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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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You want your new medical practice staff members to create a great first impression with the rest of the staff and physicians. Here's how to help.

As immediate past president of the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants, physicians often ask me how PAs can help their practices. Here's what I say.

In most health systems there is a very important gatekeeper — the physician recruiter. Here are six ways to impress him.

medical staff performance review

Many medical practices hold 90-day performance reviews with new staff. Here are five tips to help ensure these evaluations lead to positive outcomes.

A recent survey reveals that physicians who leave employment for private practice are happier than those that leave private practice for employment.

Here are six strategies to help practices and hospitals come together whether they are seeking to merge operations or simply enhance their working relationship.

Welcoming a new physician to your practice goes beyond credentialing and orientation. It also includes marketing, integration into the team, and mentoring.

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