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Reducing Medical Practice Staff Turnover

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.

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If you decide to terminate a physician or other provider at your practice, here are three key things to keep in mind to help your remaining staff and patients.

Considering a change in employer? Here are four tips to get you started on the path to finding the right match for you.

If you're looking to hire a recent medical school grad for your practice, here are some things to help you and the new physician acclimate to the new environment.

Physicians can survive and thrive, professionally and financially, if they will leave the smooth operation of their practice to business professionals.

Usually, an employee leaving is bittersweet. But one recent departure was just bitter given the employee's behavior leading up to and following her resignation.

Don't make these small errors that cause many medical practices to miss out on promising candidates.

Though salary is an important factor for physician retention, money is not the only thing that matters. Here are a few other things physicians are looking for in a job.

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