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Hiring and firing

July/August 2019 Issue
A New Approach to New Physician Orientation: Six Key Components [Feature]

In an era of patient-centered medical homes and value-based care, the old approach to physician orientation just doesn’t cut it.


Mar-Apr 2009 Issue
Tying the Partnership Knot: Making It a Win for Both Practice and Associate [Feature]

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.


Oct 2007 Issue
Recruiting and Retaining the Right Physicians [Feature]

Your practice can hire the best candidates by knowing its needs and anticipating theirs.


Nov-Dec 2006 Issue
How to Fire a Staff Member [Feature]

Following clear guidelines will help you handle this sensitive situation efficiently and professionally.


Apr 2005 Issue
What a Medical Assistant Can Do for Your Practice [Feature]

Medical assistants can be versatile and valuable additions to family medicine practices.


Apr 2005 Issue
Encouraging News About Family Physician Recruitment [Feature]

Three developments predict a positive trend in job opportunities.


Jun 2003 Issue
Questions You Should Ask When Hiring [Feature]

Choosing the best candidate for your staff depends a lot on selecting the right interview questions.


Mar 2002 Issue
How to Recruit New Residency Graduates [Feature]

Begin by understanding what makes them tick.


Apr 2001 Issue
Tailoring New Physicians to Fit Your Practice [Feature]

Find out how one group created an orientation program that assimilates new doctors more quickly and creates an increased sense of loyalty.


Jan 2001 Issue
Interviewing 101 [Feature]

An on-site interview is your opportunity to assess how well your values and those of a potential employer align.


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