Last year, more than 15 million Americans received some kind of medical care remotely, per The American Telemedicine Association and the industry is predicted to continuing growing in 2019.
Of course, practicing telemedicine requires a different set of skills than practicing traditional medicine and it’s important that physician recruiters are able to decipher this during candidate interviews. So next time you're interviewing a candidate for a telemed position, try to keep these questions in mind to help determine if your candidate is a fit:
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Do doctors want to be telemedicine providers?
Happy New Year from the Doximity Talent Finder team! We hope everyone had a wonderful, restful holiday season and are ready to rock your recruiting efforts in this new year!
Doximity has come a long way to become THE professional online medical network. We had a lot of highlights in 2018, and here are a few that we're particularly excited to share.
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It’s a well-known fact that health officials are projecting a severe shortage of health care professionals over the next decade, but 2019 is looking bring for Nurse Practitioners (NPs) - and their recruiters.
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The new year is quickly approaching, meaning final year residents will soon be embarking on their last semester of training and preparing to join the workforce. While this is an exciting time for graduating residents and physician recruiters alike, recruiters are facing a more challenging and competitive landscape to reach this group than ever before.
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The physician employment landscape is shifting. More physicians are selling their private practices to become employees of hospitals and larger groups. In fact, 2016 marked the first year ever in which less than half of practicing physicians owned their own practices. 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?
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The holiday season is officially among us. With that comes holiday vacations, and for many, staycations. But just because your candidates might not be in the office doesn’t mean you should halt your recruiting efforts until the new year. In fact, we see high engagement from clinicians around the holidays because they are often taking time off of work. Here are a few tips from Doximity Talent Finder's Client Success Team on how to turn the holiday weeks into some of your most productive of the year.
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Physicians play a central role in delivering care, and in today’s market – where a crisis of medical talent looms large – physician recruiters need an accurate view of how physicians are compensated.
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There’s an epidemic in U.S. healthcare: physicians are stressed and burned out. According to The American Journal of Medicine, physician burnout increased from 45.5 percent to 54.4 percent between 2011 and 2014.
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As a physician recruiter, you know well that graduating residents are in HIGH demand. New job openings in most specialties far outpace the number of new residents who are looking for jobs, and these candidates are no strangers to unsolicited job offers – which means your recruitment must be on the mark.
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The majority of physicians aren’t actively seeking new career opportunities, but that doesn’t come as a surprise to most physician recruiters. Physician shortages abound, and increases in the number of new physicians entering the workforce remain modest, so you’re tasked with sourcing quality physicians from a limited pool of candidates. In fact, you’re tasked with recruiting experienced physicians who are not even looking for a new position!
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