ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Hiring and firing
In an era of patient-centered medical homes and value-based care, the old approach to physician orientation just doesn’t cut it.
A sense of fair play and a carefully drawn buy-sell agreement can make the addition of a partnership-track associate a success for everyone involved.
Your practice can hire the best candidates by knowing its needs and anticipating theirs.
Following clear guidelines will help you handle this sensitive situation efficiently and professionally.
Medical assistants can be versatile and valuable additions to family medicine practices.
Three developments predict a positive trend in job opportunities.
Choosing the best candidate for your staff depends a lot on selecting the right interview questions.
Begin by understanding what makes them tick.
Find out how one group created an orientation program that assimilates new doctors more quickly and creates an increased sense of loyalty.
An on-site interview is your opportunity to assess how well your values and those of a potential employer align.