You’ve put the power of Doximity search to work and you’ve found some candidates who are right for your position. You’re ready to reach out to physician candidates via DocMail, but how are you going to craft a message that gets them to open, read, and respond?
Writing effective DocMail messages,
Physician recruiter's guide to DocMail messages
What’s the lifeblood of all medical specialties? Graduates fresh from medical residency training. They fill open positions created by physician turnover; they replace physicians retiring from the medical field; and they bring new ideas and the latest medical information. Most importantly, they are our best hope for filling the physician shortage – forecast to be 45,000 by 2020.
graduating medical residents,
medical residents using doximity
Reaching the right physician candidates requires employing the right tactics. One of the most powerful aspects of the Doximity Talent Finder platform is its search capability, which gives you the power to identify the right physician for your opportunity. Doximity DocPosts are supercharged job posts. They help physician recruiters target both active and passive candidates with precision—allowing you to connect with and hire the right candidates faster.
target candidates with precision,
supercharged job posts,
“What others say about you matters most” rings true in physician recruitment. While you use references to check up on candidates, professional testimonials can be just as advantageous for you. In fact, the physicians who work with you and your organization are your biggest assets, and using stories and testimonials from them is one of the best ways to connect with new candidates.
Forget about bedside manner. How is your physician candidate’s website manner? Yes, we’re talking about the widespread adoption of telemedicine – talking to your doctor via video chat or webcam – and it’s no longer the stuff of science fiction, it’s gone mainstream. In fact, many advocates are saying telemedicine is on par with a trip to the doctor’s office.
American Medical Association,
American Telemedicine Association,
Up until now, when searching on Talent Finder for physician candidates licensed in more than one state, you had individually select the specific states the physician was licensed in. However, as technology continues to make the world a smaller and smaller place and telemedicine and locum tenens career options become ever more popular, more and more physicians are getting licensed in more than one state.
In response to this, many of our clients have requested a better way to identify physicians with multiple state licenses. Today, Talent Finder is happy to announce the new multiple state license filter.
using Doximity talent finder,
Multi-state physician licensing,
Interstate Medical Licensing Compact
The physician employment landscape is shifting. More physicians are selling their private practices to become employees of hospitals and larger groups; and while it’s still important, compensation is no longer the only factor for physicians who are seeking new career opportunities. What do physicians look for when they're seeking a career change? Where are they seeking those opportunities?
physician career satisfaction,
Talent Finder’s powerful recruitment search engine is the best way to identify top physician talent. You can search for candidates in 40 specialties across all 50 states and there’s no limit to the number of Doximity profiles – digital CVs of physicians – you can view. You can also connect with candidates directly via secure, DocMail, Doximity’s proprietary messaging platform. If you’re using Doximity Talent finder to source and recruit physicians, none of this is new to you, but this tip might be new: are you harnessing the power of Doximity to perform last-minute research on candidates?
Whether you realize it or not, most of the purchases you make are likely the result of good branding. Take those adhesive bandages in your bathroom cabinet: did you buy the generic brand or the trademarked brand? Most of us don’t even recognize the term “adhesive bandages” – we know them as Band-Aids® – and we call them that (and purchase them) because of branding. A generic store brand may offer a nearly identical product, but there’s just something about the branded product that’s more appealing.
Doximity Recruiter Profile,
The passive physician candidate: he/she isn’t attending job fairs, scouring job boards, or sending out CVs, yet a whopping 76% of physicians are passive candidates—and they’re likely to be the best fit for your positions. Reaching them can be complex, but engaging passive candidates can transform your recruitment outcomes.
strategies for recruiting passive candidates,
networking to find top-notch candidates,
understanding passive job candidates,
creating a candidate-first experience