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Ten Interview Questions to Ask for the Best Medical Staff

Ten Interview Questions to Ask for the Best Medical Staff

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Though physicians provide the services for which patients visit a medical clinic, support staff members managing logistics for the front and back of the house are the ones keeping the practice running on a day-to-day basis so that patients receive the highest quality care.

Building the best support staff for a medical practice is no easy feat. Staff members need to have the right mix of hard and soft skills to care for patients' needs and efficiently complete their work tasks while fitting in well with the overriding company culture. Hiring managers need to work hard to find people with the perfect balance of professionalism and personality, tenacity and tenderness, plus energy and empathy.

Hiring the perfect selection of people who are enthusiastic and committed to the practice's mission and vision can build a support staff structure that will be in place for many years to come.

Here are some of the best questions to ask to do just that.

To view the slideshow presenation in PDF format, click here.

Source: 
Physicians Practice

Comments

These are great questions. Usually there is a link to download the slides. Did I miss it somewhere?

R @

R:
Thanks for your feedback / question.

We've found that the majority of visitors access the slideshow vs. the PDF, so did not post a download link with this presentation. If you'd like the PDF, feel free to e-mail me at: keith.martin@ubm.com and I'll send it your way.

Keith L. Martin
Physicians Practice

Keith @

When you hover over the picture, there are arrows to click to show the questions

Tony @

I really appreciated these questions. I especially appreciated what you were looking for with the question and why. While I have used situational interviewing before (and it tells you so much about the person), your first question is insightful and very interesting.
Thank you for the article. And Thank you to the people who asked where the questions were so I could easily find them.

Cheryl

Cheryl @

Nice teaser. It also would be nice if the questions were there that we open the article to read. We already know why we need good staff.

Does anybody read your comments?

Sheila @

Put your mouse over the main image; arrows will appear and you may then scroll through the questions.

Jeff @

click on the middle right side of the slide to advance

Patricia @

I can't find the information either,

David @

I don't know how to get the 10 questions you speak of....it's missing from thisnpage

Nancy @

Nancy - put your mouse over the main image; arrows will appear and you may then scroll through the questions.

Jeff P.

Jeff @

I don't know how to get the 10 questions you speak of....it's missing from thisnpage

Nancy @

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