[INSIDE!] How to Attract More Top-Level Talent to Your Practice

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How to Make Your Practice Enticing for Top-Level Talent

We know the competition is fierce for the best clinical and administrative talent. Smaller, rural, community-based, and independent practices often struggle to compete against their larger urban counterparts. However, in our experience, even the smallest practices can compete if they have the right strategies for recruiting, hiring, and training their teams.


Are You Ready for a New Job? Answer These Questions

If it’s been a while since you’ve conducted a job search, your resume, along with your interview skills, may be rusty or incomplete. Even for a highly credentialed nurse manager or doctor, the job search process can feel stressful. In many cases, you may not have the luxury of a slow job search while you’re still employed. Healthcare workers can be laid-off, too, and when this happens the inclination may be to immediately update your resume with generic information to get it on the market quickly.


What to Know About the 340B Drug Pricing Program

The positive link between prescription medications and healthcare outcomes is clear. Medication is an obvious tool of the trade for healthcare providers, but the cost of brand-name oral prescription drugs rose more than 9% each year from 2008 to 2016. The cost of injectable drugs rose annually by more than 15%. Total spending on prescription medications was $333 billion in 2017. However, in the community healthcare space, the 340B Drug Pricing Program can provide much-needed relief to combat spiking drug costs.


Why Community Health Centers Should Care About Value-Based Payment Methods

The move to value-based reimbursement has been a buzzword for a few years now, but these payment models are still new to many of us in the community healthcare field. Value-based care seeks to pay providers based on healthcare outcomes, not volume. How could this move from volume to value benefit community health centers?


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