Hiring Firing

Retaining quality employees at your medical practice doesn't happen automatically. And high turnover hits your practice where it hurts most; reducing revenue. So, we've put together some tips to help you keep your best staff members where they belong - in your practice.

Also: we've all heard of exit interviews. But what about the reverse? Stay interviews give you a chance to speak with valuable staff members before they decide to move on to greener pastures.

Hiring Firing

To continue to attract and keep top-quality physician assistants on staff, private medical practices should consider three approaches.

Thoughtful offboarding of a locum tenens physician will ensure continuity of care for patients and maximize the financial benefit to your medical practice.

Investing time and attention in the medical practice staff hiring process reduces costs and boosts staff retention.

Physician assistants and nurse practitioners share what they look for in recruitment packages.

When it comes to supervising members of various generations at your practice, recognize the differences, but also strive to find common ground among staff.

As demand for part-time schedules increases among physicians, medical practices that don't offer flexibility will struggle with recruitment and retention.

Don't let fear hold you back from taking advantage of EHRs. Here's how to address common fears and how to find great EHR help.


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