such as federal government entities, non-profit groups, and universities now retain Merritt Hawkins to conduct thought leadership projects on their behalf. Referenced in media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Fortune, Forbes, and many others, this information is derived from various surveys, white papers, educational programs, articles, and other sources.